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Community Solar Gardens: A Bright Idea Whose Time Has Come

Community Solar Gardens: A Bright Idea Whose Time Has Come

By Susannah Shmurak, Posted August 19th, 2015

Going solar has never been easier. Does your community harness the power of the sun?

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How Do We Get to Sustainability Street?

How Do We Get to Sustainability Street?

By Bruno Cerpa Moreno and Lana Meeusen, Posted July 8th, 2015

21,500 kilometers, 20 countries, in search of solutions for sustainable living.

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How to Use Crowdfunding to Create Positive Change

How to Use Crowdfunding to Create Positive Change

By Matt Ward, Posted June 2nd, 2015

Want to help the world? Here’s how to finance your great idea.

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Top 10 Ethical Travel Destinations for 2015

Top 10 Ethical Travel Destinations for 2015

By Eartheasy, Posted January 6th, 2015

Your travel choices can help support environmental protection, social welfare and human rights.

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How to Get Started with Alternative Energy

How to Get Started with Alternative Energy

By Eartheasy, Posted March 27th, 2014

Generating clean electricity at home has become a realistic dream. Is it right for you?

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Lights Out for Incandescent Bulbs

Lights Out for Incandescent Bulbs

By Eartheasy.com, Posted December 31st, 2013

Our new and enduring reality is to seek energy-efficiency in all aspects of modern life.

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Understanding Fracking’s Massive Water Use

Understanding Fracking’s Massive Water Use

By Kristina Ross, Posted September 11th, 2013

The average fracking site uses about 4.2 million gallons of water in each well, which is enough clean drinking water for 42,000 people.

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Hybrid Cars Going Mainstream, Sales Up 40%

Hybrid Cars Going Mainstream, Sales Up 40%

By Eartheasy.com, Posted May 27th, 2013

Consumers drawn to more model choices, proven technology and competitive pricing…

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Will Nanosponges Soak Up the Toxins in Our Bodies?

Will Nanosponges Soak Up the Toxins in Our Bodies?

By Eartheasy.com, Posted May 16th, 2013

By mimicking targeted cells rather than attacking toxins, nanosponges represent a single approach to combat a broad range of dangerous toxins in the bloodstream.

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Carbon Reduction Efforts Failing to Thwart ‘4-degree’ Climate Doomsday Scenario

Carbon Reduction Efforts Failing to Thwart ‘4-degree’ Climate Doomsday Scenario

By Eartheasy.com, Posted December 4th, 2012

World Bank encourages countries, individuals to act more aggressively to achieve climate goals…

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New Fabric-Covered Blades to Lower Cost of Wind Energy

New Fabric-Covered Blades to Lower Cost of Wind Energy

By Eartheasy.com, Posted December 3rd, 2012

GE using architectural fabrics to make wind energy costs competitive with fossil fuels…

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Coral Reefs Communicate with Fish for Protection

Coral Reefs Communicate with Fish for Protection

By Eartheasy.com, Posted November 20th, 2012

Some corals emit a chemical signal which alerts goby fish to destroy threatening toxic seaweed…

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As Easy as Riding a Bike

As Easy as Riding a Bike

By Melissa Bruntlett, Posted November 1st, 2012

Could you go car free? For one family it was easier than they thought…

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Arctic Sea Ice in Record Retreat

Arctic Sea Ice in Record Retreat

By Eartheasy.com, Posted September 4th, 2012

Our planet is warming at an alarmingly rapid pace, evidenced by an accelerating rate of sea ice decline…

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White Roofs Offer a Simple Strategy to Help Combat Global Warming

White Roofs Offer a Simple Strategy to Help Combat Global Warming

By Juan Carlos P.E., Posted July 24th, 2012

It’s amazing how the ambient temperature in a building can change so significantly through this simple action…

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Largest dam removal project in US history nears completion

Largest dam removal project in US history nears completion

By Eartheasy.com, Posted May 17th, 2012

Focus turns to salmon restoration strategies, with a clash of visions…

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New Studies find Pesticide a Cause of Bee Colony Collapse

New Studies find Pesticide a Cause of Bee Colony Collapse

By Eartheasy.com, Posted April 2nd, 2012

Non-lethal doses of common pesticides can still lead to colony collapse…

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Vestergaard Frandsen and Eartheasy Issue Three Million Liters Challenge

Vestergaard Frandsen and Eartheasy Issue Three Million Liters Challenge

By Eartheasy.com, Posted March 29th, 2012

Swiss disease control technology company and online retailer—along with consumers— to give the gift of water filtration to communities in developing countries…

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Is Coal Going the way of the Dinosaur?

Is Coal Going the way of the Dinosaur?

By Eartheasy.com, Posted March 28th, 2012

New EPA carbon standards could end the construction of conventional coal-fired power plants…

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Is the ‘Wind Lens’ a Green Energy Breakthrough?

Is the ‘Wind Lens’ a Green Energy Breakthrough?

By Eartheasy.com, Posted March 23rd, 2012

New design by Japanese researchers can double or even triple the energy output of wind turbines…

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