How Much Energy (and Money) Are you Wasting?

In order to save money on your energy bills it’s important to first understand your energy waste points. Energy can be wasted in a number of different ways, and once you know what to look for you’ll be seeing it everywhere. Seal drafts First of all if you feel a draft coming in, that means air can escape, so seal up any...

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Deconstructing the Cardinal Rules of Green Living

When it comes to living an eco-friendly lifestyle, there are a few “rules” that most environmentalists hold dear. Purchasing an electric car, buying energy efficient appliances and adopting a vegetarian diet are just three tips consumers will commonly run across during their research. Still, these messages are worth a second...

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Seaweed Insulation. Anyone?

Climate change, rising gas and energy prices, and expensive commodities are just some of the things we have to battle on a day to day basis and at one point, it all means one thing – the need for change. Now more than ever, we have to control how we use and manage energy in order to reduce its negative effects. And one way of...

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Top Eco-Friendly Ski Resorts

Skiing is one of the most popular winter sports. However, with the worry about pollution nowadays it also tends to be a bit more difficult to keep the environment clean while enjoying yourself on the slopes. Recently though, certain ski resorts have begun initiating schemes to help reduce the damage done, but not the...

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How to Cut Down Your Energy Use

Feb 15, 13 How to Cut Down Your Energy Use

Posted by in Featured, Green Living Tips, Guest Blogs

For home owners and businesses, it is becoming increasingly important to reduce our carbon footprints. Whether that means buying locally sourced food, leaving the car at home, or cutting down energy use; we are taking an increasingly active role in helping to protect the planet. But reducing our carbon footprint can have more than...

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