11 Ways to Use Solar Energy Besides the Home

June 21, 2017 by  
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Solar panels can be installed on your home and save you thousands a year in energy. However, your house is not the only place they can be applied. You can save money and help preserve the environment by using solar panels in a number of…

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Hand-forged jewelry pays tribute to Gulf Coast fishermen

December 4, 2016 by  
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Though many may not realize it, the oyster industry in parts of the Gulf Coast has all but collapsed in recent years due to drought, oil spills, and a water rights struggle that spans three states. That’s why New Orleans-based designer Ashley Lyons is crafting a handmade line of jewelry that pays tribute to traditional fishing communities and hopes to help preserve their way of life.

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Hand-forged jewelry pays tribute to Gulf Coast fishermen

December 4, 2016 by  
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Though many may not realize it, the oyster industry in parts of the Gulf Coast has all but collapsed in recent years due to drought, oil spills, and a water rights struggle that spans three states. That’s why New Orleans-based designer Ashley Lyons is crafting a handmade line of jewelry that pays tribute to traditional fishing communities and hopes to help preserve their way of life.

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Microsoft co-founder destroys protected Cayman Islands reef

February 1, 2016 by  
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is coming under fire for an accident involving his massive 300-foot yacht, which ploughed into a protected coral reef on January 14th. The damage was extensive: the ship’s chain ripped up 14,000 square feet, or 80% of the reef. What makes this especially embarrassing is the fact that Allen is a well-known marine conservationist — last year alone, he donated $2.6 million to help preserve fisheries. Read the rest of Microsoft co-founder destroys protected Cayman Islands reef

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The Most Ethical Condoms on the Planet? Sir Richards Condoms

March 29, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Sir Richards Condoms From giving out free condoms to fight climate change to condoms that help preserve the Amazon , TreeHugger has plenty of stories on how safe sex can also help save the environment.

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School for Shamans to Save Culture from Extinction

January 10, 2010 by  
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Photo via Mongabay While environmental groups and governmental policies are aiming at reducing deforestation and development in the Amazon rainforest to help preserve the world’s most diverse terrestrial ecosystem, traditional

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Inuit’s Biggest Threat: Climate Change or Regulations?

December 13, 2009 by  
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Photo via National Geographic Representatives of the Inuit are in Copenhagen this week to speak of how climate change is not only harming the environment in which they live , but also impacting their traditional way of life. They are calling for funding to help preserve their culture so threat…

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