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Using the Internet to Spread the Green Word

April 29, 2014 by  
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The powers of the Internet can be put to uses that range from the ridiculous to the sublime. On one hand, the World Wide Web is a vehicle for petty gossip, hate mongering, and malicious bullying. However, on the other hand, the Internet is a powerful tool for rallying support for noble causes and disseminating […]

Guest Post – Should energy efficiency be the government’s number one priority?

April 7, 2014 by  
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Before the global financial downturn, many people would have said that green policies should be the government’s key priority. However, as the recession and the struggling economy began to bite, Brits seemed to become less interested in sustainability, and more interested in pressing demands such as the poor jobs market and the high cost of […]

Guest Post: Cremation Turning Out to Be the Green Way to Go

March 24, 2014 by  
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More people are turning to cremation after the death of loved ones than in the past, with being kinder to the environment as one of the reasons to go down this road. This varies around the world with countries like Japan primarily using cremation. In other countries such as Poland, less than 10% of the […]

Guest Post: Getting Green with Online Learning

March 21, 2014 by  
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Online learning is a convenient way for students to get a good education. It offers them the flexibility to attend classes anytime, anywhere, and plan their own schedules with minimal restrictions. It is particularly a great option for those who wish to work and study at the same time. Also, it enables them to save […]

Guest Post – The 12 New Rules for a Greener Home Upgrade

March 6, 2014 by  
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Image source Over the years, your needs will change.  In order to take care of these needs, you’re going to have to introduce some changes into your home. The good news is that whatever kind of home design you might have, whether you’re living in a Tudor home or a condo house, you can make […]

Guest Post: College Campuses Becoming Greener

March 4, 2014 by  
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Colleges are trend setters and with the populations of young adults who are looking to make an impact, college campuses are places where innovation stands out. Many colleges around the United States are currently making big strides in the green movement. What are some green trends being set on college campuses? • Recycling – Recycling […]

Guest Post: Choosing a Rainwater Tank: Some Things to Consider

February 28, 2014 by  
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A rainwater tank is a substantial investment. It will serve you well for many years, give you a great deal of satisfaction and even save you quite a lot of money. Of course quality and appropriateness are paramount. So, before you buy a rainwater tank there are several things you should consider. Size It’s usually […]

Guest Post: Online Learning Going Green

February 18, 2014 by  
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Through technological advancements and the Internet, students and educators are able to embrace education in ways that were not possible decades ago. Now, instead of traveling to classes, students are able to log on to their computers to attend sessions. This means there are fewer emissions due to less driving, as well as less consumption […]

Guest Post: Going Green Saves the Family Money

February 11, 2014 by  
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Many environmentalists advocate green living to help the earth. However, it has another benefit for many people: it can help you save money. Here are a few ways you can go green so your family can have more money in the budget. Recycle Electronics If you upgrade your cell phone every year or so, you […]

Guest Post: Apple Cider Vinegar and Weight Loss – Do You Know Apple Cider Vinegar Can Actually Help You To Burn Extra Fat By Cleansing Your Body With Its Secret Miraculous Power?

January 12, 2014 by  
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In the days before modern pharmaceuticals and drugs designed to cure just about every ailment, the people of the world were forced to use natural means to heal and cure. One item that served a number of purposes was apple cider vinegar, with people commonly using it for a whole lot more than just adding […]

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