Good Energy Wee Do tomorrow night

We still have tickets for tomorrow night's Wee Do with Good Energy.

It should be a really topical talk from Hugo House.

"People who are concerned about climate change and want to help stop global warming are switching their electricity supply to Good Energy 100% renewable electricity. By switching to Good Energy individuals are reducing their environmental impact and supporting a growing community of over 1000 generators who are making clean, green energy from sustainable sources. From solar and wind power to hydro and biogas, Good Energy is the renewable energy specialists."

Clean energy, renewable energy, green energy, ethical energy… Good Energy.

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If you would like a free ticket to this event please email us (carnabyst@howies.co.uk) or call us (0207 287 2345).  But hurry!

As always we will have free Organic beers and Juices available. Doors open at 7:15pm and remember spaces are limited so get in touch quickly.  See you there!

Wee Do- Good Energy

This coming Tuesday (15th), we have Hugo House from Good Energy coming in to the Carnaby Street store, to do a Wee Do talk.

People who are concerned about climate change and want to help stop global warming are switching their electricity supply to Good Energy 100% renewable electricity. By switching to Good Energy individuals are reducing their environmental impact and supporting a growing community of over 1000 generators who are making clean, green energy from sustainable sources. From solar and wind power to hydro and biogas, Good Energy is the renewable energy specialists.

Clean energy, renewable energy, green energy, ethical energy… Good Energy

If you would like a free ticket to this event please email us (carnabyst@howies.co.uk) or call us (0207 287 2345).

As always we will have free Organic beers and Juices available. Doors open at 7:15pm and remember spaces are limited so get in touch quickly.  See you there!

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Back to the Land

  • Posted by howies
  • 10 December 2009

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A brilliant essay type blog post by Maria Kalman for the NY Times about Democracy and America's fast food troubles. Well worth a read.

Thanks to cho for the tip off.

P.S. Those muffins look a 1000 times worse (but still mesmerisingly appealing I must admit) than UK ones... I didn't think that was possible!

Do Documentary 2009

  • Posted by howies
  • 7 December 2009
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The 2009 Do documentary is here. Well worth a watch.

My favourite lecture had to be Micheal Pawlyn's. He spoke on Biomimicry in relation to an amazing project he is involved in: The Sahara Rainforest Project”.

Obsessive about Soda

  • Posted by howies
  • 7 December 2009
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John Nese is the proprietor of Galcos Soda Pop Stop in LA. He stocks hundreds of varieties of independent Sodas (or fizzy drinks to us).

The stuff this guy says are spot on. Watch it through to the end, it's worth it...

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you ride we ride in my ride

  • Posted by howies
  • 29 October 2009

Having gone to the Metro Ski Show last weekend, and with Freeze coming up this weekend, my thoughts are definitely drifting towards going snowboarding this winter.  I don't really like the thought of flying out to the alps, (for obvious environmental reasons) however cheap; so I usually try to take to Eurostar (but the prices are usually a bit too steep for me).

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Yesterday I stumbled across this car share website Mountain Ride Share, designed to connect people travelling to and from ski resorts.

Their website is in Beta at the moment- so why don't you check out the site and help them develop this community, and maybe pick up some riding buddies along the way! 

If you apppeciate the mountains, you really should consider the effects your journey to them has.  Low budget airlines are not the way mes amis!

the-unThe UN general assembly has overwhelmingly condemned the US economic embargo against Cuba, adding pressure on the Obama administration to abandon its 47-year-old policy.

The assembly today voted 187-3 in opposition to the embargo, with only Israel and the Pacific island nation of Palau siding with the US, as they did last year. The annual diplomatic ritual had extra resonance this year because of the slight thaw in Washington-Havana relations.

Cuba's foreign minister, Bruno Rodriguez, told the meeting in New York that the embargo had cost the island tens of billions of dollars and denied medical care to children. "The blockade is an uncultured act of arrogance."

He lamented that the new US president had failed to end an "ethically unacceptable" hangover from the cold war. "President Obama has a historical opportunity to lead a change of policy toward Cuba."

Read more from The Guardian

or read more from ABC if you like.

I don’t know  much about this stuff but it seems pretty silly (on America’s part)

Pegging

  • Posted by howies
  • 24 September 2009

My friend Jessie Ford did the Geeks Corner mural for us in store a few months back.  Yesterday Eliza Williams wrote about it on the Creative Review Blog which is awesome!

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It features along side a music video that her friend George Wu directed.  Thought I'd share it with you...made me smile :)

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Carnaby Wee Do: BioRegional

  • Posted by howies
  • 18 September 2009

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BioRegional is an entrepreneurial charity which initiates and delivers practical solutions that help us to live within a fair share of the earth’s resources – their vision is of thriving regional economies where we meet more of our needs from local, renewable and waste resources, enabling people to enjoy a high quality of life - what they call one planet living. 

The Wee Do will take place this Tuesday (22nd Sep) evening at 7.30pm.  As usual we will have organic beer and juice for general consumption - free of charge of course!

Places are limited so please contact us via phone (0207 287 2345) or email (carnabyst@howies.co.uk) to secure a free ticket!

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