Deforestation: A Few Solutions That Can Change The Future

As we can see, the world is on an extreme urge to slow down the pace of climate change by saving water, preserving wildlife, and planting more and more trees. Undoubtedly, trees inevitably hold a significant part to slow the progression of global warming. If the mass destruction and deforestation continue, it will harm the […]

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Reduce VOCs In Your Home With An Eco-Friendly Makeover

Americans on average spend up to $200 on redecorating, after all, most of us like the idea of a quick home make-over. But how we decorate our homes, from the paint we choose to the upholstery and furniture we buy, can all have an impact on our health and the environment. Giving tired-looking or dated walls […]

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How To Cultivate A Green Lifestyle On College Campuses

Adopting an environmentally-friendly lifestyle, also known as going green, is rapidly becoming a pretty important part of the mainstream. People of all generations are recognizing that, without serious environmental change and corrected attitudes, we could be set for some pretty serious consequences. Combating man-made global warming and environmental deterioration is easier said than done but […]

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5 Reasons Composting Will Make You a Hero

Is it true? Is composting really the magic pill it’s made out to be? Can you protect the world just by making some dirt? Composting is much more than that. It’s actually a way of giving back to the planet, and something that will make you a hero in the process. What is composting? Composting is […]

Protecting the Environment: International Coastal Cleanup Day

Protecting the environment is important to every person’s survival, regardless of his or her beliefs about climate change and global warming. You, as an individual, may have various ways you go about conserving energy, reducing waste and lowering your overall environmental footprint. Keeping the ocean clean and free of waste may or may not be […]

4 Ways to Combat Air Pollution As Summer Heats Up

Image by Joe Wolf / Creative Commons Sweltering temperatures across the globe have not only been getting people down physically, but mentally as well. You have probably noticed, when the temperatures are at their hottest, you seem to feel the effects of the smog and air pollution a lot more. Of course that doesn’t quite […]

Catch Up On Your Weekly Green News

Image by Dorena-wm / Creative Commons Well, the weekend is here and after a long week, I figured it was time to catch everyone up on some of the weekly green news I’ve seen, heard and read about this week. I know many of you keep up-to-date on the latest and greatest in environmental and […]

Is Global Warming Triggering More Earthquakes?

Image by Alex Healing / Creative Commons With the recent earthquakes we’ve been experiencing and hearing about in the news, I thought it would be a good opportunity to touch on whether or not global warming, or climate change, could be contributing to the seemingly increased quake activity and how we can be prepared in […]

Earth Hour 2012: Joining the “I Will If You Will” Challenge

Image by Craig Mayhew and Robert Simmon, NASA GSFC / Creative Commons Saturday, March 31st at 8:30pm marks Earth Hour 2012. Will you be there? Will you be joining in? Will you be going dark for an hour to show that when we, as individuals, ban together we can make a difference? Well…I will if […]

6 Alternative Energies Which Could Help Combat Climate Change

Image by Fredo / Creative Commons When you hear someone talking about climate change, what is the first thing you think? Most people immediately think about global warming and the environmental controversy about who is to blame for this so-called “global warming”. Climate change, however, is believed to come from two main sources. There is […]