“Burning in the Sun” featuring Daniel Dumbele. Note the film-festival awards across the top. My husband loped into the living room while I was watching the DVD, “Burning in the Sun”. He had hoped to turn on a baseball game, but he stopped, watching a scene on the DVD. After a minute, he sat down. “What’s […]
Tag Archive 'Energy-efficient housing'
This post now appearing on the Daily Me Those of us concerned about greenhouse gases and climate change have a new study to ponder. This study, from Dr. Florian Altermatt at UC Davis, documents once again the biological effects of global warming. Altermatt examined insect data from Central Europe. Temperatures have been increasing there for […]
This post now appearing on Google News and on www.basilandspice.com. We’re making progress! The southern California city of Irvine is taking a giant leap for “green” energy that should help other cities follow suit. All 21 schools in the Irvine Unified School District will soon be solar-powered, by rooftop photo-voltaic panels. The historic plan was […]
All text and photos by Sally Kneidel at sallykneidel.com I visited my dear friends Kathleen Jardine and Jim Cameron again last weekend. They have the coolest home I’ve ever seen. It’s a true passive-solar design and has solar thermal panels on its durable steel roof, but it looks like a French country cottage! I arrived […]
Posted in Africa, Eco-travel, Energy-efficient housing, Environmental footprint, Food, Going Green (co-authored with Sadie Kneidel), South Africa, Sustainable Living, Wildlife, Wildlife behavior on Aug 31st, 2009
All photos and text by Sally Kneidel, PhD, of sallykneidel.com Children of the Hamakuya community. Community residents find employment at the small “green” resort of Tshulu Camp, bringing needed revenue into the village. My husband Ken consulting his bird guide on our tent’s deck in Tshulu Camp. I’ve written a lot about supporting people in […]
To learn more about energy-efficient, passive-solar and durable housing, see the beautiful homes designed and built by Jim Cameron and Kathleen Jardine at www.sungardenhouses.com.