The Bon Appétit Management Company has released an online test that allows folks to view the carbon impact of their diets. The test allows to look at the carbon emissions of certain meals, so you can get an idea of what impact your diet has on the climate. It’s a neat little tool, and I highly encourage everyone to check it out.
Celsias has a page filled with low carbon recipes. My personal favorite is the recipe for waffles. Any recipe that requires you to blend your own flour is the shiznite.
I challenge you all to do some experimentation with low carbon dining, and please post your recipes. 😀
From Environmental Graffiti:
“Something phenomenal has happened in the last 24 hours. Our friends over at DeSmogBlog took it upon themselves to see what the scientists who are on the famed list of “500 scientists who don’t believe in global warming” actually think and as it turns out, many of them didn’t know they were on it.”
Continue reading at this link.
Pretty freakin’ awesome.
From the NC Division of Air Quality:
Forecast for Charlotte, NC
|Friday, May 2:
|For additional information concerning the air quality forecast including a detailed forecast discussion, please visit the following link on the NC Division Of Air Quality Web Site: http://www.ncair.org/airaware/forecast.