“ BioLite knows a thing or two about emergency preparedness. The Brooklyn-based company was on the front lines during Hurricane Sandy, and its USB-charging CampStoves made national news for their role in helping residents keep communication lines open during the power outage. With the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaching, BioLite just unveiled its emergency preparedness infographic & giveaway. The BioLite 3 P’s of Preparedness infographic makes what can seem like an overwhelming task easy with its simple steps to plan, pack & power – check it out after the jump!”
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BioLite Stoves make cooking on wood as clean, safe & easy as modern fuels while generating electricity to charge phones, lights and other electronics off-grid
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Check out Biolight's products for you and the developing world. Another product that makes a difference- including giving light to read and study by. Running LED lights off your cooking fire = brilliantly simple.
The phrase “This changes everything” gets thrown around a lot, but in the sustainable commuting sphere, an invention out of New York by a group of bike enthusiasts just might actually change everything.
“ The debate over crafting new rules for Seattle's evolving for-hire industry has lasered in on a interesting question: What will on-demand ridesharing apps like Lyft, Sidecar and uberX look like when they reach a critical...”
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“ Watsi founder Chase Adam graced the stage at Y Combinator’s Startup School today to speak about his non-profit startup’s 999 days. Two years ago, Adam says that he was on a bus traveling through a tropical country as part of the Peace Corp.”
A fantastic product that reduces fuel poverty, reduces respiratory illnesses and death and frees up resources for education in very poor households. It can save you fuel and time and quite probably give you somewhere to rest your weary head.
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