The world largest floating solar farm, maybe try with Transparent Solar 🙂
A lot has been said recently about cutting down the amount of meat we consume as humans, here are some of the reasons why…
Posted by UNILAD on Donnerstag, 8. Oktober 2015
Millions over millions animals dying for nothing, most of the meat don’t reach the consumer, half is wasted on the way or because nobody buying it. It’s really not sustainable. Stop this nonsense!
Stop Drinking Cow Milk! Do Not Support Rape, Slavery and Murder!Watch this Video (not graphic)! Cow Milk Is Meant For Cow Babies Only!Kuhmilch Ist Für Kuhbabies, NICHT Für Menschen! Bitte Trinkt Keine Kuhmilch! Die Kuhmilch-Produktion Für Menschen Bedeutet Vergewaltigung, Sklaverei und Mord!
Posted by Animal First on Freitag, 6. Juni 2014
Milk is basic food, but think about mass consumption of sick cow milk or healthy milk in moderation, or alternatives like coconut milk etc.
Who needs thousands of millions milk products, think about the cows, which benefits they have from all the(ir) products?
Just a bit more information:
India’s 75 million dairy farms now produce more milk than all of the European Union: http://bit.ly/1SBXAlG
There could be more cows than humans, but you can handle this?
It all started with a vision for a better future for our children!We want to support the next generation to grow up in a better world with clean environment, renewable energy, sustainable building materials, healthy food, fuel and food pellets made by innovative resources like rice straw. Show some love and share this vision with us around the world. Help us to reduce the world hunger crisis and poverty with #education, #food, #renewables and #sustainable materials. Use #rice straw! @Rice Straw Energy, Rice Straw Building, Rice Straw Products,..If your plan is for one year plant rice. If your plan is for ten years plant trees. If your plan is for one hundred years educate children.Give a bowl of rice to a man and you will feed him for a day. Teach him how to grow his own rice and you will save his life. – ConfuciusRice Straw Power – Rice Straw Houses – Change Energy Info about Hans Lothar Köhl email: email@example.com
Posted by Rice Straw Power on Sonntag, 27. März 2016
Everything starts with an idea or a vision, so like the Rice Straw Power project. If you want a better future, show some love and share it around.
Welcome to the Rice Straw Power Project!
Welcome at the Rice Straw Power Project !Detailed information you can find get on the offical pages:Linkedin.com/in/ricestrawpower – Skype: ricestrawpowerThe project supports climate protection and prevents the air polluiton caused by rice straw open field burning. The facilities can produce heating and building materials from rice straw, so like fire protection plates and impregnated pellets. More details you can find on this page and on our other pages. Rice Straw Power – Rice Straw Houses – Change EnergyInfo about Hans Lothar Köhl email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Rice Straw Power on Donnerstag, 3. März 2016
The project supports climate protection and prevents the air pollution caused by rice straw open field burning. The facilities can produce heating and building materials from rice straw, so like fire protection plates and impregnated pellets. More details you can find on this page and on our other pages. Change Energy – Rice Straw Energy – Rice Straw Houses
Wakeboarding on the legendary Banaue Rice Terraces!
More awesome videos you can find on our channels and pages.
This is pretty awesome! Wakeboarding on the Banaue Rice Terraces!http://www.wheninmanila.com/brian-grubb-wakeskates-the-banaue-rice-terraces-the-eighth-wonder-of-the-world/"Respect for the environment was a priority from the beginning of this project! The team made certain that the plants and wildlife were neither damaged nor disturbed at any time during the event. All aspects were agreed with the locals, taking into consideration their traditions and culture." More photos and full story here – http://www.wheninmanila.com/brian-grubb-wakeskates-the-banaue-rice-terraces-the-eighth-wonder-of-the-world/~ @VinceGolangco When In Manila
Posted by When In Manila on Samstag, 26. Oktober 2013