Quick Green Reads For The Weekend Volume Eighteen.

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It’s Friday again and we are off to another wedding. This time its my brother in law and we are in Chicago for a week. I have posts scheduled for next week, but there won’t be as many as usual because I don’t know when I will be near a computer. On Monday I have a special guest post from Greg La Vardera, architect at LaMi Design. So be sure to stop by Monday morning to take a look!

Is peak oil only four years away? Scientists at the London-based Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ain’t that a name) say that “global production of oil is set to peak in the next four years before entering a steepening decline which will have massive consequences for the world economy and the way that we live our lives”. Sounds fun.

Could coffee help prevent blindness? Green Fertility has found an article that says it might be so.

Finding water in the desert is getting harder to do. Flagstaff, AZ has grown to 62,000 people from 45,000 in 1990, straining its water resources. Upper Lake Mary, a man-made reservoir that provides up to 40 percent of the town’s water needs of 11 million gallons a day, is down to 18 percent of normal levels.

Interested in making your own wind turbine? Look no further than this guy who built one for his place in AZ for less than $150.

Have a great weekend!

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