Ten Myths About Going Green that You Should Know

July 25th, 2013

Going green is a great concept that could help to save the environment. Unfortunately, there are a few misconceptions about living a green lifestyle. Here are ten myths about going green that you should know. -It will not make a difference if I choose to not live a green lifestyle. -Recycled products are inferior to [...]

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Animals that Should be on Endangered Lists But Aren’t

June 5th, 2013

While there are many animals that are on the endangered species list, there are still many more animal that desperately need our protection in order to survive. Here is a list of animals that should be on the endangered species list but aren’t: 1.) The Oregon spotted frog: This small amphibian prefers to dwell in [...]

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Hidden Environmental Dangers in Your Home

March 22nd, 2013

Creating and maintaining a more environmentally sustainable household is an important concern for many home and property owners. The products, materials and even the appliances in your home may be responsible for far more damage to the environment than you may have thought possible. Investing in a superior range of options, services and alternatives can [...]

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Saving on Energy

January 27th, 2012

Looking at http://www.texaselectricityproviders.com/ is a great way to find out more about the best energy rates in your area but do you know what to do if you’ve already signed a contract and you’re trying to save money on your monthly energy costs? Here are a few ideas from our readers:Start to conserve: It’s good [...]

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Maximizing Natural Heating and Cooling in Your Home

June 20th, 2011

The high cost of energy in our current economy is driving families to find more ways to reduce their energy costs. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to use energy more efficiently by maximizing natural heating and cooling in your home. Energy usage can be drastically reduced in some cases by merely [...]

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What to Look for in a Fuel-Efficient Vehicle

May 26th, 2011

With gas prices soring, many people are looking to purchase vehicles that are going to ease their pain at the pump. This can come in the form of hybrids, electric guitars, or just more fuel efficient vehicles that don’t guzzle gas like they are dying of thirst in a desert. Your budget is going to [...]

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Why Buying Organic is Better for your Local Environment

May 19th, 2011

Organic foods are better for your health and physical fitness for many reasons but the most important is the benefit that organics bring to your own local environment. Your surroundings whether inside your home or outside in the community directly impact your wellness. When there are pesticides and additives such as artificial colors and flavorings [...]

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