Archive for July, 2011

Five Ways to Keep Your Home Cooler in Summer

With the cost of electricity constantly going up and with people becoming more aware of the affects of climate change, looking for alternative ways to keep your home cool in summer is becoming more popular. Rather than automatically switching on your air conditioning, first look to other simple ways of keeping your house cool. It […]

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Road Construction and Environment Protection

Road construction is a compound process which requires a lot of materials and resources. It also requires much cost for asphalt equipment, staff, clearance and so on. But the main point here is the influence of such a process on the environment. Photo: Sidereal Let’s look through the process of road construction in any wild […]

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Living Green: A Turtle’s Quest for a Cleaner Planet

This is a wonderful tale deserves great pictures and full of brilliant illustrations by M J Illustrations as in all Artie Knapp’s stories there is humor alongside plain good story telling. Tired of seeing the land he loves cluttered with trash, Thurman the turtle decides its time to take action. A delightful story that uses […]

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Five Reasons to Buy an Eco-Friendly Home

There are many advantages to buying an eco-friendly home. If you are thinking about investing in not only your future but the environment’s as well, then you will discover that being eco-friendly involves a lot more than just having solar panels for your home. Buying an eco-friendly home may cost you more initially, on top […]

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