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Living Green

October 6, 2011 by  
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Caring for the environment is very important. Today, we are experiencing a lot of environmental problems. If we don’t start acting now, we will wake up one day regretting all the times that we take the earth for granted. It’s not hard to advocate for the environment. It only takes dedication and self- commitment. You [...]

Keeping Your Garden Green

October 5, 2011 by  
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There are many things we do to add a little splash of color to our summer gardens but we often fail to focus on keeping our summer gardens looking lush and green just a little bit longer even though we know that by doing so we are essentially prolonging the life and therefore our enjoyment [...]

How Green Is Your Home?

October 4, 2011 by  
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A home that is green is a home built and run with the environment in mind. With the threat of global warming becoming more urgent everyday, the average family needs to do their part to make as little impact as possible. Going green is a way to do this and the first place to start [...]

A Hobby Greenhouse Will Get You Growing!

October 3, 2011 by  
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For people who would like to do more gardening but live in a short growing season area, a hobby greenhouse is the answer. A hobby greenhouse is not large enough to produce vegetables or flowers on a commercial basis. It will, however, give you a place for a tomato plant or two and some fresh [...]

Green Living And Your Neighborhood

October 2, 2011 by  
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Green living is no longer a vague term known only by environmentalists. One of the ways we know that an important social trend has hit the big time is when major consumer providers adopt the term. Just about every major influencer in our society from Walmart to national broadcasting networks, are using the term to [...]

Green Cleaning Gets a Boost with the Ultimate Cloth

October 1, 2011 by  
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No one would argue that there’s a growing consciousness about the impact that we, as humans, have on the environment. While much of the media’s focus has been on greenhouse gas emissions and the ways we can lessen our carbon footprint, less attention has been paid to the impact that conventional cleaning products and methods [...]

Green Drinks and the pH Miracle Diet

September 30, 2011 by  
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If you’ve been learning about the benefits of the pH miracle diet you’ve probably run across the phrase “green drinks” before. In fact, a quick search of reviews on Robert Young’s book “The pH Miracle Diet” shows that many people who use the program also use green drinks to boost the level of alkaline in [...]

Going Green in Your Home

September 29, 2011 by  
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Canadian builders going green, read the headline, and it got me thinking about the cost of not just building ‘green’, but of converting to green in our existing homes. Being able to list your house as a ‘green’ home must still be a novelty these days. One reason is that it can be expensive to [...]

Green For Gorgeous Refinished Floors

September 28, 2011 by  
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Hardwood floors are beautiful but anyone who has been through a hardwood floor refinishing project knows just how difficult it can be-dusty, toxic and generally unhealthy. That’s why most homeowners vacate their homes during the process. Fortunately, that’s changing, thanks in large part to companies with an environmental focus. For example, BonaKemi, whose Environmental Choice [...]

Global Warming and Building Green

September 27, 2011 by  
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Building green is one of the solutions to global warming that many people do not think about. Building green is designing and constructing buildings with the environment in mind. It is these practices that can have an impact on stopping global warming. Houses give off a high percentage of a country’s total carbon dioxide emissions. [...]

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