Music – ahh, balm to the soul, particularly Tina Bridgman’s. She sent this link out to the world and when I tuned in, I switched to calm mode. You can check her out
on You Tube. Tina had been a musician for twenty years when she lost her hand in a car accident. She adapted. She relearnt to play the guitar, started teaching music, and recorded another album.
Good News Roundup
More positive environmental news:
Do you love the Monach Butterfly? The good news is, they’re doing fine, and the Monach Butterfly New Zealand Trust
has been set up to ensure they continue to thrive. There’s encouraging news about the Tuatara
, fourteen more have been released near the Coromandel Peninsular. A Windfarm has been approved
for the Central North Island, it is estimated that this will create one hundred and fifty jobs and power for 50, 000 homes. In Wellington an electric car trial
was launched by MP Nick Smith, if all goes well this could lead to the first mass produced electric vehicle in New Zealand.
Here, ‘fitness meets healthy planet’: Walk to Work
day is coming, on the 18th of March thousands of Kiwis will leave their cars at home and leg it to work.
Goodnews for future generations, young future scientists, mathematicians, and engineers
of California have participated in the Intel Science Talent Search,
three of the finalists for the grand prize have demonstrated a strong interest in environmental issues. Finally, if you haven’t already, check out The Treehuger Website
- they list some great news around world-wide tree hugging
, or more namely: tree planting.
Got another five minutes?