The Best of Peachy Green: New Hope, New Technology

Going green — By on December 29, 2008 at 6:05 am
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Waiting for Dawn

Christmas is over, finished, done with. Can you see me smiling? I love Christmas. We had a wonderful time this year, but I’m very glad that the work is over!

As the New Year preparations begin we here at Peachy Green have found ourselves swamped. We aren’t bogged down with work, but with an overwhelming need to slow down just a little and spend some time with our families and friends.

So, we have to decided to put together a series of posts highlighting some of our most interesting topics of the year. Please have a look and read some of these long lost posts that you may have missed in the hoopla of daily living.   Common, I’m not the only one with hoopla in my life , am  I?

We’re starting out with posts about new hope and new technology, because it has been a theme for me this year. The hope part anyway. And I suspect that I am not alone.

There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow.
– Orison Marden.

Barefoot Solar Engineers: An inspiring story about hope for a better future. Late last year, 30 women ventured out from their rural village homes in Bhutan for the first time. The purpose for their journey was admirable; to bring solar power back to their villages.

A Whale of a Rescue Tale: Reading this story of the dramatic rescue of a humpback whale is truly an inspiration.

Aqua Bridge 5th Grade Invention to Clean Rivers: You can’t help but place a bit of hope in the next generation when you read about this smart 5th Grader and his clever invention!

Thanksgiving Hope: Give thanks, get hope!

Obama’s Commitment to the Environment: President-Elect Obama’s commitment to the environment, climate change and a green economy grows deeper.

New Solar Technology Mimics Photosynthesis: Can we apply solar power technologies learned from plants?

If it were not for hopes, the heart would break.
– Thomas Fuller.

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  1. pinkpackrat says:

    Some of these posts are really inspiring. I can’t help but feel that 2009, in spite of all its difficulties, will be an exciting year. Change is in the air. Obama is in the White House and the world has reached a tipping point. Go Peachygreen!!!!!

  2. Amy says:

    Thank you Pinkpackrat! I think 2009 will be an exciting year as well. I’m looking forward to many great changes in my own life and in the world!

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