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Just a few years ago, living off the grid conjured up images of tiny cabins in the middle of nowhere. Today, the dream of average American homeowners powering their homes with alternative energies is coming true. Solar panels on your neighbor’s…
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When I approached my neighbor’s construction site, Edward Small of Sheridan Brick & Stone Work was chiseling off construction waste — mortar from old bricks to be exact. He suspects they were salvaged from a nearby Maine paper mill, and…
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Everyone’s favorite Drumpf is at it again. Last year, presidential-hopeful Donald Trump lost his Supreme Court case to prevent the construction of a wind farm that would “ruin” the view from his luxury golf course off the coast of Scotland. But it seems that defeat hasn’t deterred The Trumpster, because this week he filed a lawsuit against his neighbor. Why? Because their solar panel array is causing unsightly glare in Trump’s luxury Fifth Avenue penthouse. Read the rest of Donald Trump sues neighbor over solar panel glare
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Since 1970, the Clean Air Act has been the EPA’s most effective tool for combating air pollution.
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Architects Newspaper recently shared some surprising news suggesting that new low-E windows could be responsible for melting the vinyl siding on neighboring homes.
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Japan’s business leaders are focused on cutting emissions, though they have about the same level of a roadmap as Americans; their neighbor to the southwest, however, has quickly moved into the spotlight as a challenger, and potentially an economic threat.
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Because you’re sexy, you’re finding small ways to make a difference every day.Â You try to bring your own bag to the store, pass on bottled water and have switched to washing your clothes with cold water .Â You’re becoming so sexy and green you may have started to notice all of the not-so-green behavior around you.Â While it’s tempting to nag your neighbor for trashing their recycling or dis your daughter for her epic showers, we’ve found that positive reinforcement works best for converting coworkers, friends, roommates and family to a greener way of life.Â Here at greenissexy.org, we’re not into green guilt.Â The next time your mom whips out Drano, volunteer to unplug that stubborn drain yourself, with a plunger and some baking soda and vinegar .Â If your roommate continues to pile up the plastic bags, give him or her a few reusable ones to stash in the car instead.Â When your brother finds his unused cell phone charger mysteriously unplugged every day, he might just get the hint….
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green is sexyâ€¦ not guilty.