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Feb 17

Infographic: Which States Care Most About the Environment

People in different parts of the U.S. are naturally going to have different interests. But you would think there are some topics attractive to everyone; the weather, for example, what movies are playing at the theater, or even how to recycle certain items. SaveOnEnergy.com decided to take a look at who’s searching Google for common …

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Mar 20

Benefits of the New EPA Vehicle Emission Standards

On March 3, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it plans to enact a new rule that will impose stricter vehicle emission standards, in an effort to reduce air pollution from cars and trucks. The rule has been dubbed Tier 3, and will go into effect on January, 2017. The EPA hopes that the …

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Dec 16

5 Eco-Friendly Destinations in Napa Valley

Napa Valley was practically tailor made for those who love the finer things in life, complete with more vineyards than you can shake a stick at, copious eateries staffed by 5-star chefs, high-end art galleries within a stone’s throw, and spa resorts galore, just for starters. But the truly discerning traveler may be looking for …

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Sep 25

Natural Spas & Other Relaxing Outdoor Getaways

Looking to get away for the ultimate relaxing vacation? Planning a trip to a resort or spa can be a daunting task with so many locations to choose from in the United States alone. This list offers a few excellent locations to help get you started. There are literally thousands of options to choose from, …

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Jan 15

California Reaches Renewable Energy Milestone

The environment is pretty high on everybody’s list of concerns these days, and for very good reason. It’s become pretty apparent — in an inescapable way, many would argue — that we’ve not done the best job at keeping the environment in great shape. We’ve certainly come a long way technologically, but apparently we’ve done …

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