Office “Go Green” Tips

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Buildings and workplaces use a significant amount of energy and natural resources, so whether your office is large or small, “going green” can make a big difference. Taking measures like purchasing more environmentally friendly products and services, reducing waste and collectively using fewer resources can have a large impact… Read more »

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More for Environment, Less on Energy

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Nowadays, we have become concern about living it green as well as adapting to an eco-friendly lifestyle. Media in the recent years stresses the danger of energy wastage. Saving Gaia, Earth Hour and Earth Day are schemes employed by world organisations in order to stop that. The CO2 High amounts of carbon dioxide, also known… Read more »

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Next Generation, Eco-Friendly LivingHome with Armstrong Origins Cabinets Will Debut at Dwell on Design Conference

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Eco-friendly Origins™ kitchen cabinets from Armstrong Cabinet Products, a licensed brand of ACProducts, Inc., are featured in the new LivingHome® C6, debuting at the Dwell on Design Conference, June 21-23 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “Renewable resources are important in the kitchen, especially if a homeowner or a… Read more »

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Religions seen slow to go green; Pope has chance to inspire

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living OSLO (Reuters) – Few religious communities have gone as far in fighting climate change as a church in Queensland, Australia, which has 24 solar panels bolted to the roof in the shape of a Christian cross. “It’s very effective. It’s inspired some members of our congregation to install panels… Read more »

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Eco Friendly: 2014 Accord Hybrid | Autonet.ca

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Honda Canada claims the new Accord Hybrid will get 4.1L/100 km in combined highway/city driving but no fuel economy numbers have been issued by Natural Resources Canada. See on www.autonet.ca

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The Hand Tree is a Bracelet That Purifies Polluted Air

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living The Hand Tree is a bracelet that purifies smoggy or polluted air with the aid of a carbon filter. As the human race continues to expand and urbanize, air pollution is becoming a serious, pressing issue – in major cities such as Beijing and Tehran you can literally see the problem before your… Read more »

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A Tiny Battery Made Of Wood That Lasts Really Long

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Using only wood, tin and sodium as raw material, scientists at the University of Maryland have come up with a tiny, long-lasting, eco-friendly battery, which can be charged hundreds of times. The scientists build the battery by using a very thin piece of wood, which they say is “a thousand… Read more »

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