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There are so many uses for beer aside from drinking it, using it in cooking or wasting it. Beer can sometimes replace environmentally harsh products for a variety of tasks.
Want to save at least a thousand of gallons of drinking water a year and get your garden or compost heap really cranking? Just pee outside.
Seasonal Energy Storage is a fancy term relating to something humanity has been doing for a very long time – burning wood and other biomass. Seasonal Energy Storage could play an important role in a renewable energy future.
Pick up some green tips for keeping your house, your pets and yourself cool through a sweltering summer and points to consider when choosing and using an air conditioner.
Ants are industrious critters and very beneficial to the environment; but at times they clash with human habitation and can become quite troublesome. Instead of reaching for insecticide there are other ways to deal with ants – pick up some tips in this article.
Sustainable palm oil is a very important topic – more than most of us realise. So what is GreenPalm and is it effective?
What is the more environmentally friendly product usage – disposable paper cups made from post-consumer paper waste or a plastic reusable cup?
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, or in this case – an ounce of enzyme is worth a pound of caustic soda; or a hundred bucks spent on a plumber.
Energy efficiency is the low hanging fruit of greenhouse gas reduction. By taking a little care with how we use electricity in our homes, we not only lighten the load on the environment, but we can save cash too.
The “IKEA effect” is a term coined describing the phenomena where people place more value on something they have constructed themselves – even if that construction is something as simple as flat-pack furniture.