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Jun 26

A Greener Home is as Easy as Changing a Light Bulb

Image source   When people think about ways they can make their homes greener, they tend to think they need to have a life whereby their roof is made of solar panels, their garden is a wind farm, they have self-sustaining vegetable patch and gutters that recycle their water. Yes, this would be fantastic. It …

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Jun 22

How to Save and Reuse Water, Inside and Outdoors

Practically anyone could benefit from using less water, whether they live in a drought region or not. Fortunately, everyone in your household can make a difference if you get on the same page. These tips make it easy to cut down on your water consumption, from cooking to gardening. 1. Get Everyone on Board The trouble …

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Jun 14

Who is Climate Change Going to Affect Most?

Climate change is clearly a global problem. But its impact is not quite that indiscriminate- it affects some places more drastically than others. Low-lying areas are particularly susceptible to the floods wrought by rising sea-levels, whilst tropical cyclones are set to become an ever more frequent threat to locations perched precariously on the edge of …

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Jun 12

Key Tips On How To Clean Your Car In An Environmentally Way

You may not realize it, but washing your car can be especially damaging to the environment. This is partially because running water from your hose during the duration of your car wash uses a ton of water, and partially because the water washes toxins that have accumulated on the surface of your car away and …

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May 05

How To Reduce Your Home Wastage For A Happier Planet

The home can be a substantial source of environmental waste. From food and water to things like electricity and heating gas, the average household could do much better at preventing excessive waste. We produce enormous amounts of waste at home each year. In fact, in only the first four months of this year, there has …

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Apr 27

Green Energy: Why You Should Own A Tankless Solar Water Heater

There are a thousand reasons why your home should have a solar water heater as discussed in tankless water heater reviews. Let us look at some of the main reasons why you should have one today. Source: pinterest.com Renewable Energy Source Knowing that solar energy is available to us – particularly with the escalating concerns …

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Apr 20

8 Surprising Health Benefits of Ice Cold Water Therapy

Some people enjoy bathing in warm water while drifting off in their thoughts. Others prefer a good old fashioned refresher to start the day. For those who prefer hot showers and baths, it’s time to consider switching the dial over to cold. Besides its refreshing quality, cold showers can be instrumental for your overall health …

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Apr 06

How to Get Rid of Headaches Without Side Effects

Headaches seem to be simple problems when we talk about them. But they are no way simple either in terms of sickness or the treatment. Headache causes are underlying in our daily habits of food and physical activity. If we catch a good control over them, the treatments to get rid of headaches become very …

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Mar 30

5 Components of Urban Regeneration

In many of the world’s most populated cities, the collapse of industrial and manufacturing industries has left areas riddled with inadequate housing, unemployment, and few prospects for prosperity. Urban regeneration is the campaign to reverse that decline by improving both the physical landscape of an area and its economy. Redeveloping an area that is suffering …

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Mar 16

5 Ways to Make Your Restaurant More Eco-Friendly

In recent years the topic of green economy and eco-friendliness among businesses has become a very sensitive one. With each passing day it is becoming more and more imperative that businesses, especially restaurants, become greener and more sustainable. Low impact gastronomy is actually not only possible but also preferred by many chefs across the world …

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Feb 23

How To Recycle Water In Your Self-Build

One of the biggest waste products from a house is water and while some of this cannot be used for anything else for obvious reasons, there are a surprising number of ways that your water can be recycled.  Such schemes are already being advertised to supermarkets and other large businesses but how can self-build homes …

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Jan 26

Energy Storage Systems Revitalize the Renewable Movement

Energy storage has been a fundamental part of the power grid since it was invented. It allows us to keep our power on when demand is greater than supply, and helps to moderate issues like power surges and storms. It only makes sense that these storage systems would have to be part of our power …

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