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Oct 13

The Most Compelling Benefits of Riding a Bike Instead of Driving

It has been long established that riding a bike is the way to go if you want to make a difference for your environment. Cars can be real detrimental to the environment and sacrificing a bit of speed in favor of a healthier world is something that many will take gladly.  However, many are no …

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Jan 25

5 Most Incredible Electric Bicycle Tours

With electric bicycles rising in popularity every day, more and more people are picking them up. They are very environment friendly and also offer efficiency. Some of those people had the inspiration and courage to go on some of the longest expeditions by electric bike in the world. Today we’re taking a look at the …

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Sep 02

10 Top Reasons to Use a Bike for Transportation

There are all sorts of brilliant reasons why you should consider making a bicycle your number one mode of transport, here are just ten of them: 1. Environment Throughout the manufacture and lifetime of every type of automotive vehicle, carbon emissions that pollute the air, harming ourselves and the environment are generated. By switching some …

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Aug 25

15 Ways to Go Green and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Going green, reducing your carbon footprint, and maybe even saving a bit of money while we do all of that sounds magical. If you want to lighten your carbon footprint and live a greener and more environmentally conscious lifestyle; this post if for you. We are going to cover 15 actionable ways you can go …

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May 05

Eco-friendly Tips For Anti Aging Skin Care For All Age Women

We all love watching those adults who look so young and fresh. So what is their secret to looking younger than their biological age? The process of aging is inevitable. But, there are plenty of ways, particularly environmental-friendly ways to slow down this process. The acceleration of aging is caused due to many factors, and …

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May 04

How to Breathe Life into Old Household Items

We sometimes shop around for items we think we need when we have exactly what we want lying around the house. Rather than buying something new, think of how you could give your old household items new life! Who knew recycling could be so fun? Here are just a couple of project ideas to save …

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Dec 30

Simple Green New Year’s Resolutions

Start the New Year off right. Whether you officially have “Go Green” as one of your New Year’s resolutions it should be something to think about. Going green can be one of the smartest and easiest things you do. You can also save money. I promise each of these is easier than quitting smoking or losing 20 …

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Jan 11

5 Ways That Eco Travel Is Different From Regular Traveling

If you’re someone who is particularly sensitive to the needs of the environment, then there’s a great chance that it affects every area of your life from what you eat to how you use the energy in your home—even to how you travel both locally and abroad. And if you have family members or friends …

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Jan 10

Touring Israel By Bike

I have been an avid cyclist since high school and I been camping all of my life. I never thought to put the two together until a friend of my wife turned me on to bike touring two years ago and I’ve been hooked ever since. My trips have been fairly modest two day affairs …

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Jul 30

Eco-Friendly Tips for Summer School Students

Most kids would rather be out enjoying nature than thinking about the impact they’re having on it, but it’s not hard to get them on board with protecting the forests and streams that they love to play in, especially considering they don’t have to drastically change their lifestyle in order to do so. And for …

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Jun 11

Ways to Improve Gas Mileage

As the summer heat begins to blanket the country, it brings with it rising gas prices. And the economy is unforgiving on our monthly budgets. There’s nothing to really be done about the cost of a gallon of gas, short of far-ranging changes in transportation, but you can still lower your cost of living with …

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Apr 11

Greenify Your Commute: The Greenest Ways to Get to Work

Commuting is a hard sell no matter how you look at it. Sure you need to work, and sometimes that means driving a fair distance, especially if you already own a home or have a specialty occupation that cannot be readily practiced outside of certain areas (or both). But nobody enjoys sitting in gridlock for …

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