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  • Trouble-Free Ideas To Go Green and Save Dollars At The Same Time - Part 2  By : Amy Redner
    Here are some simple tips to help you to Go Green and save money at the same time. In this article of the series we will focus predominantly on saving resources based on transportation needs.
  • Seven Easy Tips To Go Green and Save Cash - Part 1  By : Amy Redner
    Here are several simple tips to help you to Go Green and save on your financial resources at the same time.
    First, consider purchasing a scooter or motorcycle if you make most of your trips alone. Some parts of the country are better than others for this, particularly the warmer climates.
  • Finding Sources of Energy  By : Mel Joelle
    The population of the United States is now greater than three hundred million, and that number is certainly not going to decrease any time soon. As the country continues to grow, the energy needs of those people are going to expand as well. With the ever-increasing number of electronic devices and appliances, the power requirements of most individuals will continue to grow.
  • Definition of Renewable Energy and Power  By : Mel Joelle
    "Going green" has a lot to do with recycling, or reusing whats already within the cycle of consumption. In years past this word tended to have a strict use for eco-friendly activities, such as separating garbage, administering papier-mâché, or growing tulips in a garden urn formerly used as a bathroom appliance.
  • Why Cork Makes Such Wonderful Flooring  By : Jerry Work
    The most perfect material for home flooring just might be cork. It looks great, is more durable than other types of wood, easy to care for, is comfortable to walk on, and it is even an environmentally friendly material. This article explores these features to uncover just what makes cork such a fantastic flooring material.
  • Coolest Green gadgets  By : Desial Davidson
    Many companies are launching a lot of eco friendly or green gadgets which are not hazardous to our environment. It is wonderful concept introduced by companies as we have got so much used to certain appliances and gadgets that it is impossible to think anything without them.
  • Streamlining Energy and Electricity Use for Summer  By : Mel Joelle
    When the leaves are back on the trees and the flowers in the garden are in full bloom, you know that summer is on its way. You know what that means: bright sun, rising mercury and spending extra time outside. Just as winter brings challenges to the American energy infrastructure, summer brings its own, unique challenges. Here are some things you need to think about between warm June and chilly October.
  • Oil in Unexpected Places and Energy Prices  By : Mel Joelle
    Everyone’s concerned about energy prices and they’re worried about where American’s energy supplies will come from in the future. While the answers can sometimes be bleak, there are some unexpected options that can increase American supplies of petroleum and natural gas. Believe it or not, there are plenty of people in the U.S. extracting fossil fuels from their own backyards.
  • Have the Power to Choose  By : Mel Joelle
    Let’s face it: When it comes to electricity, coal is out and “green” is in. Renewable sources like wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass are all the rage right now as environmental topics like global warming and electric blackouts fill the news hole.
  • The History of Electricity  By : Mel Joelle
    An enormous part of our lives is affected by electricity. From the lights we turn on when we wake up in the morning, the power going to our coffeemaker, the traffic lights on your way to work, and the computers and equipment we use once we get there.
  • The Texas Power Grid and Consumer Freedom of Choice  By : Mel Joelle
    Texans have a deep-rooted belief in the importance of independence and the freedom to determine the course of their own lives. Its no surprise, then, that Texas is the only state in the Union that has its very own electrical power grid. The fact that Lone Star Staters get their electricity from the Texas Interconnect has advantages and disadvantages.
  • The Energy Market Today and Tomorrow  By : Mel Joelle
    Most Americans entered the year of 1973 under the impression that oil would always be plentiful and cheap. The great post-World War II expansion of the American economy was fueled, in part, by the vast energy supplies that petroleum provided to industry.
  • Residential Wind Generator Technology  By : Robert Thomson
    Residential wind generators use eco-friendly renewable energy to provide power for homes.
  • Eco-Green Hotel-A step towards a greener world  By : M.Scott Parisi
    In an attempt to protect and save the environment and combating environmental hazards, we are ought to take our every step with extreme cautiousness. We should not forget that in our daily walk of life, our every action must be environmentally responsible. Moreover, even while on a holiday or tour, people should stay in the kind of motels, inns or hotels which use energy in an environmentally compatible manner.
  • Different kinds of immigration services are served by the Canadian immigration  By : Fatin Nehal
    Canada is a country of luck. It is said because of its wealth. Everyone wants to reside in the country. People have been migrating to different state of Canada for hundreds of years. So in order to get the highest output clients who want to stay permanently in Canada should contact with brilliant Canadian immigration lawyers.
  • Making Energy Savings a Family Affair  By : Mel Joelle
    Kids dont understand the need to keep those energy bills down. Even teenagers, most of whom have a vague sense of fiscal responsibility, sometimes have trouble pitching in to minimize their familys use of electricity. Yes, nearly every parent has lectured their children about the basics. (Dont leave windows open when the air conditioner is running!) Unfortunately, lectures dont always work.
  • Climate Change and What You Can Do To Help  By : Mel Joelle
    The Industrial Revolution has brought humanity countless gifts. The internal combustion engine powers the tractors that till our farmland. The jet engine makes it possible for us to reach just about any place in the world. Humans have even managed to send probes to help us unlock the secrets of outer space.
  • How Does Clean Energy Work? - Dynowatt, Texas  By : Mel Joelle
    Talk of clean energy is everywhere you look these days. From TV commercials and blogs to posters and mailings, everyone seems to be talking about it. And as one of the core areas of his budget, President Obama is making his case for its importance as well. But what is clean energy? And how can it help you? Are there downsides to it? These questions and more are answered below.
  • Electricity Use for Kitchen and Laundry Appliances - Dynowatt, Texas  By : Mel Joelle
    Kitchen and laundry appliances help make the American way of life possible. We have time to relax with family and friends because of our washing machines, microwaves, convection ovens and dishwashers. You know these appliances are powered by electricity, but you might not know how much energy these devices consume and the effect they have on your monthly utility bills.
  • Efficient Energy Home Wind Power  By : Mel Joelle
    It’s no secret that “green” is in, but some people have surpassed efforts to recycle and cut down on energy waste, taking it a step further by changing the way their homes are powered in the first place. Some employ methods to rely on sustainable sources that are ozone friendly, such as installing solar panels.
  • How To Make A Green Home You Can Be Proud Of!  By : Robert Thomson
    With global warming and other environmental concerns increasingly on the minds of Americans, you want to green your home do your part to save the planet.
  • All About Electricity by Dynowatt  By : Mel Joelle
    Electric power holds an interesting place in our lives. We use it every day to communicate with loved ones, cook our food, and even keep ourselves alive with machines. In spite of this importance, we dont often think about the forces at work when we heat our cup of soup in the microwave.
  • The noise emergency, how to deal with it  By : Michele De Capitani
    Whoever is used to live in the city tends to take the noise for granted; in fact disorientation is a classic sign that hits us when we are spending an evening in the countryside or in a little town and so it happens to have around us a bit of real silence. Noise is a constant factor in modern life, among cars, music, screams, horns, telephones, drills and so on.
  • New Sofa - Recycle The Old  By : Philip Pendleton
    When we purchase new furniture be it a leather sofa or new recliner were always left with a piece of furniture that we are replacing. What to do with the old furniture though? In the eco-friendly world wed like to do what we can to keep that furniture out of a landfill if at all possible. In this article well touch on some green ideas for recycling your furniture.
  • EcoGreen Products and Uses  By : M.Scott Parisi
    There was a time when if the tiles in your household go grimy the house keeper usually get it cleaned by some ammonia or

    bleach or if a drainage system is slow then the sure-shot solution was some heavy-duty industrial solvents. No doubt, that

    these cleaning products were very effective and get the job done but they also affect the users in result of cough and

    stinging eyes. And they also have an adverse effect on the environment.
  • Green Energy Hosting - Go Canadian For Added Values-00-774  By : P.Rodgers
    Now more than ever, people are looking for environmentally friendly companies and are voting with their wallets, so to speak. The first and the most obvious problem with normal hosting companies are, they use lots of electricity. The first thing a "green" hosting company does is to power their servers, coolers, offices etc using "green electricity". Green electricity is generated using renewable resources, mostly using wind turbines and solar panels.
  • Modern eco-sustainable industrial processing  By : Michele De Capitani
    The industrial process produces a lot of garbage. Very often these processes are highly toxic or in any case not sustainable. It is just from the industry sector that comes most pollution.
  • Noise pollution is the real poison of our planet  By : Michele De Capitani
    Noise pollution is for real one of the greatest trouble of modern civilization. In fact, the actual society ferment foresees always open construction sites, airports with more and more traffic, crowded nightclubs and overall an increasing heavy industrialization.
  • Harness The Wind for Nature's Sake  By : Robert Thomson
    With the rising interest in environmental protection and conservation, it's time to look at alternative sources for home energy, specifically electricity. And that's where a wind generator can come in.
  • Immediately work with the sustainable resources  By : Michele De Capitani
    In this section we deal with renewable resources, solar plants, heating and air conditioning

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