INFOGRAPHIC: The top 8 home interior trends of 2015, according to Pinterest

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Are you looking for fresh ways to change up your home decor this year? If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably turned to the visual bookmarking website Pinterest for inspiration—and it’s no surprise, given that ‘Home Decor’ is the third highest category on the site. But if you don’t have the time to wade through all of Pinterest’s pictures, Chais Lund has you covered: the Australian curtains and blinds business created an infographic that goes over this year’s top 8 home interior trends, according to Pinterest. Read more to see them all! Read the rest of INFOGRAPHIC: The top 8 home interior trends of 2015, according to Pinterest Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Chais Lund , green home decor , infographic , pinterest , reader submitted content

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Obama finally admits climate change is a public health issue

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When talking about climate change, the causes and environmental impacts typically take center stage. The crucial piece missing from the conversation on a political level is the human toll—until now. In a roundtable discussion this week at Howard University , President Barack Obama finally admitted what many have known for ages: climate change should be examined as a public health issue as well as an environmental one. Read the rest of Obama finally admits climate change is a public health issue Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change , climate change debate , climate change discussions , climate change legislation , environmental protection agency , howard university , impacts of climate change , obama climate change , president barack obama , public health , public health issues

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8 Water-saving solutions for your home

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The drought in California is breaking records , and recent data suggests that the state may have just one year of water left . Local agencies have taken on a number of large-scale projects to ensure that the water keeps on flowing through farms and households, using everything from desalination plants to make seawater drinkable to massive water reuse and reclamation endeavors. But there’s plenty that the average person can do at home—from harvesting rainwater to retrofitting bathrooms—that can help to conserve water and make it through drier years to come. Read on for our top 8 water-saving ideas, whether you’re in the heart of the drought or beyond. Read the rest of 8 Water-saving solutions for your home Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bath , bathroom hack , Bottled Water , California , Certification , desalination , dropcountr , Drought , Dual Flush Toilet , environmental protection agency , epa , faucet , graywater , groundwater , hot water , native plants , Nestlé , plumbing , rain barrel , rain garden , raingarden , rainwater collection , recirculation pump , retrofit , reuse , runoff , showers , smart phone app , stormwater , tankless hot water heater , toilet , turn off taps , Waste , water efficiency , water hero , water recycling , water relaimation , water saving , water sense , watersense

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