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Earth Hour

Earth Hour was last night at 8:30pm (local time) and, if 2010 is an indicator, this was the biggest Earth Hour yet. Don’t know what Earth Hour is? It’s when countries and individuals turn off their lights for one hour to make a statement against climate change. Continue reading

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Oil Dangers

There are safer ways to power cars and ship than oil. Electric and solar power are still developing technologies, but they are worth investing in.  Not only because they are renewable (meaning they burn carbon emitting fossil fuels) but also because they can keep oil out of our oceans. Continue reading



Change is Good
March 21, 2011, 1:36 PM
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In previous posts I’ve talked about the need to limit the use of disposable bottles and increase recycling rates. But now there is a way to enjoy your sodas guilt free. Continue reading



No More Trash

Waste,as defined by the dictionary, means to use or expand carelessly. This includes throwing away food that could have easily been eaten,not recycling,  and generating unnecessary garbage. Continue reading



Plastic Bags: Just Say “No”

Paper or plastic?” It’s a common question while checking out at the grocery store, but there is another option- reusable.  Reusable bags are not only better for the environment, they’re also stylish and can hold more than plastic or paper bags. Continue reading



Turkey Burger, Please

Your food choices can have a major impact on the environment. Did you know that beef is the least environmentally friendly meat? Continue reading