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Shine A New Light on Energy Conservation

Shine A New Light on Energy Conservation

It is easy to appreciate how scary darkness can be, especially if you are taking a walk through a haunted house. Although most of the time we are not half-…

Upgrading Your HVAC Can Accrue Both Financial & Environmental Savings

Upgrading Your HVAC Can Accrue Both Financial & Environmental Savings

It was another summer of record-breaking temperatures all over the country and both homeowners and commercial businesses had to crank up their air conditioning units to combat the sweltering heat.…

Invest In Rechargeable Batteries To Save Time And Money

Invest In Rechargeable Batteries To Save Time And Money

  There are a great deal of benefits that accompany rechargeable batteries and their battery charger. We were impressed as we reviewed and researched the plethora of battery chargers that…

Solar Scorecard 2011

Solar Scorecard 2011

The Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition released it’s annual Solar Scorecard in April 2011. The scorecard is a “must read” resource and guide for consumers, institutional purchasers, investors, and anyone who…

Does It Make Sense To Switch To An Electric Vehicle?

Does It Make Sense To Switch To An Electric Vehicle?

With the threat of global recession looming, staggering unemployment and rising gas prices, it’s no surprise that many people are considering trading their current gas hogs for an electric vehicle…

A Simple Solution: Plan To Save

A Simple Solution: Plan To Save

There are always too many errands to run. Whether it’s the kids eating through all the food or the dog breaking yet another lamp, there are countless reasons you have…

A Green Solution That’s Grey

A Green Solution That’s Grey

You’re in the bathroom. You turn on the knob, soap up your hands, scrub ‘em clean and then you turn off the knob, and all that water just goes down…

Keep Bugs Away Naturally Without Harmful Chemicals

Keep Bugs Away Naturally Without Harmful Chemicals

This past summer a report that linked glyphosate, a chemical in Roundup, to birth defects in the offspring of lab animals caused more than a little consternation among millions of…

Sustainability: Not Living Beyond One’s Means

Sustainability: Not Living Beyond One’s Means

“Debt is the worst poverty.” ~Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732 Did you celebrate Tax Freedom Day on April 12? In case you didn’t know, according to the Tax Foundation, that’s the…

A New Green Innovative Due Diligence Program

A New Green Innovative Due Diligence Program

  Adding a Green Lens to Due Diligence Using environmental innovation to unlock value EDF and The Carlyle Group — a global private equity firm with nearly $150 billion in…

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