Looking for some ideas on DIY solar power? Here are some links to get you started: How to Make a Solar Power Generator Learn how to build a solar power generator for less than $300, with parts available from your local radio shack. Inexpensive DIY Solar Power Treehugger.com and off-grid.net provide tips on building a […]
Here are a few links of interest that have recently registered on the Pelago radar. Tour of California Stage 6: Santa Barbara to Santa Clarita Head down to east beach Saturday, February 23rd, for the start of stage 6, a 105 mile ride to Santa Clarita. If you can, ride your bike or walk down, […]
Check out our contribution to Digital Web magazine; tips and advice on greening your business by John Reeve. Read the article to discover ways to increase awareness and efforts in the areas of environmental, social, and organizational sustainability.
Our commitment to becoming a more sustainable company at Pelago is one of the motives behind our development of Intervals. Fortunately for us, Software-as-a-service (SAAS) is naturally a sustainable medium. SAAS circumvents the paper-waste of packaging and shipping an installable product, utilizes the processor power of centralized servers, and enables a flexible work pattern. For […]
This month’s Wired has a full page spread on the WIRED Home. In conjunction with LivingHomes they invite you to visit this mini site to follow the deconstruction and construction of a simple and efficient sustainable home. The WIRED Home is where green plugs in. LEED® certified and designed by Ray Kappe, FAIA, the house […]
Two links contained in Are you a carbon bigfoot? I sure am, sad to say by Harry Fuller of Webware are a pretty eye opening exercise. Think you are doing all you can to limit your impact? Try these two out and see how you fair: Earthlab – what’s your live impact? Yahoo Green – […]
Treehugger.com has a useful section on How to Green Your Work. What’s the Big Deal? A greener workplace can mean a lighter ecological footprint, a healthier and more productive place to work, and good news for the bottom line. Whether you’re the boss or the employee, whether your office is green already or still waiting […]
As an individual in a small company, I have to admit that I have lived a life of conflict for many years. While one of my greatest passions is taking my family to the Sierras to enjoy the wilderness and creation, my other pattern is to work through paper products without any care or concern […]