10 Convincing Reasons to Go Solar

May 27 2:24am Greentumble
Next time you are looking at your utility bill, remember our 10 irresistible reasons that will convince you to go solar.
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The Beauty of Fresh Figs: Brazilian Fig Torte & Fig Avocado Salsa

May 25 1:17pm Small Footprint Family
Figs are coming into season here in Southern California, and trees all over the neighborhood are absolutely loaded with them. Here are two fresh fig recipes to help you enjoy the bounty of these special fruits. © 2016 All rights reserved. With the exception of short excerpts and social sharing on Facebook, Pinterest, etc. please do not republish or reprint this article without permission of the author. Read the original article at: The Beauty of Fresh Figs: Brazilian Fig Torte & Fig Avocado Salsa...
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What to Bring to Summer Camp

May 25 1:09pm Groovy Green Livin
Every morning one of my kids makes the countdown announcement: “Only ten more days until summer!” We still have a few more weeks of school here in the Northeast, but summer vacation is right around the corner. And everyone’s ready....continue reading this post →...
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Tesla Model 3 said to do 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds

May 25 9:19am TechCrunch » GreenTech
 The Tesla Model 3 is so close you could taste it (probably tastes like car) but we don’t yet know final specs on the vehicle. A new retail comparison chart surfaced at the Tesla Model 3 Owners Club forum (via InsideEVs) that offers some insight into what we can expect for specs, though it seems primarily designed to remind prospective buyers how great the Model S is by comparison. In… Read More...
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Flu Fighting Popsicles

May 25 6:30am The Pistachio Project
It’s rare that my family comes down with the flu. I attribute that greatly thanks to us taking elderberry syrup during flu season. However, we were not so lucky recently. First my youngest got it and we were thinking it might just be a fluke thing. She seemed pretty normal… then a few days later […] The post Flu Fighting Popsicles appeared first on The Pistachio Project.
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12 practical tips to use less gas and pollute less

May 25 4:37am
When you use less gas, you not only save money. You use less fossil fuel. Not only do you save what goes out your tail pipe. You save whatever fuel it would cost to refine and transport the gas you … Continue reading → The post 12 practical tips to use less gas and pollute less appeared first on Sustaining Our World.
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Climate Change in East Africa

May 25 2:29am Greentumble
What is happening now in counties of East Africa should be a clear alarm bell for everyone to fight climate change. Of particular concern are increases of animal diseases and pests due to...
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How Does The Republican Party Claim The Christian Label? (Total Hypocrisy)

May 24 5:40pm PlanetSave
It’s rather crazy to me — the Republican Party is supposedly the “Christian” party and has the long-standing support of Bible-reading Christians in rural areas and Evangelicals. Somehow, a few loud-mouthed Christians and political propagandists have pulled on the strings of religious channels in order to get the public to put the Republican Party in the “Christian” bucket. […] How Does The Republican Party Claim The “Christian” Label? (Total Hypocrisy) was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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New Smart Fortwo EV: fewer dollars, more miles

May 24 4:37pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Mercedes-Benz announced the price of its new electric 2017 Smart Fortwo: $23,800 for the hard-top coupe and $28,000 for the cabrio with a sliding canvas roof. The new coupe’s price is $1,200 less than the outgoing model, but the cabrio’s price is exactly the same. Besides the price, there are some practical improvements for the new Fortwo EV. Read More...
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Easy Organic Gardening Hacks

May 24 12:28pm Get Green Be Well
These easy organic gardening hacks prove that having an organic garden doesn’t have to be hard. Trust me, I know! I think I’m the laziest gardener out there! I love my garden. I’ll walk through it over and over again, stopping to smell flowers or admire the beauty and getting lost in the moment. I... Read More » The post Easy Organic Gardening Hacks appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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Republicans Want To Rob America To Cut Taxes On The Rich

May 23 7:09pm PlanetSave
Republican politicians are an interesting breed of liars…. Politicians are supposed to explain to the voting public why their complicated, detailed policies are worth supporting and good for the country as a whole, or at least their constituents. But Republican politicians push one kind of policy obsessively, the kind that gives more money to the […] Republicans Want To Rob America … To Cut Taxes On The Rich was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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5 Steps to Help Encourage Your Kids to Love Nature

May 23 2:49pm Nature Moms Blog
Do you ever worry that your children don’t seem to love being outdoors as much as they should do? There’s so much to enjoy about nature, but in an age of gaming, virtual reality and relentless selfie-taking it can be hard to imagine how our children are ever going to appreciate the world outside their […] The post 5 Steps to Help Encourage Your Kids to Love Nature appeared first on Nature Moms Blog.
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Graduate Students in Extension study key California concerns

May 23 1:27pm Green Blog Feed
In 2013, a group of graduate students in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM) at the University of California, Berkeley sought out faculty support and successfully collaborated with UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) to launch the Program for Graduate Students in Extension (GSE). Participants receive up to a year of funding to conduct applied research and outreach to California communities, coordinate workshops and training events, and co-author...
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Forbes calls another PETA misstep success

May 23 11:44am Ecorazzi
The only 'success' or 'victory' for animals is new and continuing vegans.
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The Ways in Which Farming Can Win over Climate Change

May 23 2:04am Greentumble
The following examples represent strategies farmers can adopt to protect their livelihoods and secure global food supply under changing environmental conditions.
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The Wrong End of the Stick | Scorcher

May 22 4:00pm Blog – The Climate Trust
Sean Penrith, The Climate Trust Weekly Policy and Finance Update – May 22, 2017 The Wrong End of the Stick—the Undeniable Case for Offsets I want to talk about flexibility and the true role of offsets in California’s cap and trade program. But, let’s start with the global picture and revisit Paris together. The Agreement. It permitted […]...
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Got Goals? Ready to Try Meditation?

May 22 3:39pm Nature Moms Blog
Due to the fast pace of the modern world, making time to relax and focus has become a difficult task. Even when we make time, we often feel as though we can’t truly relax and live in the moment. Our mind wanders to our struggles, our busy schedule, our conflicts, and our worries. A truly […] The post Got Goals? Ready to Try Meditation? appeared first on Nature Moms Blog.
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Walk This Way: MicroActivist Leads Kids on California Beach Cleanups

May 22 11:26am PlanetSave
One kid decided that he would become an activist to save the oceans. He's enlisted other kids to clean California's beaches as a way to make a difference. Walk This Way: MicroActivist Leads Kids on California Beach Cleanups was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Connect with Nature: A Transformative Tale

May 22 7:00am Conservancy Talk
From researching plants for the best shade trees to planting pollinator gardens, volunteers invest sweat equity into each vacant lot we transform.
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Hitching Your Wagon To A Con

May 21 7:48pm PlanetSave
The people of the United States live in bubbles. We each fall into certain subcultures that have a lot of influence over what we think, what we feel, and what we are interested in discussing. In politics, subcultures are obsessively collected and fought over (via messaging/branding, if not policy) and major political parties do their best to motivate […] Hitching Your Wagon To A Con was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Many Insects Resistant To Genetic Manipulation Via CRISPR Editing Tool, Research Finds

May 21 4:51pm PlanetSave
Arguments for and against the use of genetic modification techniques in the agricultural and healthcare/disease-prevention sectors typically focus on potential impacts to human health, and/or to wider ecosystems and natural services (a much more important area to watch, in my opinion than human health). My issue with genetic modification and the use of genetically modified […] Many Insects Resistant To Genetic Manipulation Via CRISPR Editing Tool, Research Finds was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Im a WELL AP!

May 21 3:11pm Get Green Be Well
Last week, something amazing happened. Something that I’ve been dreaming of and studying for like a mad woman for months on end. I passed my certification for a test that I’ve been planning on taking ever since my architect husband came home one day and told me all about this new wellness certification through the company that... Read More » The post I’m a WELL AP! appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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Grave Effects of Climate Change on the Environment

May 21 2:09am Greentumble
Regrettably, climate change is not something we can afford to ignore any longer. Let’s go over some of the grave effects of climate change to the environment together.
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How Do Solar Panels and Solar Energy Work?

May 20 11:27am PlanetSave
If you need a primer on how solar energy and solar panels work, read on. How Do Solar Panels and Solar Energy Work? was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Plan an Eco Friendly Vacation Low Impact Travel Tips

May 20 1:29am Small Footprint Family
Every summer, millions of people world-wide travel far from home to enjoy holidays, vacations and family visits. All this moving around uses a lot of resources and generates a lot of pollution.  Here are some travel tips on how to have a great vacation with a smaller, more planet-friendly footprint… Plan for Eco-Tourism The World Conservation Union (IUCN) […] © 2016 All rights reserved. With the exception of short excerpts and social sharing on Facebook, Pinterest, etc. please do not republish or reprint this article without permission of the author. Read the original article at: Plan an Eco Friendly Vacation – Low Impact Travel Tips...
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5 New Discoveries in the Ocean

May 19 2:12am Greentumble
Let’s celebrate the wealth of our oceans by looking at five new discoveries made in our oceans not least thanks to modern technology!...
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Petition: Support Californias Single-Payer Health Care [Press Release]

May 18 3:36pm PlanetSave
Trump and his extreme Republican party are putting the lives of millions of Americans at risk by using Trumpcare to end Medicaid and Medicare and dismantle the Affordable Care Act. In California, lawmakers are fighting back, and they need our support to win. Progressive lawmakers in the California Senate just voted to advance the Healthy […] Petition: Support California’s Single-Payer Health Care [Press Release] was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Stop Complaining and Focus On Solutions

May 18 2:25pm Nature Moms Blog
I have some brutally honest words to share with you today and for some of you, it will not be the easiest thing to read and come to grasp with. I know, I have been on the other end before and thought…”Geez…what do they know! They don’t know me or what I struggle with!” I’m sharing […] The post Stop Complaining and Focus On Solutions appeared first on Nature Moms Blog.
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Using Targeted Pest Control To Protect Wildlife

May 18 1:29pm Nature Moms Blog
Wildlife pests are extremely frustrating. They dig up our flowers, devour our vegetable gardens, and potentially spread disease to our pets or even to people. When we find out we have a wildlife problem, we get very emotional and develop a serious vindictive streak. All we can think about is revenge when we find our […] The post Using Targeted Pest Control To Protect Wildlife appeared first on Nature Moms Blog.
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Enjoy nature, but don't love it to death

May 18 11:40am Green Blog Feed
Spring is here and that means time to get outside and enjoy California's beauty. This year people are out in record numbers to see wildflowers and experience all the recreational opportunities that parks offer. CNN reported triple the usual number of visitors to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Numbers of recreational visits have surged at National Parks across the county with 330 million visitors recorded last year, during the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Recently published...
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Recycling Styrofoam: solving an environmental headache

May 18 4:20am
Never, ever put Styrofoam in your recycling container. It will break into tiny little pieces in the sorting equipment at your local recycling facility. Then it will get all over everything else. It will contaminate every bale of sorted recyclables. … Continue reading → The post Recycling Styrofoam: solving an environmental headache appeared first on Sustaining Our World.
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Ancala and Peel Group launch independent multi-utility operator [Press Release]

May 17 5:29pm PlanetSave
Ancala and Peel Group launch independent multi-utility operator New joint venture will provide platform to invest in and benefit from growth in independent gas, electricity, district heating and water utility networks   – London, 15th May, 2017 – Ancala Partners LLP (‘Ancala’), the independent mid-market infrastructure investment manager, and The Peel Group, one of the […] Ancala and Peel Group launch independent multi-utility operator [Press Release] was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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CleanTechnicas Second Annual EV Report [Press Release]

May 17 5:26pm PlanetSave
Important Media/CleanTechnica    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE accounts@importantmedia.org San Francisco, CA: CleanTechnica, the world’s largest cleantech news website, announced the release of the second CleanTechnica EV Report on May 3, 2017. Electric Car Drivers: Desires, Demands & Who They Are is a unique, in-depth report about EV driver needs, desires, user experiences, and demographics. The final […] CleanTechnica’s Second Annual EV Report [Press Release] was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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New Vegan Cookbook by Andrea Bertoli [Press Release]

May 17 5:23pm PlanetSave
  Gettin’ Saucy Makes Healthy Eating Sassier, Saucier A new cookbook from vegan chef Andrea Bertoli San Francisco, CA: Gettin’ Saucy: 40 Recipes to Make your Meals Sassier and Sexier is the first cookbook from Andrea Bertoli, a vegan chef, educator and writer. The recipes come from her years of experience teaching cooking classes and […] New Vegan Cookbook by Andrea Bertoli [Press Release] was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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PIG TRIAL VERDICT: PIGS LOSE, PETA WINS

May 17 8:41am Ecorazzi
In short, the lawyers ineptly argued that pigs are not property, and then went on to argue that they are property.
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Buyer Beware: BPA Could Still Be Lurking in Your Canned Food

May 17 7:56am Groovy Green Livin
Do you eat canned foods? A recent survey found that over half of American families eat canned fruit, vegetables, beans, soups, or meat/fish. About 40\% of Americans use canned milk. If you are one of the millions of Americans who eat...continue reading this post →...
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What Are Indicators of Ocean Health?

May 17 2:42am Greentumble
What are indicators of ocean health? It is clear that if our oceans are healthy, marine life will be healthy...But if we continue at this pace, by the end of the 21st...
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Cheddar Pecan Caramel Popcorn Recipe

May 16 3:51pm Get Green Be Well
This post is written by me on behalf of General Mills. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Acorn Influence, Inc. and its advertiser. When you are on the go all the time and don’t have the time to buy fresh veggies, it is nice to know that you can... Read More » The post Cheddar Pecan Caramel Popcorn Recipe appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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SolarCity founder Lyndon Rive is leaving Tesla in June

May 16 8:58am TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Lyndon Rive, the CEO and co-founder of SolarCity prior to its acquisition by Tesla, will leave the automaker/energy company in June. Rive announced his departure on Monday in an interview with Reuters, saying he’s departing in order to spend more time with family and will also be spinning up a new company sometime next year. Since the two companies combined, Rive has been working as… Read More...
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Join The Climate Trusts Board of Directors

May 15 3:37pm Blog – The Climate Trust
Kasey Krifka, The Climate Trust May 12, 2017   The Climate Trust, a mission-driven nonprofit that specializes in financing climate solutions, is actively seeking candidates for two open seats on our Board of Directors. The Climate Trust is governed with the assistance of experienced business leaders—a network of specialists who have agreed to provide meaningful advisory services on […]...
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Volunteering in Paradise

May 15 7:00am Conservancy Talk
The volunteer posting read: “Must have a willingness to get your hands dirty.”...
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Russian Oil, Russian Billions, Trump World, Russian Hacking, FBI Director Firing, & Democracy

May 15 5:15am PlanetSave
When you think of healthy democracies, you definitely think of petrostates, right? Some would like to characterize Russia as a more varied and robust economy, but the US Energy Information Administration has pegged 50\% of Russia’s income as coming from oil & gas (for some reason, that link is broken for me at the moment, […] Russian Oil, Russian Billions, Trump World, Russian Hacking, FBI Director Firing, & Democracy was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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5 Ways to Boosting Ocean Health

May 15 2:57am Greentumble
Do you know that our seas and oceans are suffering from serious ill health? Luckily, we know 5 ways to boosting ocean health. Continue reading to learn what can be done...
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Hillary Clinton Fires FBI Director Investigating Her Deep Ties To Russia & Potentially Hacking The US Election

May 14 4:31pm PlanetSave
The trail of insanity is hard to follow at this stage — there seem to be 100 shocking actions a month coming out of Clinton Co. Democrats should be ashamed, especially since they are consistently defending Hillary for unconstitutional attacks on judges, the independent free press, US Congress, civil rights leaders, top US intelligence agencies, and […] Hillary Clinton Fires FBI Director Investigating Her Deep Ties To Russia & Potentially Hacking The US Election was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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CityConnect shows you how climate change will impact your own home

May 14 1:31pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 We’ve all seen the maps that show Florida being consumed by rising sea levels. But many of us still underestimate the impact of climate change because we can’t actually visualize its effects on the places we care about. In just a few hours at the TechCrunch NY2017 Hackathon, James Butler, Caitlin Squyres and Florian Carls put together CityConnect,  a tool that lets people… Read More...
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Val.ai lets self-driving cars bid for parking spots

May 14 12:49pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Where will self-driving cars go once they drop you off? In big cities, parking can be expensive and take forever to find. But TechCrunch Disrupt NY hackathon team Val.ai built a way for autonomous vehicles to participate in auctions for nearby parking spaces. Read More...
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Editorial: FDRs Four Freedoms Seem Lacking Today

May 13 5:12pm PlanetSave
Are the Four Freedoms that FDR explained and that Norman Rockwell painted still alive and well in the U.S.? Editorial: FDR’s Four Freedoms Seem Lacking Today was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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The only label you need on egg cartons: exploitative

May 12 9:44am Ecorazzi
We have to recognize that the ‘free range’ campaign (and the many chicken related campaigns like it) is as frivolous as the ‘humane meat’ one.
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In The USA, Its OK To Be An Idiot

May 11 11:24am PlanetSave
Let’s just start with a note that should be obvious to everyone: If Obama had deep and long financial ties to Russia (and many of his campaign leaders did as well), was under investigation by the FBI for this, and then fired the head of the FBI (right after he asked for more resources to […] In The USA, It’s OK To Be An Idiot was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Heres Why You Should Stop Using Dryer Sheets

May 11 10:43am Groovy Green Livin
Who doesn’t love the smell of clean laundry? When we take our clothing out of a hot dryer there’s an expectation that they’ll smell fresh and clean. That signature scent is usually from the detergent, dryer sheets and other laundry...continue reading this post →...
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Groupon Coupons for Extra Savings at Vitacost

May 11 9:34am Get Green Be Well
You likely know by now that I absolutely love online shopping for extra savings for natural and organic products that I use all of the time. Shopping online lets me order exactly what I want, often from brands that just can’t be found in stores near me, AND I save extra money. How can that... Read More » The post Groupon Coupons for Extra Savings at Vitacost appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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How to Naturally Fix Your Hair Issues

May 11 6:36am The Pistachio Project
The following is a guest post by Helen Cartwright Hair is a part of your image. Some styles and lengths can portray certain types of personalities. It doesn’t matter what hairstyle you have, you want your hair to be healthy and strong. Know how stress plays a role, how certain foods aide in hair growth, what to avoid […] The post How to Naturally Fix Your Hair Issues appeared first on The Pistachio Project.
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Will velomobiles help commuters and shoppers save gas?

May 11 4:04am
Velomobiles have been around since before the First World War. A cross between a car and a recumbent tricycle, they provide an enclosure for the rider to improve aerodynamics and offer protection from bad weather. The design makes it possible … Continue reading → The post Will velomobiles help commuters and shoppers save gas? appeared first on Sustaining Our World.
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Saving Romanias Forests

May 11 3:35am Greentumble
Romania is losing 3 hectares of forest per hour putting at risk the natural habitats of many species, and impacting clean air. Help us save Romania's forests!...
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Ohio EPA Says Wetlands Damaged By Pipeline Company Will Take Decades To Recover

May 10 4:39pm PlanetSave
The Ohio EPA says Energy Transfer Parner dumped 2 million gallons of bentonite clay into a sensitive wetland. The company says the state should thank it for dumping the muck because it is natural. Ohio EPA Says Wetlands Damaged By Pipeline Company Will Take Decades To Recover was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Uproar about Tokyo Olympics Construction: No Rainforest Destruction or Human Rights Abuses

May 10 4:13pm PlanetSave
Petitions delivered to Japanese Embassies in Germany and Switzerland today decry the use of tropical wood as part of Tokyo Olympics construction. Uproar about Tokyo Olympics Construction: “No Rainforest Destruction or Human Rights Abuses” was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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Tesla opens up Solar Roof pre-orders, answers the most important question: how much will it cost you?

May 10 2:43pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Back in October of last year, Tesla unveiled a new project it had been secretly cracking away at behind the scenes: solar roof tiles. Unlike traditional solar panels that sit on top of the roof, these solar tiles would replace your roof outright — and, if all went to plan, they’d look as good as any other roof. Just… maybe a little shinier. But how much will it cost? Read More...
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Australias Kimberley: Natural Wonderland, Cultural Landscape and Conservation Beacon

May 10 11:30am Conservancy Talk
James Fitzsimons is Director of Conservation for the Australia Program of the world’s largest global conservation organization, The Nature Conservancy. He oversees the organization’s conservation planning, science and policy functions for all of Australia. He was thrilled to develop his sea legs and travel with his wife Janelle and new friends and fellow adventurers as […]...
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Ceres Imaging raises $5 million to pinpoint crop stress for farmers

May 10 8:23am TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Oakland, Calif.-based Ceres Imaging has raised $5 million in a Series A investment led by Romulus Capital. The startup uses cameras, sensors and software to pinpoint crop stress in the field for farmers, so that they can apply herbicides, pesticides and irrigation just where it’s needed. Ceres, like several other startups, started out with the notion to build a drone just for… Read More...
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3 Ways Horses Make Our Earth a Better Place

May 10 2:48am Greentumble
Horses help the environment in many ways. Governments, farms and horse owners continue to develop new ways to reduce pollution from farms and livestock, while...
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