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Commenced originally on Monday, May 01, 2006

gimme goodnews
This is an ongoing project where people post good news items.Your item can be personal, earth shattering, anonymous or public, give credit to a small kindness, show a different perspective, describe how something good, great or wonderful has touched your life, your family your city your country or the planet.Your item should be strictly non commercial.New goodnews items will be posted on weekends on this blog.

6 comments:

  1. So lets get things moving... what's your good news? My kids are all healthy, I gave them plenty of skills so they can be happy. I live in a great place. I like my work.

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  2. so is this where we post the good news? how does itget to the page/

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  3. "In some weeks, there will start a great project about environment, bees and birds on the rooftop of the german arts and exhibition hall. We will make translate these infos about the project. Last week, the member of directors board of the European Proffessional Beekeepers Association met at Strasbourg and decided about some important topics. I will communicate these infos in some days." Klaus Maresch.

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  4. In 2010, the largest Australian green roof project was announced. The Victorian Desalination Project [2] will have a “living tapestry” of 98,000 Australian indigenous plants over a roof area spanning more than 26,000 square metres. The roof will form part of the desalination plant’s sophisticated roof system, designed to blend the building into the landscape, provide acoustic protection, corrosion resistance, thermal control and reduced maintenance. The green roof will be installed by Fytogreen Australia

    Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/green-roof#ixzz1H1m2tbel

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  5. green roofs are created to reduce the ecological footprint of buildings

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  6. The most green roofs in Germany are in Berlin and Stuttgart. Regulation are done by the FBB (Fachvereinigung Bauwerksbegr├╝nung = German organization for green building technologies). Nearly one third of all cities support green roof and rain water technology. Green roof research institutions in Germany are in several cities as including Hannover, Berlin, Geisenheim and Neubrandenburg.

    Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/green-roof#ixzz1H1mhjUdf

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