Florescent lighting news
FISHing for good weather, support
GREENVILLE — Weather permitting, there’s going to be some heavy, duty FISHing going on King Street in the next few weeks. Construction is underway for the new Hunt County Shared Ministries (FISH) building.
Go green ordinance has cost savings
Editors note: This is the first in a series on a proposed ordinance in Epping that would require green building standards for new commercial development. Read about the national and state trends in Tuesdays News-Letter.
Australia Makes Move From Incandescent to Fluorescent Lighting
Australias switch to fluorescents could curbs its yearly greenhouse emissions by 5 million tons...
Letter: Warming ‘cures’ dangerous
I’d like to say I was surprised to read the Daily Press article about children being taught about global warming in local schools (page 1A, Feb. 10, “‘KOOL’ kids, hot project”), but unfortunately I am not.
Cleaner consumption and the low-carbon life
For individuals in the developed world, energy inefficiency and waste are so woven into the fabric of life that it is both very easy and very hard to change.
Wind to Help Power Baylor University Campus
Baylor University will soon rely more on wind power for its electricity needs. Baylor has signed a 10-year contract with Wisconsin-based WPS Energy Services to provide electricity on campus starting July 2008.
St. Anthony School supports special needs students
The school is not reminiscent of a typical school with crowded classes and florescent lights. It is a school where hugs are more prevalent than scolding, where students are treated as individuals rather a collective student body.