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Dec 6th, 2013

Spare the Planet While Celebrating with these Eco-Friendly Party Ideas

The holidays are the perfect time for food, fun and festivities, but that doesn’t mean you have to forget about the environment. Eco-friendly party supplies, favors and decorations can all make for a memorable occasion without harming the Earth. Use one or more of the below suggestions to inspire your next holiday get-together: Party Decorations […]

Oct 2nd, 2013

The Solar Panel Explosion Coming in 2014 and Opportunities to Watch For

With governments and major institutions around the world making new commitments to renewable energy, many experts are predicting a huge boom in solar energy in 2014 and beyond. The solar panel market has continued to rise and expand throughout 2013, and this year, Deutsche Bank forecasted that the solar market would transition from subsidized to […]

Jul 17th, 2013

Enviroquotes: A Few Inspirational Quotes From Environmentally Focused Individuals

Throughout human history, the environment has played a central role in the lives of everyday people and great thinkers. While some have tried to subdue nature, others have rejoiced in its wonder and marveled at its beauty. This list is a collection of thoughts from people who let the environment play a central role in […]

May 29th, 2013

What To Do With Used Batteries

A common concern many people have is the fact that they do not know what they should do with their old used batteries. For years everyone threw their used household batteries in their trashcan; now however, we have learned that due to the toxic chemicals that are present in used batteries, we should not be […]

Jan 8th, 2013

Where Does America’s Energy Come From?

American’s are known for their massive consumption. However, each state also produces are certain amount of energy. Some of this energy is renewable, but most of it isnt’. Ambit Energy, a leading resource for information, news and tips on energy has created an excellent info graphic depicting some startling statistics for America’s energy consumption. For […]

Mar 28th, 2012

Simple Ways Businesses Can Save Money by going Green

Going green is not only good for the environment it’s also an easy way that businesses can save money. In a time when businesses are looking to save money before outsourcing, laying off employees or cutting back on marketing dollars there are simple ways they can save money by going green. Reduce Utility Bill Powering […]

Mar 5th, 2012

Building an Environmentally Friendly House

For those of us that are consious of the environement, there are often situations that we are aware of the environment when others may not be. Building or re-modelling your house can be one of those times. But without some knowledge about various materials, it can be difficult to make good decisions. If you are […]

Feb 28th, 2012

Ocean Wave Power

Here’s an interesting trend that we’ll want to keep our eyes on, courtesy of the US Department of Energy. Wave power devices extract energy directly from surface waves or from pressure fluctuations below the surface. Renewable energy analysts believe there is enough energy in the ocean waves to provide up to 2 terawatts of electricity. […]

Feb 21st, 2012

Simple Household Tips to Conserve

Here is one tip that can help you conserve materials that you may only use once a year but could be saved and reused all throughout the year. It is a tradition during Halloweens that kids get to dress up for a trick or treat.  Some kids wear scary costumes and others dress up as […]

Feb 9th, 2012

Can Solar Work In Cloudy Washington?

By Madeline Moss, Guest Blogger Spokeswoman for Global Green Energy Corporation Like Germany, Western Washington is cloudy a good portion of the year, yet we can learn from its example. More than 55 percent of the world’s photovoltaic power is generated in Germany. About 3 percent of Germany’s electricity comes from the sun, but the German government […]

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