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: Going Green With the Cloud

December 16, 2013 by  
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When it comes to promoting green issues, the Cloud is a natural fit. In order to successfully promote the green movement, it’s vital that campaigns are engaging and get people involved. Cloud-based marketing lends itself brilliantly to just that, making it a valuable tool for green-lovers everywhere. So what makes the Cloud so great for […]

Guest Post – Going Green With Your Diet

November 11, 2013 by  
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We all know that going green hugely benefits the environment, but what about us? Surprisingly, going green has substantial benefits on our overall health, as well. Research conducted by Green Seal and EnviroMedia Social Marketing found that 82% of consumers buy green products and services. By going green, you’re choosing to live a life that […]

Guest Post: Construction Companies and Recycling

October 9, 2013 by  
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Have you ever driven by a construction site and wondered if any of the waste products still have shelf life? There are many kinds of construction waste products that can be recycled and made use of for other purposes other than the company’s operations. Some of the most common waste products include the excess construction […]

Guest Post: How to save a stroke victim’s life

October 4, 2013 by  
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A stroke is almost like a ‘brain attack’, it happens when a certain part of the brain is starved of the vital blood supply it needs to function. This can cause cells to be damaged and die. When this happens the effects are instant and are both external and internal. A stroke can affect different […]

Guest Post: 10 Quick and Easy Water Saving Tips

October 1, 2013 by  
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For those of you who consider saving water a task reserved purely for hippies, then have a read of this… Hard-Hitting Facts: Do Not Ignore • Every 40 seconds a child dies from water-related diseases. • 700,000 children die every year from diarrhoea: a consequence of having unsafe water and poor sanitation. • 2.7 million […]

Guest Post: Biggest Challenges to Making Wind Energy Work

September 29, 2013 by  
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Wind farms dot the landscape across the United States, generating more than 153 terawatt-hours of electricity in the year from May 2012 to May 2013. To date, the U.S. Department of Energy predicts that wind power could provide 20% of the country’s electricity by 2030. But even with these optimistic figures, the wind energy industry […]

Guest Post: How Can Hospitals Capitalize on Recycling?

September 29, 2013 by  
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One of the most efficient ways to protect the environment is through recycling used products and equipment. Some of the members of both private and public sectors have already made a conscious effort to use this method in order to contribute to this agenda. Aside from the purpose of preserving the beauty of the environment, […]

Guest Post: If you love it, keep it for life!

September 16, 2013 by  
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If you take a look around your average UK home, you’ll find a number of products which probably won’t be in your life for more than a few years.  Your toaster and your kettle  for example, probably your stereo, undoubtedly your phone, and perhaps even your car. We generate about 228 million tonnes of waste […]

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