Nov 052017
 
GreenFire Engineered Reclamation Offers The World’s First Reclamation Cryptocurrency GreenFire Engineered Reclamation is a Global Landfill Mining and Reclamation Company and is issuing a Pre-ICO to raise funds for the development of our Reclamation Coin. Our coin is the only cryptocurrency in the world dedicated to Global Reclamation. GreenFire Engineered Reclamation Global Landfill Mining and Reclamation Coin is the Global Gold Concerns – GGC. The GGC Coin Pre-ICO Sale is hosted at http://smallgoldtoken.com. Small Gold Token – SGT – is the Pre-ICO fund raiser for Global Gold Concerns – GGC – and is a redeemable/convertible token. GreenFire has staked 100,000 Grams of gold for this Pre-ICO represented by an issue of 100,000 SGT Tokens. The SGT Token is redeemable for one gram of 999.9 pure Gold produced from contracted mining operations. OR Each SGT Token may be exchanged for GGC at a rate of 100:1. In other words Each SGT can be exchanged for 100 GGC during the boot strap phase. Global Gold Concerns http://globalgoldconcerns.com is the host of the ICO for GGC, a gold and asset backed cryptocurrency, developed on the Ethereum blockchain. GGC is a reclamation coin. GGC ICO projected price is $1.00 GGC is backed with hard assets from: The precious metals reclaimed from the Landfill Reclamation Precious metals reclaimed from the reclamation of mine tailings Pledges of Gold from associated Gold Mines. Real Estate A portfolio of Cryptocurrencies: bitcoin, bitcoincash, ethereum … GGC is a hedged and balanced cryptocurrency investment. Papers: Coming Soon Executive summary for Co. Whitepaper for GGC Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestReddit (more…)
Jan 192017
 
Ocean Legacy has a task not even Sisyphean would envy: picking up, sorting and recycling the vast amount of plastic that ends up on our shores. This article is from Hakai Magazine, an online publication about science and society in coastal ecosystems. Read more stories like this at hakaimagazine.com.       On a sunny afternoon in September, a barge roughly the size of a dump truck pulls into Delta, British Columbia, piled high with marine debris. Foam, plastic bottles, frayed rope—all of it hand-picked by dozens of volunteers from the western shores of Vancouver Island and stashed inside 200 giant white bags. “Too bad that ain’t gold,” a bystander remarks from the dock. “You just wait,” replies Chloé Dubois, standing on deck, “one day it will be.” Dubois, the executive director of Ocean Legacy, one of a handful of organizations that took part in what was dubbed the largest marine debris cleanup in Canada over the summer of 2016, is startlingly passionate about plastic—something people throw away every single day. The month before the barge’s arrival, I joined Ocean Legacy’s cleanup of Mquqwin/Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park and saw Dubois work 12-hour days sorting foam, dragging giant necklaces of buoys across the scorching sand, and moving crinkly sacks so full of water bottles they dwarfed her meter-and-a-half height. She cleans with full knowledge that the beaches will be covered in plastic again in a few weeks’ time. Read Full Article Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestReddit (more…)