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Eco friendly, Green Fixes for Your Home

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Eco Friendly Many people think that making home more green and eco-friendly is too complicated and expensive. In fact, there are numerous small and simple steps you can take in order to go green at home. So before immediately saying no to the green lifestyle, you may want to consider these tips and tricks for going green. Decrease phantom load ... Read More »

Eco Friendly Accommodation: The Essentials

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Eco Friendly If you are planning on running a hotel, bed and breakfast, lodge, or any other kind of accommodation business, it is vital that your facilities meet some quality standards. Apart from this, it is also paramount that your business is not harmful for the environment. Not only will this give you an outstanding reputation, but it will attract ... Read More »

Marine Debris Found In Dead Sperm Whales

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Marine Debris Large quantities of marine debris were found in the stomachs of sperm whales that washed up dead in Germany’s North Sea coast earlier this year. German environment minister Robert Habeck and Gerd Meurs, director of the Multimar national park center, hold up some of the waste found in the sperm whales’ bodies. Photo credit: Wadden Sea National Park The whales ... Read More »

Warming Arctic Will Cost $43 Trillion

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Warming Arctic The melting permafrost in the Arctic (warming arctic) could cost the world dearly. New research calculates that the economic damage that would flow from loss of permafrost and the increased emissions of greenhouse gases would add up to $43 trillion.  This is very nearly the estimated combined gross domestic product last year of the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, UK, France ... Read More »

Renewable Energy, 96 Cities Go 100%

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Renewable Energy While countries have dragged their feet for years on meaningful climate action, many cities around the world have forged ahead with sustainability efforts. In July, about 60 mayors pledged to fight climate change at a two-day conference hosted by Pope Francis. Several cities have even made impressive strides to ditch fossil fuels in favor of renewables. Two recent reports have ... Read More »

Renewable Energy, 100% Possible by 2050

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Renewable Energy 100 percent renewable energy for all is achievable by 2050, creating jobs and cutting fuel costs, according to Greenpeace’s latest Energy [R]evolution report. Researched in collaboration with the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), the report finds that the clean energy transition—including the electricity, transport and heating sectors—will create 20 million jobs over the next 15 years, and unlike coal will provide energy ... Read More »

Greener Temperature Control in a Small Home

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Greener Temperature We all strive to make our homes warmer in the wintertime and cooler during the scorching summer months. There’s one term that encapsulates the entire concept – thermal regulation. Still, how to obtain it in a small abode by using eco tools and measures? Read More »

Energy Saving Fixes for Your Home

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Energy Saving Turning your home into an eco-friendly place is imperative. What’s more, it wouldn’t cost you a fortune, and you’d be doing both yourself and the environment a huge favor. Fixing all the leaks, reducing the water consumption, draft-proofing the home and many other interventions would save you a lot of money that you’d otherwise spend on paying the ... Read More »

Sustainable Living, Not a Distant Dream Anymore

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***Article Revised and Republished Sustainable Living  Global warming affects every single part of our lives. The ice caps are melting, we have ozone holes above the poles and the majority of large metropolitan areas struggle with high concentration of exhaust fumes. It’s clear that humankind has been galloping towards a polluted and apocalyptic future for decades. Because of that, scientists ... Read More »