Dealing With the Summer Heat in an Eco-Friendly Manner

Depending on where in the country you live, the summer months can be unbearably hot. While running the air conditioning is an option for most, it does cost a lot of money and it isn’t very good for the environment. Still, there are a few alternatives that can help you beat the heat while also cutting back on your carbon...

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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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How’s It Been, Green Deal?

The Green Deal has officially been launched to the public last 28 January 2013 and how do you think is it going for the Government’s flagship green scheme? The Green Deal was first introduced as a part of the Energy Act of 2011 as a way for homeowners in and around the UK to have improved energy-efficiency measures without 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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5 Tips To Reduce Your Bills and Help The Environment

There are many obvious tips you can find online to reduce your monthly power and gas bills, but there are also a range of clever tricks that you may not have heard of to reduce your monthly power bills while also doing your part to save the environment. This article will discuss five tricks that will not only slash your monthly...

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