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The Future of Transportation

BP Oil Spill - BP rebranded

Eversince the BP oil leak issue, the evil of oil and its impact on the environment has become a hot topic again. As it is, there’s been extremely slow progress in the R&D of alternative power especially for vehicles.

It begs the question… have we been blinded by the promise of green technology for vehicles that we’ve forgotten to look back at the past for answers?

We already have vehicles that emit extremely small quantities of greenhouse gasses and doesn’t consume even a drop of gasolene. Let’s examine some of the models that you should consider as your next form of transportation.

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Going Green In 2008: Learn More About Eco Products

Let’s face it, the earth is not doing as well as she did a couple of decades ago. All the uncontrolled development we’ve done is taking its toll on mother nature. Although the politicians are still conducting hundreds of virtually useless talking shops each year, it’s time that we live a greener life. We should really consider swapping our wasteful products to environmentally friendlier eco products like those provided by

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Lenovo’s Products Are The Most Eco-Friendliest Says Greenpeace

Our favourite tree huggers have proclaimed Lenovo to be the most eco-friendly electronics firm, as reported by the BBC. On a related note; Apple Inc. was pissed that they only scored 2.7 out of 10 on the said Greenpeace report.

Who would have thought that an organisation which prides itself in producing hip and fashionable products like the accursed iPod could rank so low? Unsuprisingly, Apple had this to say (quoting the BBC article):

In response, Apple said in a statement: “We disagree with Greenpeace’s rating and the criteria.”

The company added: “Apple has a strong environmental track record and has led the industry in restricting and banning toxic substances such as mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium, as well as many brominated flame retardants.”

Well, that’s what they think… obviously Greenpeace doesn’t agree 🙂