Rangga D. Fadillah, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 11/10/2011 9:33 AM
When the government raised the prices of fuels in 2008, there was a hype among policy makers and energy experts for an immediate need to develop alternative and renewable energy resources. (more…)
How’s it going blog readers? Things are going well here at ecoShuttle, we are definitely staying busy getting ready for our big GrowingGardens Fundraiser (www.growing-gardens.org/) this Sunday at our headquarters, 2420 NE Columbia Blvd, here in P-town. Our goal is to help get people in low income families up and gardening so they can have some fresh fruits and veggies throughout the year. I told my mum about this and she really liked the idea, and I think she put it best when she busted out this age-old adage; if you give someone fish they will have food for a day, if you teach someone to fish they will have food for a lifetime (–but if they are like me and don’t eat seafood, they will just have a lifetime supply of fish with no place to put them). (more…)
–Islands of People-
I don’t believe that the solutions in society will come from the left or the right or the north or the south. They will come from islands within those organizations; islands of people with integrity who want to do something…
Ecoshuttle is here. We are a small island of people who want to do something. This blog, Islands of People, has been created with the intent to inform its readers about issues that matter to us. I hope it will be a place that people come to learn and engage global and local issues as they relate to our business and our customers interests.