Wednesday, October 26, 2016
"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need.....not every man’s greed" -Mahatma Gandhi

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Ocean Plastic, Straw Injures Turtle

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Ocean Plastic I’m still looked at strange when I ask for a water with no straw when ordering a drink at a restaurant. I can’t wait for the day when asking for a straw garners that same response. Watch this video and you’ll see why: According to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)‚ garbage that washes into sewers or flies from ... Read More »

Non-GMO, 100% Organic Food for Kids

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Non-Gmo What if we could feed our students the nutritious, delicious, sustainable sourced food they truly deserve? Well, when schools in the Sausalito Marin City School District open their doors this August, they will do just that, by becoming the first 100 percent organic and non-GMO (genetically modified organisms) school district in the country! That’s right: More than 500 students ... Read More »

Project Sunroof, Is Solar Right for You?

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Project Sunroof Ever wonder how much would you’d save by installing solar panels? Google’s new Project Sunroof will not only answer that question, it’ll also let you know if your roof is right for panels and how to get them installed—simply by entering your address. Stick it where the sun shines! Project Sunroof can help you make the switch to solar ... Read More »

Planet Resources, 1 Year in Less Than 8 Months

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Planet Resources In less than eight months, humanity has used up nature’s budget (planet resources) for the entire year, with carbon sequestration making up more than half of the demand on nature, according to data from Global Footprint Network, an international sustainability think tank with offices in North America, Europe and Asia. Global Footprint Network tracks humanity’s demand on the planet ... Read More »

Energy Efficient Tips For Your Garage

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This infographic was created by Garage Door Repair Energy Efficient Here are 10 Tips To Make Your Garage More Energy Efficient: InsulateYour Garage Door: You can either buy an insulation kit or a new insulated door. The kit will be more affordable, however, may not provide as much insulation as a new door. Caulk between Your Garage Walls and Floor: ... Read More »

Renewable Energy Solution Courses

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Renewable Energy As Renewable Energy moves even further into the mainstream, the choice of related technologies you can use or recommend is growing at a fast pace. WHO IS IT FOR Professionals and individuals with a strong interest in the electrical equipment side of renewable systems, safety instruments and controls. An intensive one-day course with exam for the Galileo Master Certificate ... Read More »

Eco-Friendly Home, Tips On Building

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Building A More Eco-Friendly Home created by Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc   Eco-Friendly Home When a builder is fortunate and wise enough to build a Green, Eco-Friendly, sustainable home, here are some key tips to keep in mind: Some things to keep in mind when building a green home ECO-FRIENDLY HOME HOME PLAN & ORIENTATION 1. Orient home to ... Read More »

Coffee Roasters, That Are Eco-Friendly


Coffee Part 2/2 The U.S. is the world’s leading consumer, with Americans drinking some 400 million cups of Coffee each day. But, drinking a cup can be detrimental to people and the planet, and the industry says it will cost $4 billion and take decades to make the entire sector sustainable. But if you still want to enjoy your cup of ... Read More »

Coffee: World’s Biggest Source of Antioxidants


Coffee Part 1/2 ***Because I enjoy and have become a daily Coffee drinker, I have chosen to share this useful and Valuable information about the Daily Grind! Some believe it is healthy and energizing, while others claim it is addictive and harmful. When you look at the evidence, the majority of studies actually show that it is good for you. For example, coffee ... Read More »

Climate Action, This Island Nation Is Rising Up

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Climate Action Out in the central Pacific Ocean, straddling the equator and the International Date Line, lies an island group in Micronesia called Kiribati (pronounced ‘Kiri-bas’). It’s not “famous” like Hawaii, Bali or Tahiti but its scenery is just as, or even more magnificent. Its flag—a bird flying over the sun as it sets on the ocean horizon—is testament to its ... Read More »

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