PACT Organic: Super Soft Sustainable Clothing

Apr 23 2:12pm Get Green Be Well
I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own. PACT Organic clothing is such a fun find for... Read More » The post PACT Organic: Super Soft Sustainable Clothing appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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Electromagnetic Pollution Around Us?

Apr 22 2:59am Greentumble
The term, electromagnetic pollution, has increasingly entered our dictionary over the last few decades and is likely to continue to be an issue of some concern...
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Companies Making Inroads in the Sustainability Sector in the Asia-Pacific Region in 2017

Apr 21 1:55pm Sustainablog
Here are a few companies the Asia-Pacific region that have stepped up to the corporate sustainability challenge The post Companies Making Inroads in the Sustainability Sector in the Asia-Pacific Region in 2017 appeared first on Sustainablog.
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Why We March for Science

Apr 21 9:10am Conservancy Talk
President and CEO Mark Tercek discusses why it's important to continue investing in science, research and technology ahead of Earth Day and the March for Science.
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Planet enlists machine learning experts to parse a treasure trove of Amazon basin data

Apr 20 1:20pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Planet, the satellite imaging company that operate the largest commercial Earth imaging constellation in existence, is hosting a new data science competition on the Kaggle platform, with the specific aim of developing machine learning techniques around forestry research. Planet will open up access to thousands of image ‘chips,’ or blocks covering around 1 sauce kilometre, and will… Read More...
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Collaborating with animal exploiters wont help animals

Apr 20 10:20am Ecorazzi
The two sides claim to both have the “health and well-being of animals” in mind in this partnership, but one likely said “after profitability” under their breath.
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Exploitation for art is no worse than exploitation for dinner

Apr 20 9:46am Ecorazzi
It always seems to come back to a confused juror deciding when animal use is justified.
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Menstrual Cramp Relief Tea

Apr 20 6:45am The Pistachio Project
Ladies, we all know how annoying that time of the month can be! At best, “Aunt Flo” is an annoyance but for many it means cramps that will make you stay in bed the entire time. Nobody wants that. We, women are busy people! We’ve got things to do, little ones to take care of, […] The post Menstrual Cramp Relief Tea appeared first on The Pistachio Project.
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Recycling methods: what happens behind the scenes?

Apr 20 4:12am
You have put your recycling out at the curb, or perhaps taken it to a drop-off center. Does it actually get recycled? Probably. It depends. You may have read that a lot of what’s put out for recycling goes to … Continue reading → The post Recycling methods: what happens behind the scenes? appeared first on Sustaining Our World.
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Environmental Impacts of Fuel Dumping

Apr 20 2:16am Greentumble
The environmental impacts of fuel dumping that reached the ground were immediately visible to the population of... The source of this damage even led to...
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Humane Society Serves Pork to Save DogsWTF?!

Apr 19 1:57pm Ecorazzi
All animals matter morally, equally.
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Why would anyone do vegan tabling?

Apr 19 1:47pm Ecorazzi
Creative, nonviolent vegan education is easy for people to relate to and it is highly effective.
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New Hampshires Energy Future is Now

Apr 19 1:09pm Conservancy Talk
There’s a reality about stories that journalists and cops know best. When you talk to eyewitnesses and gather hard facts, a story often turns out very different than what you were first told. Here in New Hampshire we’ve heard a recurring story about energy, specifically electricity rates. It goes like this: “New Hampshire has some […]...
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Evangelical Conservatives Have A Christian Worldview. What Does That Mean For Climate Action?

Apr 18 7:24pm PlanetSave
A Christian worldview that denies climate change and disparages news from mainstream media sources may be the reason why evangelicals do not take global warming seriously. Is there anything that can be done? Evangelical Conservatives Have A “Christian Worldview.” What Does That Mean For Climate Action? 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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Bright Idea! Switch Your Light Bulbs & Earn a Vacation!

Apr 18 6:55pm Get Green Be Well
Wouldn’t you love a vacation for free? I know I would! Chances are you’re not taking a dream vacation because of the cost. Yet this dream can easily and effortlessly become a reality just by switching your light bulbs. Seriously. You’ve heard of LED lights. I know you have. Perhaps you haven’t really paid attention to how... Read More » The post Bright Idea! Switch Your Light Bulbs & Earn a Vacation! appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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ovitestslider

Apr 18 5:40pm Greentumble
WILD NATURE Observe Wildlife in its Natural Habitat every Month There is, one knows not what sweet mystery about this sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul beneath; like those fabled undulations of the Ephesian sod over the buried Evangelist St. John. Continue Reading MOUNTAINS Explore the Majestic Mountains Phileas ...
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Volkswagens I.D. CROZZ electric concept aims for 2020 production

Apr 18 3:57pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Electric production vehicles may be relatively rare, but electric concepts abound, and most of them are targeting 2020 for a rough production date, as is the Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ, an all-electric design whose name I hope dies in a horrible fire between now and whenever (if ever) it does end up hitting the street. Read More...
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Audis latest concept is a new all-electric Tesla Model X competitor

Apr 18 3:17pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Audi’s newest electric vehicle is a crossover SUV with a 4.5-second 0-60mph time, and an impressive range of around 300 miles when its 95kWh battery is topped up. The Audi e-tron Sportback is set for production starting in 2019, and it’s part of Audi’s larger strategy to bring at least three fully electric cars to market by 2020. Read More...
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No, you cant drink cows milk with a clear conscience

Apr 18 11:18am Ecorazzi
The world does not need cow's milk, it needs vegans.
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What Is Weather Modification?

Apr 18 2:16am Greentumble
What is weather modification? Astounding progress has been made in terms of trying to enhance some weather features. But how is it affecting our planet and are...
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New era of western wildfire demands new ways of protecting people, ecosystems

Apr 17 5:00pm Green Blog Feed
Current wildfire policy can't adequately protect people, homes and ecosystems from the longer, hotter fire seasons climate change is causing, according to a new paper led by the University of Colorado Boulder. Efforts to extinguish every blaze and reduce the buildup of dead wood and forest undergrowth are becoming increasingly inadequate on their own. Instead, the authors—a team of wildfire experts—urge policymakers and communities to embrace policy reform that will promote...
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Celebrating the 100th California Naturalist class

Apr 17 12:41pm Green Blog Feed
How did we get here and where shall we venture together? This spring, the 100th California Naturalist class is being offered in Sonoma County – the very same county where we first piloted the curriculum. The UC Agriculture and Natural Resources California Naturalist Program is designed to introduce Californians to the wonders of our unique ecology and engage the public in study and stewardship of California's natural communities. The program mission is to foster a diverse community of...
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Industry benefits from Modernization of Pork Slaughter not pigs, not consumers

Apr 17 12:26pm Ecorazzi
It's success means nothing more than the inflated profits for those in control of the pork industry, and the continued marketing ploys of 'happy' meat.
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JoJo is the next non-vegan vegan celebrity

Apr 17 9:27am Ecorazzi
Like the Beyonce's and Leo's that came before her, and the many that will follow.
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$500 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway for Earth Day

Apr 17 6:03am Get Green Be Well
Want to win a $500 Amazon Gift Card giveaway? Of course you do!!!!!!! There is SO much to buy on Amazon, from beds to clothes to food. I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use this prize! To celebrate Earth Day, I’ve partnered with some of my favorite healthy and “crunchy” blogger friends, businesses and Giveaway... Read More » The post $500 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway for Earth Day appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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Are Geoengineering Methods Safe for Our Planet?

Apr 16 2:22am Greentumble
Are geoengineering methods safe for our planet? Most experts advise against relying on...and start looking at it as a potential solution to be deployed in a few decades.
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Important Facts You Need to Know About Floods

Apr 15 2:10am Greentumble
Types of flooding are vast; and many beyond our control but there are also some that can be prevented. Have a look at this infographic to learn more about the problem.
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Permafrost Melting Could Add Huge Amounts Of Green House Gases To Atmosphere

Apr 14 1:01pm PlanetSave
A new study finds permafrost melting is happening sooner and faster than expected, putting the earth in danger of significantly higher temperatures if the Paris climate accords are not adhered to. Permafrost Melting Could Add Huge Amounts Of Green House Gases To Atmosphere 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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Hey Costco Its Time to Get Toxic Chemicals Off Your Shelves

Apr 14 9:19am Groovy Green Livin
When I joined Costco a few years ago their organic selection was limited so I opted for other markets for the bulk of my shopping. Fast forward to the present and Costco is now taking the lead as the largest organic...continue reading this post →...
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What Are the Environmental Benefits of Solar Energy?

Apr 14 2:26am Greentumble
What are the environmental benefits of solar energy? Using solar energy on an individual or residential scale can make a real difference. Learn more in this article...
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Frugal Friday and Craigslist Love

Apr 14 2:00am Nature Moms Blog
Whew! It has been a long while since I did one of these posts. Truth be told I don’t feel as though I have been very frugal or smart with my money lately. I never even got around to making a budget for last month, let alone sticking to one. That said I did have some frugal […] The post Frugal Friday and Craigslist Love appeared first on Nature Moms Blog.
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Waste Farmers Wants To Be The Tesla Of Sustainable Agriculture

Apr 13 7:43pm PlanetSave
John-Paul Maxfield of Colorado wants to be the Tesla of sustainable agriculture, but to get there he is making a living selling compost to marijuana farmers. Waste Farmers Wants To Be The Tesla Of Sustainable Agriculture 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 will reveal the final production Model 3 in July

Apr 13 3:17pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Tesla is going to show Tesla 3 buyers what their call will officially look like in July, Elon Musk revealed on Twitter on Thursday. The Model 3’s first unveiling took place in April of 2016, where it said cameras weren’t allowed (unless they were built into your phone). Because smartphones are as good as they are, we got a fairly decent look at what the Model 3 looked like at the… Read More...
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Tesla to reveal a pickup truck within two years, and final Model 3 design in July

Apr 13 2:09pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Tesla plans to show off an electric pickup truck sometime within the next two years, the company’s CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter today. The pickup was teased originally when Musk revealed the second part of his “master plan” for Tesla, which began with selling expensive vehicles like the Roadster and Model S, and eventually leads to producing a wide range of more… Read More...
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Tesla will reveal its electric semi truck in September

Apr 13 1:59pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Elon Musk just let us know when we’ll get a look at the electric semi truck that he’s teased in the past: The Tesla transport vehicle will be revealed in September, the CEO said on Twitter on Thursday, noting that the team has “done an amazing job” and that the vehicle is “seriously next level.” Plans at Tesla for an electric semi truck have been in the… Read More...
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Ecorazzi Announces New York Vegan Food & Drink Festival

Apr 13 12:06pm Ecorazzi
If we can make it vegan there, we can make it vegan anywhere!...
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Please dont buy a bunny this Easter, or ever

Apr 13 10:01am Ecorazzi
They do not deserve to be bred and sold as objects, gift-wrapped like toys and forced to live behind bars.
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Lucid tests a prototype of its Air electric car at extreme high speed

Apr 13 9:02am TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Lucid is continuing down its path of shipping a Tesla competitor, and the Air just underwent another milestone: High-speed testing. A performance-targeted prototype version of its flagship Air car, the first it’s intending to bring to production, hit Ohio’s 7.5-mile TRC test track to check out how it holds up under high-speed use, including a (software limited) top speed of 217… Read More...
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Is Donald Trump Robbing The US?

Apr 13 5:18am PlanetSave
Frankly, when people have said that Trump only ran for president to boost his business, I didn’t agree. I think Donald is genuinely an old, angry, rich, white man who spends far too much time sitting on the couch watching Fox News and getting misinformed. I think he genuinely felt passionately that the country had gone to […] Is Donald Trump Robbing The US? 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 war on coal is over: coal lost

Apr 13 4:06am
The Trump/Pence ticket vowed to end Obama’s war on coal. The successful campaign complained about excessive regulation and vowed to put the coal industry back on its feet. They’re too late. Coal already lost the war. And not to Obama … Continue reading → The post The war on coal is over: coal lost appeared first on Sustaining Our World.
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Free Massage at Planet Fitness for Tax Time Stress

Apr 12 8:57pm Get Green Be Well
Want a free massage? Is the Earth round? I mean, that’s a no brainer! You can get a free massage at Planet Fitness this year to celebrate the end of tax season. I can tell you from personal experience for years in a row, I get so stressed out when doing taxes. I’ve gone storming... Read More » The post Free Massage at Planet Fitness for Tax Time Stress appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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In Portland, Uber launches initiative to add electric vehicles to its fleet

Apr 12 8:33pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 With a new electric vehicle initiative, Uber is finally speaking Portland’s language. The company shares a rocky history with the famously green city, but that won’t stop Portland from becoming the first U.S. market where Uber will push a set benchmarks for electrifying its fleet. For the Portland version of Uber Electric, a program that the company rolled out… Read More...
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When You Elect A Con Man, You Probably Got Conned

Apr 12 7:07pm PlanetSave
The United States. “We” elected a man who for decades has had a reputation as a con man. What could go wrong?… ♠ He talked about bringing all Americans health care — more affordable and cheaper health care. Turns out, after trying to push through a health care plan that would result in ~20 million Americans losing […] When You Elect A Con Man, You Probably Got Conned 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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Super blooms in the Central Valley: Why its not just about the color

Apr 12 11:41am Green Blog Feed
Have you seen the blaze of super blooms popping up alongside orchards and field crops in our rich agricultural Central Valley? The corridors of poppies, tidy tips, yarrow, baby blue eyes, and redbud planted by farmers, dazzle us with color, but they serve a purpose, too. The flowers provide nectar and pollen for the pollinators, including honey bees, bumble bees and carpenter bees. Look beyond the buzz, and you'll see other beneficial insects, such as lady beetles (ladybugs) and their larvae...
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Veganism in a World Full of Harm

Apr 12 11:41am Ecorazzi
In a world full of harm, be just, be fair, and be respectful of the rights of all beings—human and nonhuman; otherwise, you’re choosing to say “I knew, and I did nothing.”...
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Ugh, the plants have feelings argument is back

Apr 12 9:28am Ecorazzi
In a stunning piece of journalism from Metro, vegans should just give up already because plants can hear themselves being eaten. Forget the whole not having a central nervous system, they have ears! Pointing to nothing more than “ecologically relevant...
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Kickstarter for vegan antidote surpasses goal

Apr 12 8:52am Ecorazzi
Side effects include indifference, greed, and a greater risk for certain cancers.
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Full Harvest raises $2 million to stop farmers from tossing ugly fruit and veggies

Apr 12 7:30am TechCrunch » GreenTech
 Full Harvest, a San Francisco-based startup, has raised $2 million in seed funding to reduce food waste at the farm level. Founded by Christine Moseley, formerly the head of business development for cold-pressed juice makers Organic Avenue, Full Harvest connects farmers with food makers who want to buy the fruit and veggies that grocers deem too ugly to sell in stores. While she was helping… Read More...
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The Main Reason Why Sea Sponges Are Threatened

Apr 12 2:14am Greentumble
Sea sponges have survived through countless fluctuations in climates over millions of years. What is the main reason why these creatures are threatened nowadays?...
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Top 10 Health Giving Foods During Pregnancy

Apr 11 12:40pm The Pistachio Project
The following is a guest post from Suzi Richards Pregnancy and eating can be the best of friends or the worst of enemies. Either way, neither can live without the other. A pregnant woman needs to eat, and eat well. Supplements, basking a few minutes under the mild sun, and taking in the fresh outdoor air just aren’t […] The post Top 10 Health Giving Foods During Pregnancy appeared first on The Pistachio Project.
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Vegan eats fish after aunt says its not meat for the fourteenth time

Apr 11 10:38am Ecorazzi
TORONTO,ON – The vegan police are set to press charges against a vegan man after a family get-together turned fatal. After politely declining his aunt’s gefilte fish for the thirteenth time at Monday’s first Passover seder of 5777, Elijah was...
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5 Issues With Trumps Attack On Syria

Apr 11 9:20am PlanetSave
Donald Trump’s bombing of Syria was odd, and not just for one reason. There were a handful of oddities about it. 1. First of all, Trump heavily, heavily, heavily pushed Obama to not bomb Syria after Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his citizens a few years ago. It was a very similar situation, and it’s completely unclear […] 5 Issues With Trump’s Attack On Syria 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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What Are the Benefits of Having Solar Panels?

Apr 10 2:11am Greentumble
What are the benefits of having solar panels? What is particularly good with solar panels is that in contrast to other forms of renewable energy, they can be installed...
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A $150 million fund, The Engine, will back startups others find too hard

Apr 9 3:11pm TechCrunch » GreenTech
 A fund and accelerator for advanced technology startups, The Engine, closed its debut fund at a robust $150 million this week, according to its President, CEO and Managing Partner Katie Rae. Last year, TechCrunch reported that MIT was investing $25 million into The Engine, becoming the anchor LP for the fund. While The Engine is not owned and operated by the private, research university, it… Read More...
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4 Must Haves for Hiking What You Need on the Trail

Apr 9 2:03pm Get Green Be Well
I love a great day hike. There are 4 Must Haves for hiking that I always make sure to bring on the trail, though. Because getting out into nature, clearing your head and getting fresh air – these are the things that can keep you sane and healthy. But you want to be smart doing it,... Read More » The post 4 Must Haves for Hiking – What You Need on the Trail appeared first on Get Green Be Well.
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100 Things You Can (and Should) Compost

Apr 8 3:27am Small Footprint Family
For your soil, there is no better ingredient than compost, whether you till it into your garden beds or use it as mulch around shrubs and trees, it is considered essential to organic and sustainable food production. © 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: 100 Things You Can (and Should) Compost...
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The Different Types of Solar Energy

Apr 8 2:30am Greentumble
This article will shed some light on the different types of solar energy to help you make better choices when deciding what kind of solar system you would like.
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