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Protecting the Environment: International Coastal Cleanup Day...

Protecting the environment is important to every person’s survival, regardless of his or her beliefs about climate change and global warming. You, as an individual, may have various ways you go about conserving energy, reducing waste and lowering your overall environmental footprint. Keeping the ocean clean and free of waste may or may not be [...Read More]
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Is Food Waste Destined to Become Our Next Renewabl...

September 15th, 2014

In order for us to become a more sustainable society, significant changes need to be made. In many parts of the world... Read More

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Drought or No Drought: Water Conservation Choices ...

September 5th, 2014

As World Water Week comes to a close, I thought it would be good to provide a little more information and tips... Read More

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5 Ways College Students Can Be Energy Efficient Wh...

August 20th, 2014

As a college student, conserving energy may not be your number one priority. But being energy efficient while living in on campus... Read More

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Reusable, Recyclable or…Edible?...

August 15th, 2014

With so many one-use items on the market today, it is a wonder that landfills are not overflowing beyond their borders. The... Read More

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Sustainable Light Source: No Batteries, Plugs, Sol...

August 1st, 2014

Plugging in a light is simple when you live in a first-world country. You have access to electricity, you can choose between LED lights and CFL lights, and you can even tap into solar power for a more sustainable source of energy. Batteries for a flashlight or lamp can... Read More

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Portable Invention May Solve All Your Gardening Tr...

July 26th, 2014

Do you have trouble maintaining a garden? Do you plant vegetables and herbs with the best sustainable intentions, but for some reason things never seem to work out as planned? Is your thumb a little less than green? Gardening is not for everyone…or at least that’s what some people... Read More

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7 Eco-Friendly Camping Tips...

July 16th, 2014

Camping is one of those activities many people have come to know as one of their favorite pastimes. There are many different ways to camp. Some people go “glamping” (glamorous camping), while others would rather stick to the more-traditional tent camping. Other people would rather rough it out in... Read More

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What Can Be Powered By Solar?...

July 7th, 2014

Renewable energy innovation is at an all time high as people look for opportunities to become less dependent on fossil fuels and other nonrenewable energy sources. Even energy companies are realizing the benefits of mainstreaming solar power and other renewable options. One of the most talked about solar inventions... Read More

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Benefits of Recycling E-Waste Through Proper Urban...

June 28th, 2014

With consumerism at an all time high, it is no surprise the volume of e-waste our society is generating is also on the rise. What is most astounding is the number of precious metals that continue to be lost as a result of our inability to effectively recycle our... Read More

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4 Toxic Products That Can Ruin Your Summer and the...

June 16th, 2014

As we head into summer, there are probably a number of activities you, family and friends have planned. Maybe you are planning a family vacation or a day trip to the beach. Whether you are looking at spending some time away from home or you are planning on opting for... Read More

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Let Nature Take the Cake This Father’s Day...

June 7th, 2014

If you are unsure of what to do for your dad this Father’s Day, or tired of doing the same thing year after year, why not let nature take the cake this year? Get away from the norm and do something different with your dad.¬†I’m not saying you need... Read More