Pig Poop Power
Friday, 20 November 2015 18:36
Albany, Missouri, November 2015—Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) recently announced creation of a turnkey facility that would manufacture and inject large quantities of Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) into the national grid system.

The natural gas resource would come from one of the largest concentrations of finishing hogs in the Midwest, and will be operational by mid-2016. The announcement took place during an event at Ruckman Farm, one of the nine Smithfield Foods Missouri hog production facilities involved in what will become the largest livestock manure-to-energy project of its kind.
Breakfast Breads Arise!
Friday, 20 November 2015 18:27
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 2015—Family-owned Ozery Bakery combines a passion for artisanal baked goods with a drive for innovation and creativity.

Starting with little more than their Grandmother’s recipes, a business plan from college, a few after-hours experiments in the pizza ovens at Canada's Wonderland theme park, and a lot of gumption, the Ozery brothers developed a thriving business that is experiencing explosive sales and growth in the U.S. market.
Get Off The Phone!
Friday, 20 November 2015 17:58
San Francisco, California, November 2015—One hundred and thirty-four. That’s how many times people estimate they check their smartphones each day according to a national survey from Dignity Health, one of the nation’s largest health care systems. 
Stressed Millennials Tough it Out
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 19:41
Charlotte, North Carolina, October 2015—A new national poll released recently finds that while 84 percent of millennials are confident in managing their finances, 41 percent are “chronically stressed” about money. Furthermore, money stress tends to permeate all areas of their lives, affecting their emotional well-being, personal relationships, leisure activities, work performance, and overall physical health.

Only one-third (34 percent) of millennials feel “content” about their finances, while many are “anxious” (27 percent) and “overwhelmed” (22 percent). Still, despite these negative emotions, millennials haven’t necessarily lost confidence in their ability to manage money and say they feel confident because they know how to budget and manage their finances—ensuring good spending habits and building on their savings.
Democratic Candidates and The Environment
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 19:10
The U.S., October 2015—President Obama, with his recent push to join the world in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, will be a tough act to follow as regards restoring the environment. But each of the Democratic candidates has shown a willingness to continue fighting the green fight and working with industry and other nations to rein in emissions and promote sustainable development.
The GOP Versus the Environment
Friday, 20 November 2015 18:15
The U.S.A., November 2015—In recent decades, Republicans have certainly been far less sympathetic to environmental causes than Democrats, and this year’s batch of candidates for the party’s Presidential nomination is no exception.
Hot for the Holidays
Friday, 20 November 2015 17:42
Everywhere USA, November 2015—It seems that none of us can successfully get through a holiday without access to munchies. Here’s a fresh batch for you to consider, from GourmetGiftBaskets.com’s “popcorn engineers.”
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt Infused Caramel Popcorn in The Holiday Gourmet Popcorn Sampler & The Critic's Choice
Cinnamon Bun Popcorn in The Holiday Gourmet Popcorn Sampler
Pill Prompter
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 19:24
Everywhere USA, October 2015—Vitamins and minerals have a unique role to play in maintaining one’s health. Many try to incorporate vitamins into their daily routines, but oftentimes fail, because they simply forget.

Never again will you forget when to take your vitamin supplements with the new MedCenter Systems device. Now, you can keep track and avoid confusion about the proper dosage and timing for your vitamins and medications.

This system emphasizes the "Date" rather than "Day of the Week." Repetition of the "Date" helps ensure consistency, even if the user is unsure whether it is Monday or Tuesday.​ Millions of Americans don’t take their medicines correctly. Some simply forget, or are confused about when and in what amount to take them, or lack the personal organization necessary to carry out this simple, daily task.

Solid But Not Good
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 18:47
The Developed Nations, October 2015—The 20 billion tons of concrete produced around the world annually account for an estimated five to 10 percent of global carbon dioxide (CO²) emissions. Concrete is one of the most widely used materials in the world, and the energy-intensive process to create it is the third largest source of planet-warming CO². According to a 2012 study from Scotland’s University of Aberdeen, making a ton of concrete releases about a ton of CO² into the atmosphere. While the concrete industry has actually reduced its carbon emissions significantly, it still has a long way to go.
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