Browsing the "beer" Tag

Microbrewers Rejoice! the Growler Bicycle is Here!

August 1st, 2013 | by Jo Borrás

The proliferation of cyclists and bicycle commuters in recent years is great for the nation’s overall health, air quality, and natural resources. It’s also fantastic because, in most areas, you can ride with beer - and this growler concept bike makes it possible for microbrewers and beer enthusiasts to ride with up to 64 oz. of beer!


Asheville City Council Tackles Food Insecurity and Approves Food Action Plan

January 27th, 2013 | by ecolocalizer

North Carolina's city of Asheville is the most recent town in our nation to create a Food Action Plan. These sensible strategies address difficult issues, such as food deserts, community health, food insecurity, nutrition knowledge deficits, barriers to local food production and distribution, as well as food sovereignty. The plan was approved 6-0 on January 21, 2013 by the city council; this legislation will play an active role in improving healthy food access, and will also help to build a more sustainable local food infrastructure


World Water Week Wrap-up

August 25th, 2009 | by Zachary Shahan

World Water Week (August 16-22) brought some interesting information and important research findings to the world. We got a peek



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