Thursday, December 17, 2009

Mokugift Featured in Top 7 Best Green iPhone Apps

I've won awards for furniture design in the past, so you can tell that I love design, architecture and the environment. Today, one of my favorite blogs, Inhabitat, selected Mokugift's A Real Tree iPhone app as one of the Top 7 Best Green iPhone apps!

This means a lot to me. More interestingly, the post starts off with "...Electronics have a pretty nasty rep as polluters of the Earth, but they can actually be an environmentalist’s best friend when they’re used for good instead of evil...". It almost foreshadows Mokugift's next project....stay tuned.

Monday, December 14, 2009

183,000 trees. Mokugift Holiday Party

Mokugift will be part of the Trendy Lime Holiday Gala. Come by. RSVP now!

Thank you to Trendy Lime for inviting Mokugift to participate

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Mokugift's A Real Tree iphone app on CNN!

Mokugift's A Real Tree iphone app was mentioned in CNN Apps of the Week!

iPhone users have planted 1,533 trees via this app. Please spread the word.

Plant a Tree

Tuesday, December 8, 2009 and Mokugift Launch Campaign to Plant 1 Million Trees

In a new joint effort, Mokugift and are joining forces to promote a campaign to help stop global climate change via tree planting. The goal is to gather the momentum of the broadcasters and members of to plant at least 1 million trees by Earth Day 2010. Broadcasters on will be able to add a special mokugift widget to their channel page that will enable viewers to plant a tree for each. The widget will show the total number of trees planted via each broadcaster’s widget. Viewers will also be able to share their tree planting activity via Facebook and other social networks to inspire friends to join the fight against climate change. Participants will be able to follow their progress through the campaign page showing the up to date total across all broadcasters and also a leaderboard for the top broadcasters.

The tree planting campaign is launching on December 8th, during the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. World leaders are convening in Copenhagen to negotiate and agree upon how world governments will cooperate and make the critical changes we need to make now in fighting climate change before we pass the point of no return. Deforestation is responsible for about 15% of global carbon emissions. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) has been talked about for years but the summit at Copenhagen is the first opportunity to see it implemented on a global scale. REDD would allow countries to trade on the carbon value of their forests. If successful, it could be a relatively inexpensive way to quickly reduce deforestation, cut emissions and preserve the habitats of some of the most endangered species on the planet.

OneClimate, a broadcaster, will be covering the Copenhagen climate conference at OneClimate's Channel, starting Monday the 7th at 6pm Central Europe time, 9am Pacific time. During this continual coverage, there will be shows at 3am, 5am, 7am, 9am, and 11am Pacific time. Tune in for the latest including interviews, details on the science, live video feeds of the conference and demonstrations. Viewers will have the opportunity to comment and ask questions, so stop in and be a part.

Mokugift and have provided the tools, now we need everyone to participate. Come join tree planting campaign in our goal to plant 1 million trees by next Earth Day. Get your widget today at Visit

Then, view the live coverage by OneClimate at, your very own front seat to the climate conference.