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  • 15 Affordable Green Gifts Under $50
     3 hours ago from www.inhabitat.com
    Want to get your friends and family great green gifts but don't have a lot to spend? Our 2014 Gifts Under $50 Guide is chock full of interesting, eco-friendly and off-the-beaten path presents...
  • The U.K. government's chief scientific adviser, Mark Walport, argues in his flagship annual report that there are many examples throughout history where the hasty adoption of new technology has...
  • 11 Buy-Nothing Gifts of Time
     4 hours ago from www.inhabitat.com
    Giving someone a great gift they'll really treasure doesn't mean dropping a ton of cash. Sometimes the best gift you can give a friend or loved one is something much less tangible: your time....
  • "Antibacterial" has become a trusted catchword in recent years, synonymous with cleanliness and immaculate hygiene—but studies are showing that these products are doing more harm than good...
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     “I am trying to calculate the R value of flooring materials. Different from walls? With a view to calculating...”
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     “Hello, I have used Cabot's decking oil on my front deck. I was a bit lazy with the second coat and have accidentally...”
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     “In the above information it states the Thermal Wall should be "X" thickness for a particular thermal mass...”
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     “My experience of using boiled linseed extrenally is that it will go black”
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     “Everyone's misspelling the word. It's terebine, NOT terebene.”
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  • The Australian Carbon tax is no more
     Updated: Fri, 18 Jul 14, 8:04pm
    Yesterday in the Senate the Carbon Tax was removed. This was a great victory for common sense as concerns realistic environmental policy. The Carbon Tax in Australia is gone - hurrah!
    Now, you may...
  • Dueling Climate Reports
     Updated: Mon, 21 Apr 14, 7:13pm
    In the interests of free speech I'm reposting this article so it gets better exposure. Guest essay by Dr. Craig D. Idso

    The release of a United Nations (UN) climate change report last week energized...

  • Second hand building materials
     Updated: Sat, 25 Jan 14, 9:53am
    Second hand building materials offer an excellent way to reduce environmental impact, we show you how. Houses and buildings are constantly being demolished and rebuilt all the time. This creates a large amount...
  • Climate Council, represents who?
     Updated: Tue, 24 Sep 13, 7:03am
    The Climate Commission is being reformed as the Climate Council, we ask who do they represent and what is their funding model? According to this article Tim Flannery is reforming the Climate...
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  • Environment Issues
    All about the environment and how we are affecting it and what we can do to improve things for the future
  • Climate Change
    Climate Change / Global Warming, what it is, is it real and how it effects us.
  • Solar Power
    Solar Power news, articles and advice on being more self sufficient by the sun. Info on batteries, grid connected power, solar panels, inverters, etc.
  • Wind Power
    Wind Power, what it is and how to do it. News and articles on wind power.
  • Recycling
    Recycling is important to sustainable living as it reduces what goes into landfill and reduces the need to supply new products.
  • Pollution
    Unfortunately pollution does happen, read all about it here.
  • Green Building
    Making sure what you build is green, sustainable and energy efficient is of prime importance.
  • Organic Food
    Organic food is not only good for you, its good for the environment as well. Learn about how to grow it or who supplies it.
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Green Tips of the Day
Turn off the water while you brush your teeth
Turn off the water while you brush your teeth. Dentists say you should brush for at least two minutes. Turning the water off during that time will save about eight gallons of water!
Avoid over-packaged products
Choose nature-friendly products in bulk and concentrated form.
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