Archive for 'odd stuff'
Posted on02. Nov, 2010 by admin.
Bits and pieces that made us smile, brought us joy, looked great, made us think or created a jaw dropping moment 5. Chirstmas lights with a twist…. watch the disappearing building at the end 4. How to make an origami… water bomb… or balloon if you’re not a 13year old… it all takes me back […]
Posted on28. Oct, 2010 by paul b.
This is not the definitive list of all you should eat, but ones I think are great with a couple recommended by friends… and as always, if you cook with them rather than just eat pre-packed/made microwave dishes or fast food you avoid all the nasties and preservatives. … OK I’ve cheated by doubling up […]
Posted on22. Oct, 2010 by Guest.
A Guest article. How to Green-ify Your Cell Phone and Broadband Usage Many consumers are becoming aware of the amount of energy that they use on a daily basis and it’s effect on the environment. In an effort to make the world a better place for themselves, as well as for future generations, these consumers […]
Posted on16. Oct, 2010 by admin.
Our History The Nicofeli Youth Club is duly registered by the government of Kenya under the Ministry of Gender, Culture and Social Services as a Community Based Organization (CBO).The project infrastructure began in February 2007 and activities commenced immediately after the post-poll skirmishes in early 2008. The birth of the club was inspired by the […]
Posted on15. Oct, 2010 by admin.
The Paradise Community Centre is situated in Kibera, Kenya and is a government registered, Community Based Organisation (CBO). The intention at Paradise is to provide an all round foundation of loving support for the homeless, orphaned and impoverished young children in Kibera. Paradise is the vision of Mrs Pamela Owino who herself resides in Kianda […]
Posted on11. Oct, 2010 by admin.
New Adventure School Kichinjio Village, Kibera, P.O Box 19737 – 00100, Nairobi. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org The New Adventure School is a community initiative and its humble start began in the early month of September 2001. Its structural beginnings and survival are testimony to the drive and determination of Kibera residents who have continually expressed their support as […]
Posted on11. Oct, 2010 by admin.
It has been some months since Deree Reid (Del) provided updates for us here at Green Planet; Deree was invited to Kenya almost 18 months ago to assist some groups/people out there and to highlight via Green Planet their work. When there, he intervened in a fight to prevent a woman getting beaten and it […]
Posted on08. Oct, 2010 by paul b.
Artificial trees as a way to remove CO2 is an old idea that seems to have moved slowly forward since it was first discussed and in some ways has not highlighted what seems a blindingly obvious message, but more on that later. The premise is that an artificial tree as mentioned at a conference in […]
Posted on03. Oct, 2010 by admin.
Yet another randon set of links, bits and pieces that made us smile, brought us joy, looked great, made us think or created a jaw dropping moment 6. “Tobacco is the only product which, if used according to the maker’s intent, kills the customer.” Tessa Jowell UK MP. 5. A most beautiful video and music… […]
Posted on14. Sep, 2010 by admin.
More Style than Substance We appear to be in a buying for buyings sake culture. The keeping ahead of the Jones has risen to a dizzy height. With 3D TV’s, marketers seem to have pulled off the latest con in persuading thousands of people that this is the new big thing, life altering even. When […]