Solar Ovens Serve Up Yummy Food Almost Anywhere

July 17, 2018 by  
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For an Earth-friendly epicurean treat, switch off your stove and … The post Solar Ovens Serve Up Yummy Food Almost Anywhere appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Ask These 3 Questions Before You Shop to Support the Earth

October 15, 2015 by  
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Many companies claim to be environmentally conscious, Earth-friendly and sustainable. In a world where we get caught up in convenience, it’s easy to fall for these types of marketing ploys. But what really makes a company greener than a business…

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Splendora’s Gina Pell Shares Her Top Eco-Picks for Summer

July 26, 2011 by  
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Style expert and founder of Splendora.com , Gina Pell, shares her favorite eco-picks for looking fabulous this summer – all while remaining conscious of the great outdoors. In case there was any doubt, Gina disproves all theories that in order to protect the environment you have to sacrifice any of your style. Visit the eBay Green Team for more smart and eco-friendly product finds of earth friendly influencers from various industries like film, design and fashion and be sure to follo… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Microsoft Research Proposes Heating Your House with "Data Furnaces"

July 26, 2011 by  
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A smarter way to keep warm. Image credit Lewis Hine , Library of Congress Server farms create a lot of heat, and use a lot of electricity to cool the computers. (In 2006, the IT industry used 61 billion kWh) Meanwhile, in much of North America, a lot more energy is used to heat our homes. (154 billion kWh) Scientists at Microsoft Research and the University of Virginia have a clever idea: Distribute those servers and put that waste heat to work in our homes. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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