Two more or less fun things this week! Go look at them and first, enjoy, and secondly, think on how they might enter your life.
The first is Bullfrog Power’s newsletter. You remember, Bullfrog Power was featured here recently. Their newsletter is here. It’s full of the projects they undertake, and the second page has a summary of the energy generated and Carbon Dioxide saved. 3.8 million megawatts of green electricity, 6.6 million GJ of green natural gas, 700,000 litres of green fuel in all replacing 1.3 million tons of Carbon dioxide. As I asked in the former Bullfrog Power post, If you’re not using them, why not?
The second is the Algonquin to Adirondacks Collaborative, a conservation initiative concerned with the connectivity between the two great parks in north-eastern North America. Their current newsletter is here. Find out about the A2A hiking trail which connects the two parks. There is a story about wildlife underpasses under Highway 401. You can read about John Davis, who has hiked the length of the Appalachian Trail, and who has begun to hike the A2A trail late in the year. The A2A area offers plenty of opportunities for research, and Queens University students are doing so, facilitated by Queens having a research station in the heart of A2A. Read about it.
So there you have it; two informative and easy reads, and nothing to feel bad about when you’ve finished (a Solstice special, may I say).