The Renewables: Thinkable is Doable


We live in interesting times. Amidst all-too-present proof of global warming, environmental degredation, energy insecurity and unstable food policies, awareness is rising. Momentum is building. Important changes are taking place. Take, for example, University of Maryland's Leaf House (shown above) from last month's Solar Decathlon and the burgeoning best-of-local movement that is connecting people with the land and farmers with consumers like never before.

In coming weeks, The Renewables: Thinkable is Doable will launch its Renewable Challenge so as to EDUCATE about issues, CREATE solutions, and CELEBRATE results.

In realms of renewable energy, agriculture and life, who did great things...and how? From Gregor Mendel (made peas), Mahatma Ghandi (waged peace), Helen Keller (saw possibilities) to Thomas Edison, Rudolph Diesel, Henry Ford, Marie Curie, Coretta Scott and Martin Luther King, Steven Jobs, Al Gore, Bette Midler and more...

How did they make their ideals real? How can you? And what kinds of rewards can be reaped for people and the planet by doing so -- from the power of being the change you want the world to see to...well all sorts of things!

Stay tuned! The Renewables: Thinkable is Doable is DUE SOON.

Brown...The New Green?!

FINALLY, the seaons are changing. It's Fall. BROWN is the new GREEN !!!