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Eco Friendly Home Improvements That Count

If we’re to believe all the Home Depot and Lowe’s Home Improvement Ads, then apparently summer is the time for maniac DIY projects plus the slumbering weekend warriors with their hammers and nails have awoken from a long winter’s nap. Although some could tackle some seriously ambitious projects like a brand new deck (i.e.- my neighbors), there are some of us in search of simpler projects to update the house and make it a far more eco-friendly one.

Aquaponics Is Fun To Say, But What Is It?

You’ve seen the buzz words all over the web; aquaponics and aquaponic gardening. Even aquaculture. But, what do they mean? This article is going to attempt to explain aquaponics in easy-to-understand terms. Because, if you’ve done any searching on the subject, all you seem to get is a bunch of big words that only leave you reaching for the dictionary and still wondering what the heck aquaponic gardening is.

Eight Great Water Conservation Ideas

One state that has experienced its fair share of H2O shortages is California. After every California H2O crisis, there is always a rush to correct the problems that lead to that H2O shortage. However, if everyone tried their best to conserve H2O on a daily basis, perhaps the impact of the next California drought could be minimized. Here are eight H2O saving tips you can use to help solve this problem.

Natural Looking Cedar Ball Topiary Double for Indoors And Outdoors

Since these are artificial plants made of silk, the common notion is they can and should only be put inside our houses or offices. But since there had been great demands for artificial topiaries, today’s production of artificial plants have been improved. They are now made with materials that contain UV or ultra violet inhibitors that can withstand different weather conditions.

Today’s Modern Shed!

Today, one of the most popular trends in society is ‘going green.’ This articles discusses the many uses for a modern shed, including ‘green living’.

Cost of Home Solar Energy Systems – Do You Get The Investment Back?

Although the energy itself is called free energy, because you basically collect power from the sun, the system itself does come at a cost. For some of the people, the cost is high. How much is the cost of home solar energy systems?

Solar Power: Money Saver and Environment Saver

The advances in technology have been our helping hand in dealing with life for the better. It has been our main recourse to survive the ever changing world. And this resulted to the widespread use of fossil fuels and as it resulted to some negative effects on our environment.

RV Solar Panels: Bringing the Power of Nature to Your Own RV

Having an RV solar panel can greatly enhance your camping experience, while at the same time possibly saving your life. Save on fuel today and install your own solar panels to ensure you have the best camping trip possible.

Eight Big California Water Myths

California is unfortunately a state that is plagued by water supply problems. However, many people do not know the true reasons behind each California water crisis. There are many myths that are propagated and used to take attention away from the true water conservation problems.

Why Is Using Sustainable Construction Materials Important?

With building, maintaining and occupying homes accounting for almost 50 per cent of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions, sustainable construction and the use of sustainable construction materials both have important roles to play in the war on energy waste and environmentally unfriendly living. In fact there are a whole host of reasons why using sustainable construction materials make sense. More than just the direct environmental benefits such as the ability to cut down on avoidable heat loss or the impact on the environment in the production and transport of certain types of traditional and environmentally unfriendly construction materials, there are…

Water Shortages

Water is life. Of all the resources in the world, H2O is the most necessary, and the most often taken for granted. One can live for up to 30 days without food, but humans will perish in three days without H2O.

The Science of Clean

Kids learn by example. When their teachers emphasize the importance of preserving the world around them, they’ll be inspired to teach their parents to do the same.

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