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Habana Outpost and Brooklyn Public Library host free back to school party for the parents and children of Brooklyn. Monday, September 1st 12-5pm

2008-08-23 | If you're like most parents, your kids are suffering from a slight case of the back to school blues. Good news! Habana Outpost and Brooklyn Public Library have just the thing to get your kids exited about the new school year!


Joli Bebe Organic showcasing their organic children's apparel at the KIDShow in Las Vegas, August 25-27, 2008

2008-08-22 | Joli Bebe Organic, a premier Organic Children's Clothing Line will be showcasing new lines at August Children's Apparel Trade show, KIDShow.


Progressive Rock Band Influenced by Gandhi Releases Songs Addressing World Issues

2008-08-18 | Using the power of song and the universal language of music, this unique band helps raise awareness and money for worthy charities fighting world problems.


Tesco report British Shoppers Shun Single-use Carrier Bags

2008-08-17 | Tesco has revealed the use of disposable plastic bags has dropped by 2 billion since August 2006


NEO-NEON LED PRODUCTS FEATURED AT THE BEIJING OLYMPICS

2008-08-17 | Neo-Neon Holdings Ltd. (HKEX.1868) announced today that its color-changing LED products are installed at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.


British Company TarpaulinsToGo Launches New Website

2008-08-11 | Summary: Tarpaulins-ToGo.co.uk has a long standing reputation of excellence, and while they have just announced the launch of a new website, their basic values of service, excellent prices, and quality tarpaulins has not changed at all.


Chartreuse Breaks the Mold of Reusable Shopping Bags

2008-08-10 | Chartreuse Introduces The Butterfly Shopping Bag, an Eco-Chic Purse with Six Reusable Totes


Solution to Eradicate Obesity from the Human Population and Ease the Upcoming Global Food Crisis

2008-08-08 | The WHO expects over 700 million people will be obese by 2015 and NPR calls the upcoming global food crisis a "silent tsunami." A new diet based on simple math and scientific research, The Pen and Paper Diet, addresses both of these issues simultaneously.


New Biodegradable Products to Treat Stormwater Runoff Announced by Washington State Company at StormCon Water Quality Conference

2008-08-07 | Construction contractors, home builders and managers of industrial sites finally have an affordable and completely environmentally responsible resource to meet today's stringent discharge standards thanks to ChitoVan LC, an innovative product launched nationally today by Cascade EcoSolutions.


NEW FIBC BAG REFURBISHING PROGRAM REDUCES COST AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Berry Plastics - Tapes and Coatings Division launches lifecycle processing for flexible intermediate bulk containers

2008-08-04 | Smart for companies, good for the environment, and logistically simple, Berry Plastics has crafted a program designed to extend the lifecycle of used FIBCs in good shape.


Universal Diet for Literate Adults Found

2008-08-04 | Math, a universal language, is at the basis for a new diet which allows people to eat or drink according to their religious or secular prohibitions, occupations, current diet or exercise programs, psychological state, financial status, or activity level.


Risks To Wild Bird Populations Mitigated By Artificial Nest Boxes

2008-08-02 | Declining populations of birds in North America is an on-going trend. Now, a new website offers a few simple solutions that can be implemented by the average homeowner. The site combines alternative nesting solutions with sound biology, free identification photos, and much more.


Selkie Software Launches Blog; "The Rising Tide: Tales from the Land of Selkie" is New Blog on the Block

2008-07-31 | Of all the blogs on the Internet these days, "The Rising TIde: Tales from the Land of Selkie" from Selkie Software stands out because of the eclectic collection of topics and writers featured on it.


What's Lurking in Your Granite Countertop Can Kill You!

2008-07-29 | In the present day, there's a very popular angle of "green." This is prevalent everywhere in the media. So what happens when you mix a scare tactic under the guise of environmental concern?


Two Major (Though Often Overlooked) Ways to Stretch a Tight Training Budget

2008-07-26 | One of the most vexing and persistent challenges facing many training directors is "the need to do more with less." Frank Troha, a long-time corporate learning and development consultant and university professor shares two often overlooked tips.


NEW Organic Wool Urban Hikers Walk the Talk

2008-07-23 | Maggie's Organics treads the path to foot nirvana with their enlightened new socks. Start every day on the right foot with Maggie's Organics new Urban Hiker socks, made with Certified Organic Wool. Maggie's Urban Hikers are the one-stop, go-to sock for anyone serious about foot comfort.


Building contractors William Skinner and Son's successful Staff Communications Day

2008-07-22 | Building contractors William Skinner and Son, based at their headquarters in Ayrshire, Scotland, and their Southern Office in Cambridge, England, have held their third successful annual Staff Communications Day in the Princess Royal Conference Centre at Ayr Racecourse.


Berry Plastics - Tapes and Coatings Division Launches FIBC Bag Refurbishing Program Refurbishing Reduces Container Cost and Environmental Impact

2008-07-21 | Berry Plastics Tapes and Coatings Divison's new flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC) refurbishing program offers bag owners a turn key solution to reduce their container costs.


G.W. Exotic Animal Park Announces Amazing white Lion Birth of Quintuplets.

2008-07-19 | Two normal lions give birth to first only report of 5 white cubs in one litter.


npower Business warns companies to reduce carbon emissions or face the consequences

2008-07-18 | npower Business is urging businesses to assess their energy management strategy in the face of growing regulatory and societal pressure or face being financially penalised