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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin. Develop something: ship, ship, ship! It’s Hard To Improve on Nature: Nature fuels herself through an ingenious cycle of nutrients wherein energy is conserved, preserved, stored and revived. I think that in many cases the process defies what we have learned in physics, that everything tends to decay because a naturally healthy system often improves and evolves into a stronger and more robust platform than one […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Wash.  Rinse.  Repeat: Chemistry has done wonders for many of our lives.  It’s also poisoned and killed a lot of people around the world.  It makes sense to use products that have a beneficial purpose, like energy efficient / water saving rinse additives. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? It doesn’t make sense to save water in your home if the […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Veggie: No matter how much I think about sustainable living, it’s hard to get past the plant based diet. Bill Maher (the comedian) is quoted as saying that the vegetarian in a Hummer trumps the Prius Hybrid driving customer in the McDonald’s drive through for minimizing their carbon footprint, and he’s right! Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? Meat as an […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Hot Water: If you use a water heater, you are wasting water and energy, just keeping all that water heated throughout the many hours it’s not being used and waiting for it to reach the point of use. If you heat your water with a tankless/on-demand heat exchange system you’re still probably wasting water, waiting for the hot water […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Energy: It’s wasted everywhere…needlessly. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? Dan Miller describes an opportunity he noticed while taking a business/vacation trip to Florida last week.  The air doors he envisioned actually serve double duty: keeping energy in and flies out. http://www.48days.com/2011/07/19/is-this-an-opportunity/ Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant.  Energetic.  Sustainable!

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! How You Drive: The way you drive can significantly enhance or impair your fuel efficiency and subsequently effect the future repair and maintenance costs associated with owning/operating a vehicle. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? Driving skills can be taught, and improved upon over time.  The opportunity to improve transportation is only the beginning. Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant.  Driving.  Sustainable!

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Friends: Here’s an example of sustainable friendship: There’s nothing sustainable about the wasted stretch film, but friends are a precious resource. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? The key to having friends is being a friend. Water others, and you too will find rest and comfort in the caring arms of those who care about you.  Sometimes that may involve a […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Have you tried e-Books yet? There will always be a place on my shelf for a new book…and digital just won’t do for something that I really want to absorb into my mind, my soul, and my skin.  That said, I have read a few books in digital format. The Kindle reader requires an investment…as does the Nook. Where’s […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! On-Target: The secret to opening doors is to have the right key. I asked a sales associate at a local store to let me into the restroom, and fully expected her to punch a code into this little electronic box. Instead, there was a small red buzzer on the adjoining wall, that opened the door.  I didn’t see that […]

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Energy: We need to be able to make our resources work harder instead of sending them to the landfill. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? Science keeps finding answers in nature…we need to look for ways to duplicate this infinite wisdom. More sustainability solutions found in nature! Termite guts act like biofuel refinery http://t.co/WlxoMzD  Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant.  Wise.  Sustainable!

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I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free. Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship! Fresh: Some of the best, most nutrient dense foods can be found growing in local gardens.  Eliminate the middleman and buy direct from a farmer if you can. Where’s the Linchpin opportunity? Co-op gardening and crop-sharing is a fantastic way to get a ton of fresh food for less than you’d pay at the store.  Until the last 100 […]

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