Want to go green in your home but don't know where to start? Check out these 5 simple way to start your journey towards a more sustainable way of life.
The greenest, most responsible way to use smartphones is to keep them in use for as long as possible. There are several ways to do this, even when you decide to upgrade.
Science Museum of Minnesota prevents 1.8 million pounds of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere each year using Advanced Heat Recovery system.
Building an eco-friendly home doesn’t have to cost a lot. These green renovation ideas can not only reduce your carbon footprint, but also increase your home’s value.
"Urbanite", or chunks of concrete rubble from demolished sidewalks and driveways, is an abundant and useful urban resource for walls, paths, and more..
Not the cats, silly! But if you live with cats, you probably deal with cat litter. If you have a lot of cats, that can mean a lot of kitty litter containers. What to do… read this post to get some ideas.
Learn how cool roof designs are used to reduce the heat absorption of conventional roofs and how they can help save money on your electric bill.
If considering building with straw bales, take a moment to look these numbers over so that you can understand how buildings codes instruct to calculate the density of the straw bales. This formula can make or break your project, and it is very important for you to put testing density of the straw bales that you are going to use at the top of your list of natural building priorities.
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