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Solar Energy Is Almost Perfect: It Just Has a Few More Things to Improve

Published on June 21st, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

It’s easy to see why solar energy has been hyped as the ideal means of electricity generation, and the energy of the future. It relies on the ever-abundant energy provided by the sun (so it’s infinitely sustainable), it’s completely clean (with virtually no pollutant byproducts), and there aren’t secondary risks involved like there are with nuclear energy. There are just a few things needed to make it perfect. ... Read More

Eco Home Living

The Invisible Waste: Chemical Toxicity

Published on June 7th, 2019 | by Sarah Dephillips

We often narrowly define waste as things we throw in the trash can. But as we explored in an earlier article, waste is really anything that nature can’t break down and reuse in the life cycles [&hellip... Read More


How Long Does it Take a Golf Ball to Decompose?

Published on June 4th, 2019 | by Sarah Dephillips

There’s no denying that golf is a popular leisure sport in the United States and Europe.  Golf courses are often criticized by environmentalists for their use of water, fertilizers, and pesticides.  Sure, one could argue, golf [&hellip... Read More

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What is Waste?

Published on May 30th, 2019 | by Sarah Dephillips

We throw the term around enough – waste. We waste time, waste space, waste money. But the kind of waste we want to focus on here is a noun, not a verb. The kind of waste [&hellip... Read More

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