rinking green tea could help in the fight against HIV, research suggests
Archive for March, 2011
A PUTTING GREEN, A DRIVING RANGE, OR JUST A WELL TRIMMED BACK YARD?
Synthetic grass is making quite an impression across America these days. You only need to Google reports on the number of high schools and colleges that are installing artificial turfs on their football and baseball fields to know that the stuff is pretty popular. Of course, the reason it’s popular is primarily to do with cost. Artificial turf is much more affordable than natural grass, not only when it comes to installation, but, perhaps even more importantly, when it comes to maintenance and use.
Go Green Kids
Go Green Kids is a national environmental educational initiative for children and school students aged 6 to 18 years, where we hope to develop and deliver practical and logical approaches toward aspects such as their daily green lifestyle, the environment, ecosystem, natural resources, global warming, pollution, eco-friendly tips, nature protection and conservation, as well as how children can contribute, support and inspire parents, elders, friends by adopting a green lifestyle, and in the process help preserve Mother Nature. The young children who are currently in schools will form the next generations and have the potential to be the change maker who bring about solutions and improvements to our current environmental situations. It’s stand for every individual’s natural dream to have a cleaner, greener tomorrow. The Go Green Kids initiative is mainly concerned with making children aware and helps in sensitizing their minds so that they may be proactive in caring for our environment.