May 10, 2012

where to recycle electronics and computer equipment

Posted in Environment, Technology at 8:44 am by matapn

 

WSJ: When the Devices Are Done

 

August 3, 2011

Earth’s Prayer from Ras by Snatam Kaur

Posted in Environment, Sikhism, spiritual at 8:38 pm by matapn

October 27, 2010

Astronauts’ Spectacular Twitter Pictures From Space

Posted in Environment at 7:21 pm by matapn

 

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December 8, 2009

information on recycling electronic equipment including computers

Posted in Environment, services at 8:18 am by matapn

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November 8, 2009

Charter for Compassion

Posted in Environment, events, spiritual at 2:09 pm by matapn

CHARTER FOR COMPASSION TRAILER from TED Prize on Vimeo.

October 15, 2009

climate change

Posted in Environment at 4:24 pm by matapn

It doesn’t matter which side of the debate you are on. I think we can all agree that watching how we use the resources and cutting down the waste can only help our mother earth.

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September 17, 2009

band-e-amir – in pictures

Posted in Afghanistan, Environment, travel at 7:15 am by matapn

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September 11, 2009

Band-e-Amir – first national park in Afghanistan

Posted in Afghanistan, Environment, travel at 7:33 am by matapn

BAND-E-AMIR, AFGHANISTAN - SEPTEMBER 6:  A sign marks the entrance to Band-E-Amir National Park September 6, 2009 in Band-E-Amir, Afghanistan. Located in the province of the Bamiyan Buddhas, in central Afghanistan, the park was declared Afghanistan's first National Park on April 22, 2009. Its designation as a National Park will allow Afghanistan to apply for international recognition of Band-e-Amir as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Band-e-Amir has been a destination for Afghan tourists since at least the early 1950's, but tourism significantly declined during the 20 years of wars and Taliban rule.  (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

BAND-E-AMIR, AFGHANISTAN - SEPTEMBER 6: A sign marks the entrance to Band-E-Amir National Park September 6, 2009 in Band-E-Amir, Afghanistan. Located in the province of the Bamiyan Buddhas, in central Afghanistan, the park was declared Afghanistan's first National Park on April 22, 2009. Its designation as a National Park will allow Afghanistan to apply for international recognition of Band-e-Amir as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Band-e-Amir has been a destination for Afghan tourists since at least the early 1950's, but tourism significantly declined during the 20 years of wars and Taliban rule. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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April 23, 2009

a font friendly to environment

Posted in Environment at 4:11 pm by matapn

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