Friday, October 9, 2009

'GREEN' LINKS

What makes up our world? Dive into this photo-mosaic portrait of the Earth to see it through the eyes of users like you. It's made up of hundreds of photos of the natural world, each submitted by users to My Shot. (Submit a photo) Move the yellow square over an area you would like to explore, click, and go. Double-click on an image to see more information about it. Keep clicking—and diving deeper into the Infinite Photograph—to get a truly boundless picture of Earth.

Click here to 'dive in': ngm.nationalgeographic.com/greenguide/infinite-photograph

More interesting links on the National Geographic site:
  • Click on the parts of this house to find surprising household carbon counts and easy- to- follow energy saving tips.



Video: Are plastics safe?

2 comments:

  1. Hi Chris..!!

    That's a realy interesting post!!! I was impressed by the infinite-photograph link...:-).
    Another thing that struck my interest and makes me seriously think about it, is the posted video concerning the plastic bowls.
    Now I have to consume all of my provisions daily...not bad..!!!
    I would say that's sound interesting...I have a precise excuse now...:-)

    see you Chris...

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  2. Hello to you, too!

    Well, I have no idea where this link came from, it must be a result of my extensive Internet research!! :-)

    Ooh, I admit it, thank you George for recommending such a wonderful site!

    As for plastics, you know what this video means... No more mummy's plastic bowls for you! Moreover, don't heat, cook or even store food in certain plastic containers!

    See you around the blogosphere, George!

    Christina

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