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Bob Burnquist: Skate Afloat

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Trailblazing skater shreds a miniramp floating on Lake Tahoe

Bob Burnquist, the pioneering Brazilian skater (and, incidentally, committed environmentalist), has boldly taken the sport to another new frontier. His latest invention is a floating miniramp in the middle of Lake Tahoe, a project inititated by Visit California as part of its "Dream Big" campaign. And dream big they did. Master rampbuilder Jeff King and his team spent 300 man hours and......read more

Jake Bugg - Modern Day Dylan

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Bob Harlow's "There's A Beast And We All Feed It" director's cut

Jake Bugg been compared to Bob Dylan a lot.  But this track and it's brilliant video takes this comparison to a new place.  Director, Bob Harlow brilliantly and cooly captures the vibe of Bugg's lyrics as he winks through his (and Bugg's) acerbic look at the beast we all feed.   Dir: Bob Harlow Producer: Denna Cartamkhoob DP: Jackson Hunt 1st AD: Mike Dix Line Producer:......read more

Move Collective LLC - Bobble

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Filtered Water Bottle for Life on the Move $9.95

We all love bottled water. In fact, we are obsessed with the convenience of it. But unfortunately, drinking bottled water doesn’t lead to a sustainable future. So what should we do about it? We chose to reinvent bottled water. We developed Bobble, a revolutionary product that takes care of the planet, keeps your body hydrated, your wallet fat, and your taste buds satisfied—all while......read more

Bobble Jug

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Combo filter/pitcher cleans contaminants as it pours $29.99

One of our favorite water bottles, the Bobble is a reusable bottle that filters water as you drink from it. Evolving from that concept, the Bobble makers have now launched the the Bobble Jug, which removes water contaminants as you pour. That means that unlike traditional filter pitchers, there's more room for water in the actual jug, plus you don't have to wait for the water......read more

Innovative Floating Forrest Planned For Rotterdam

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Bobbing Forrest By Mothership

Famous for their canals, the people of the Netherlands definitely know how to make use of winding waterways to the fullest. Demonstrating this ingenuity is a new project that will increase urban greenspace within the city of Rotterdam. Mothership, an art collective composed of local dutch entrepreneurs and designers, has come up with the idea of creating a floating forest placed in the......read more

Will the New EPA Regs Impact Climate Change?

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Not really, given that they only apply to new power plants. Climate Central's Bobby Magill explains

Climate Central's Bobby Magill at The Huffington Post: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rolled out restrictive new greenhouse gas emissions standards for new power plants at the end of September, but they are unlikely to have much of an impact on the nation’s overall climate change-fueling carbon emissions. Part of the Obama administration’s Climate Action Plan, the EPA's......read more

Rio Earth Summit: Success, More or Less

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Bob Keefe of the NRDC discusses mixed results

There's a saying in Portuguese, one of the few that I know: Mais ou Menos. It means more or less. Brazilians often use the phrase when you ask them how they’re doing. Mais ou Menos: Good, more or less. Looking back, with the road to Rio+20 now behind us, the expression seems to be a fitting way to sum up the successfulness of the Earth Summit. Mais ou Menos. No, the document that......read more

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