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8 Green Tips for 8 Days of Hanukkah 8 Green Tips for 8 Days of Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah! Running from today, Dec. 12, to Dec. 20 … The post 8 Green... 

13 Green Tips That Can Save You Over $5,000 A Year 13 Green Tips That Can Save You Over $5,000 A Year

Simple shifts to greener versions of the products you already buy can save you... 

Spring Cleaning: 6 Green Tips to Organize and Simplify Your Home Spring Cleaning: 6 Green Tips to Organize and Simplify Your Home

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Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips

When you go for a walk in the woods, do you glance around and consider which trees... 

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How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition

Whether it’s old, corroding ammunition, or rounds that wouldn’t fire …... 

7 Surefire Ways to Make Your Car More Eco-Friendly 7 Surefire Ways to Make Your Car More Eco-Friendly

Eyeing an electric vehicle but can’t quite commit to the … The post 7... 

Your Smart Thermostat Tutorial Your Smart Thermostat Tutorial

By Eric Murrell If you’re interested in smart home gadgets … The post Your... 

Avoiding the Watery Grave: How to Recycle Fiberglass Boats Avoiding the Watery Grave: How to Recycle Fiberglass Boats

Boating is a major industry in the U.S., with millions … The post Avoiding... 

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Melbourne architects turn an old terrace house into a gorgeous light-filled home Melbourne architects turn an old terrace house into a gorgeous light-filled home

Melbourne-based Ben Callery Architects converted a compact terrace house with limited square footage into a contemporary, light-filled home by going upwards and outwards. The renovation introduced a large rooftop deck, and natural light floods the interior, providing a strong connection with the outdoors. The Beyond House also takes advantage of a... [Read more from this category]

How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition

Whether it’s old, corroding ammunition, or rounds that wouldn’t fire … The post How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition appeared first on Earth911.com. See the rest here: How to Safely Recycle Unwanted or Unusable Ammunition  Read More →

Gorgeous live/work home in Melbourne is built with recycled materials Gorgeous live/work home in Melbourne is built with recycled materials

Austin Maynard Architects completed their latest project, a 12-month build that’s stunning, playful, and eco-friendly. Commissioned by a couple that works from home, the Kiah House is a live/work extension in North Fitzroy, Melbourne that comprises a master bedroom and a treehouse-like office stacked on top. The beautiful home draws inspiration from... [Read more from this category]

6 places where soil-less farming is revolutionizing how we grow food 6 places where soil-less farming is revolutionizing how we grow food

If it seems like “ hydroponics ” is everywhere, that’s because it is. Hydroponic farming is one efficient way to grow fruits and vegetables in small spaces without the use of soil. Instead of dirt, plants grow down into water to which farmers have added the necessary nutrients for plant growth. These are then absorbed, along with... [Read more from this category]

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Green Living

Melbourne architects turn an old terrace house into a gorgeous light-filled home Melbourne architects turn an old terrace house into a gorgeous light-filled home

Melbourne-based Ben Callery Architects converted a compact terrace house with limited square footage into a contemporary, light-filled home by going upwards and outwards. The renovation introduced a large rooftop deck, and natural light floods the interior, providing a strong connection with the outdoors. The Beyond House also takes advantage of a... [Read more from this category]

These Adidas sneakers double as subway passes in Berlin These Adidas sneakers double as subway passes in Berlin

No ticket? No problem. If you’re wearing Adidas’s limited-edition EQT Support 93 sneaker , you’ll be able to hitch a free ride on Berlin’s metro through most of 2018. To satisfy the conductor, simply kick up your heels. An unlikely partnership between the footwear giant and Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe —a.k.a. BVG, the German... [Read more from this category]

The world’s largest wildlife sanctuary proposed for Antarctica The world’s largest wildlife sanctuary proposed for Antarctica

While the US is busy trying to open more precious areas to fishing and drilling , a campaign led by the EU and Greenpeace seeks to protect an area the size of Germany in Antarctica. A nearly 700,000 square-mile area around the Antarctic Peninsula and the Weddell Sea would become the world’s largest sanctuary if the proposal is accepted, protecting... [Read more from this category]

Iceland supermarket commits to eliminating plastic within five years Iceland supermarket commits to eliminating plastic within five years

Iceland Foods has committed to removing all plastic from its brand-name products within the next five years and replacing it with recyclable materials such as pulp and paper. The UK-based supermarket chain is the first major retailer in the country to commit to a complete elimination of plastic. “The world has woken up to the scourge of plastics.... [Read more from this category]

Geothermal-powered Halifax home uses automation for energy savings Geothermal-powered Halifax home uses automation for energy savings

Omar Gandhi Architect completed a handsome luxury home in Halifax that’s both modern in appearance and in its use of energy-efficient technologies. Located in the south end of Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Syncline House is a two-story residence with a mezzanine set atop a rocky foundation that inspired the home’s name. Energy efficiency was a major... [Read more from this category]

In green communications, fear and hope have different uses In green communications, fear and hope have different uses

It depends in part on whether the audience is thinking locally or globally. See the original post here: In green communications, fear and hope have different uses  Read More →

Could poor transmission planning limit corporate renewable deals? Could poor transmission planning limit corporate renewable deals?

Utilities are stepping up, but a new report suggests regulators and grid operators aren’t responding fast enough. Original post: Could poor transmission planning limit corporate renewable deals?  Read More →

7 things you should know about artificial intelligence 7 things you should know about artificial intelligence

The rewards and risks for sustainability teams are significant. Original post: 7 things you should know about artificial intelligence  Read More →

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