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Quick Green Tips for Every Day

December 10, 2010 by  
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Many people just want to know what they can do to live green. And when it comes down to it, what people do every day is what makes a cumulative difference. Here are fifteen easy-to-implement tips on green living for every day. 1. When you wash dishes, don’t leave the water running while you scrub […]

Green Living Ideas – Save Earth, Save Life

December 2, 2010 by  
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Green living makes us to live healthily. It saves money and also environment. It is essential to live Green in order to save the earth from global warming. It is our responsibility to save our earth and it is in our hands to save the earth. But we don’€™t know what are the ideas are […]

Should You Consider Switching to Biodiesel?

December 1, 2010 by  
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Biodiesel is considered a “green” fuel. It is made from plant-based oils such as sunflower, flax, and soybean oils or the ubiquitous “vegetable oil.” But you can’t just pour vegetable oil into your gas tank. Biodiesel is a mix of vegetable oil and alcohol (usually ethanol, which is derived from corn). The glycerin inherent in […]

Solar Sun Jars

October 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Eco Home, Green Living

Solar Sun Jar Green Energy Charges During the Day Lights Up at Night Jam jars store jam the Sun jar collects and stores sunshine so that you can use it at night Original design by Tobias Wong Made with a traditional Mason jar and high tech energy efficient lighting! Captured inside the jar are a […]

How To Measure Your Carbon Footprint

December 10, 2009 by  
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  If you’re conscientious about being more environmentally friendly and living a greener life, then one of the things you may want to check out is your carbon footprint. Your carbon footprint, as defined by carbonfootprint.com is “a measure of the impact our activities have on the environment.”  It is specific to climate change and […]

How To Compost

July 4, 2008 by  
Filed under Green Living, Homesteads

Nothing excites a green gardener more than composting. It is the ultimate form of recycling, turning household waste such as old newspapers and vegetable peelings into valuable organic matter that will reinvigorate the soil and in turn aid the cultivation of plants. And, if you grow your own fruit or vegetables using this compost, then […]

Green Camping

April 12, 2008 by  
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There’s a special kind of excitement about packing up to go camping. No television, no telephone ringing…just the sound of birds in the morning and the clean smell of the woods. That feeling can come to a screeching halt if when you arrive at your site you see remnants of the last city dweller who […]

Green Weddings

April 11, 2008 by  
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Many eco-conscious brides and grooms are not only making statements about their love to family and community but are making statements about their passion for protecting the environment through the ways in which they celebrate their weddings. There are so many ways that couples can continue their green lifestyles even as they celebrate what is […]

Green Valentines

February 9, 2008 by  
Filed under Green Holidays, Green Living

Valentine’s Day is a huge commercial holiday. Millions of dollars will be made on sales of flowers, candy, cards, and gift designed to show your love and appreciation for that special someone in your life. But green living fans can make the most out this holiday by making more conscious purchases. Need some ideas? Here […]