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Entries from October 2011

Happy Green Halloween How To Be Energy Efficient and Green on October 31st

October 25th, 2011 · Comments Off on Happy Green Halloween How To Be Energy Efficient and Green on October 31st

Happy green Halloween how to be energy efficient and green on October 31st. Kristin Swineford at the Energy Savers Blog has posted some interesting ideas on increasing energy efficiency at home this Halloween. Controlling heat loss, lighting, and waste can make for an energy-efficient and green Halloween celebration at home. (Photo: Sunnking) Hey folks, Halloween […]

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Tags: Renewable Energy

Beautiful Nature In The Heart Of The Urban Jungle

October 18th, 2011 · Comments Off on Beautiful Nature In The Heart Of The Urban Jungle

Photographer Tim Simmons in a commission called The Urban Land Project aims to challenge people to reflect and reconnect with their surroundings. For many city dwellers, the only glimpses of beautiful nature they’ll have on a regular day would be in the images of their desktop nature themes or screen savers. Unless you live near […]

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Tags: Environment · News · Sustainability

General Motors Earns $1 Billion A Year From Recycling

October 11th, 2011 · 1 Comment

GM was chosen as a finalist for the Waste and Recycling News Green Corporate Citizen Award. General motors earns 1 billion a year from recycling. American carmaker General Motors Corporation has shown that recycling can be an excellent profit source for any manufacturing business. (Photo: The Motor Report) We seem to be hearing a lot […]

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Tags: Recycling

Germany Builds World’s Largest Solar Park Over Old Pit Mine

October 4th, 2011 · Comments Off on Germany Builds World’s Largest Solar Park Over Old Pit Mine

Germany builds worlds largest solar park over old pit mine. The land over a former open-pit tin mine is now the proud location of the world’s largest solar park Saferay has built a 78 MW solar plant on land that used to be an open pit mine in Senftenberg, Germany. (Photo: Saferay) What do you […]

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Tags: Renewable Energy