Touch of Eco Solar On-The-Go Backpack Charger

Touch of Eco Solar On-The-Go Backpack Charger

On the go? Need that phone or tablet available every time you need it? No time to let it charge before you’re out and about? Used it all day and still need it now – no time to sit and wait for it to charge?

Well, with the Solar On-The-Go Backpack Charger from Touch of Eco, waiting around is a thing of the past!

Charge almost any USB powered device, including phones, iPods. smart watches, Kindle Fire, speakers and more, on the go, with the revolutionary solar integrated Touch of Eco Solar On-The-Go Backpack. Equipped with a flexible and incredibly rugged integrated 3 watt solar panel featuring solar-on-plastic technology, the solar panel adds only minimal weight allowing the backpack to remain flexible enough to allow it to be fully packed without risking damage to the panel or to the bag. Features include: Continue reading

Tesla Solar Roof Tiles Are Here

Tesla Solar Roof Slate Roof TilesTesla is now taking orders and next month will begin installation of their solar roof tile systems, transforming homes first in California and then across the country into energy-producing, money-saving stylish homes that give no outward appearance of traditional solar panels. Instead, Tesla has created standard and upscale-looking roof tiles in a variety of styles and colors that look just like the roof tiles on the traditional house next door.

Their solar roof tile system includes Tesla’s Powerwall home battery that stores solar energy allowing the home’s residents to use solar energy whenever they choose, yes including at night, and providing uninterrupted electricity during grid outages.

The system is designed to include both solar tiles and non-solar tiles, which are indistinguishable when seen from the street after installation. Customized power needs for residents is easily created Continue reading

Home Aquaponic Water Garden

The burgeoning commercial use of hydroponics – the growing of plants in water without the use of soil – has led to the development of aquaponics, where fish are raised in the plant water, suppling the bulk of needed nutrients without the need of constant monitoring and the frequent adding of outside supplements. In commercial applications, large-scale tanks are used and thousands of fish are raised, supplying nutrients to large agricultural crops.

Now, however, you can combine this economical and ecologically friendly method of growing of house plants with the additional hobby of maintaining a home aquarium, enhancing your green linving and raising your favorite tropical fish, with the home aquaponic Water Garden.

Aquaponic Home Water Garden

A low-maintenance, mini aquaponics ecosystem, the Water Garden is a self-cleaning fish tank that grows organic sprouts and herbs. The fish feed the plants and plants clean the water, Continue reading

Drought Over? No Way, No How

The U.S. Drought Monitor, established in 1999, is a composite index that includes many weather and drought indicators and it produces the drought map that policymakers and media use in discussions of drought and in allocating drought relief. It is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Maps courtesy of NDMC-UNL.

Here is their most current map of drought conditions in the United States, released April 20, 2017 (Click map to enlarge).

US Drought Map

One can easily see many areas of continuing drought throughout the country, including areas of severe and extreme drought.

The U.S. Drought Monitor has five definitions of drought severity: Continue reading

Solar Roadway Panels – The Future is NOW!

I first read about and began writing about Solar Roadways almost two years ago, and I had the opportunity of bringing this new technology to the attention of some of the consultants working on the new General Plan for the future of my city of residence, West Covina, Ca. While little has been heard regarding advances in the development of Solar Roadways recently, at least in the United States, this week a significant new development has occurred, with the state of Missouri now involved in a plan to redevelop an existing and popular roadway with this new technology. This would be a significant advance in Green Living and pro-environment benefits for all of

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today’s society, as a single popular road rebuilt in this fashion could spur the widespread utilization of Solar Roadway panels and the further reduction of the demand for fossil fuels.

The Missouri project, a test that is very limited in scope, will involve the rebuilding of a portion of historic Route 66 near Conway, MO, with the solar panels, with the promise of producing
enough energy to power a nearby rest stop. Continue reading

McBrine Luggage Eco Friendly Hardside 3 Piece Set With Spinner Wheels

McBrine Luggage Eco Friendly Hardside 3 Piece Set With Spinner Wheels

Take your green living on the road with you for your next trip, with Eco-Friendly luggage! From McBrine Luggage, comes this stylish and durable luggage set that features each piece with an ABS shell manufactured from 50% recycled materials. Contemporary style and plenty of storage space among the three pieces, this Eco-Friendly luggage will make your next trip that much more satisfying.

  • Three upright cases measure 19″, 23″ and 27″ tall respectively
  • Fully lined interior
  • Push button aluminum trolley system
  • Spinner wheels for easy mobility
  • Top and side grab handles for easy lifting
  • Interiors include criss-cross tie-down straps, a zippered mesh pocket, elastic pockets, and a zip around divider that creates two separate packing compartments
  • Hard sided
  • #10 zippers
  • Includes Five Year Warranty Against Manufacturer’s Defects

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The Eco Living Wall

Eco Living Wall

The ingenious Eco Living Wall modular system is created from recycled HDPE-like milk jugs and detergent bottles and provides a planter frame for you to plant your own, customized wall of green in a size and style to suit your space, enhancing your green living experience.

  • Crafted from 100% Recycled HDPE Plastic
  • Each is 15.7” Sq. x 5.5” D
  • Features a water dispersal system – fill the reservoir with water at the top of the frame, and it will slowly drain into each separate cell
  • With The Eco Living Wall, water dispersal system, your plants can be watered while it hangs



Arrange several Eco Living Walls for a dramatic and stylish interior design element that embodies your commitment to green living.
The Eco Living Wall

$80.00 Each

Buy Now: The Eco Living Wall from Bambeco.com.

Bambeco is the premier brand for sustainable home goods, offering an assortment of products that are all reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, renewable, natural, or organic, and made with respect for the planet and its people.

Fukushima Five Years Later and US Nuclear Energy

Five years after the earthquake-tsunami caused destruction of Japan’s Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant, the world seems to have put the issue of nuclear contamination and the hundreds of time bombs percolating in most corners of the world out of sight and out of mind. Unfortunately, this is a monumental mistake on the part of most people, but it is tempered by by clearer thinking officials who, at least here in California and in some other US states, are taking some needed, though slow-motion, actions.

While little about Fukushima has been seen in the main stream US

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media over the past few years, the tragedy continues virtually unabated, and the risks are now greater than ever, with no viable solution or resolution in sight.

Today somewhere beneath the three devastated nuclear reactors are over 600 tons of melted radioactive fuel, and officials have neither any real idea exactly where the 600 tons are located, nor how to proceed
with removal and decontamination. Remember, Fukushima is on the shore of the Pacific Ocean, and since March 11, 2011, debris and radiation have been continually released in to the waters of the Pacific, Continue reading

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