Posts Categorized: Environment

IntoBirds Spotlights Wildlife Artist 
Whose Art is Light as a Feather

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IntoBirds, an online magazine, community, and educational resource for all things birds connected with Pat Morris, a wildlife artist in Willington, Connecticut who uses art to help others see nature. Morris is a gifted wildlife artist that not only uses birds as her inspiration, but she transforms feathers into delicate works of art. Repurposing Nature… Read more »

Flower Turbines Is First Cleantech Company to Accept Bitcoin for Equity Crowdfunding Investment

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Flower Turbines is the first cleantech company to be available for bitcoin equity crowdfunding investment. Today, it put into effect the bitcoin option as part of the crowdfunding platform StartEngine being the first platform to offer this option. Flower Turbines has already reached almost half of its first phase funding goal and can be reached… Read more »

Flower Turbines, Innovative Small Wind Turbine Company, Featured as Hot Investment

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The equity crowdfunding newsletter Crowditz featured Flower Turbines as “Hot” and “Extremely Likely” to reach its crowdfunding goal. The article is here: https://www.crowditz.com/2018/07/flower-turbines-on-startengine/ In less than a week, the company reached almost half of its first phase funding goal. Flower Turbines has the ambitious goal of making its small rooftop wind turbines into as big… Read more »

IntoBirds Teams Up with Get the Lead Out to Save Our Raptors

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IntoBirds, an online magazine, community, and resource for all things birds has teamed up with ‘Get the Lead Out,’ a new Facebook group created by Christine’s Critters, Inc., a Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education non-profit in Weston, Conn., and wildlife artist Pat Morris of Willington, Conn. to bring national awareness to the fact that the Bald… Read more »

Haereticus Lab Study Finds Sunscreen Pollution Threatens Hanauma Bay in Hawaii

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A group of non-profit organizations and volunteers sampled the waters of Hanauma Bay on November 17, 2017 to determine the level of a sunscreen chemical, OXYBENZONE, and whether it posed an environmental threat to its coral reefs. The sampling was conducted in collaboration with non-profits such as Haereticus Environmental Laboratory, Friends of Hanauma Bay, and… Read more »