Archive | May, 2012

Ocean Vodka Offers Handcrafted Organic Vodka

Ocean Vodka Offers Handcrafted Organic Vodka

Sustainable and eco-conscious, the efforts of Ocean Vodka to offer quality organic vodka are dedicated to preserving our planet’s natural resources. Naturally gluten free, this 100% USDA organic vodka is the only vodka produced from organic sugar cane. In addition to other organic natural ingredients this vodka is free from added pesticides, herbicides and fungicides […]

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Six Ways Outdoor Sportspeople Can Reduce Their Impact

Six Ways Outdoor Sportspeople Can Reduce Their Impact

This guest post is by Jess of www.AppOutdoors.com. If you love to hike, mountain bike, climb, kayak, or surf, the chances are that you’re more environmentally aware than most. On the whole, outdoors sportspeople are amongst the strongest and most vocal champions of National Parks and wilderness areas but there is always more to do. […]

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Online Tutoring is Cost Effective

Online Tutoring Offers Parents Cost Effective School Help for Their Children

While the public school systems continue facing drastic budget cuts parents are learning the many benefits of online tutoring. Schools continue to cut their budgets in an attempt to save money wherever they can in this present economy. With these necessary budget cuts continuing students are losing quality teachers, sports programs, music programs and the […]

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5 Ways Going Green Can Reduce Grocery Bill

5 Ways In Which Going Green Can Actually Reduce Your Grocery Bill

This guest post is by Richard Adams of EcoLivingAdvice.com. I have a terrible admission to make. I used to work in a supermarket. You know – those giant temples to consumerism, waste, food miles and environmental degradation? That was me. And while I no longer work there it give me an intimate view of the […]

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Freezer Running Eco-Friendly

Is Your Freezer Running Friendly?

This guest post is by Rob Jenkins of plrpanda.net. You may not realise it but your freezer is one of the worst things for the environment in your entire house, partly because it takes a lot of energy to keep things frozen and partly because in order to function properly it needs to be running […]

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Recycling Rates on the Rise in the U.S.

Recycling Rates on the Rise in the U.S.

Since 1960, the amount of trash generated annually in the U.S. has nearly tripled. EPA data shows that in 2010, Americans created about 250 tons of trash. They produced just 88 tons 50 years earlier. Part of this increase is due to a growth in population. However, the average amount of trash that each American […]

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The Natural Speaker by Joon and Jung

The Natural Speaker by Joon & Jung

The Natural Speaker is handcrafted in the Netherlands. Constructed of ceramic and wood, this unique speaker design allows the sound to carry a slight echo. It’s similar to that of an acoustic instrument in an attempt to add the ambiance music is missing today. From Joon & Jung’s website: Each set of pieces is individually […]

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Top 5 Most Fuel-Efficient SUV

The Top 5 Most Fuel-Efficient SUV’s for 2012

This guest post is by Nick of CaliforniaAutoInsuranceHQ.com. Most people do not equate SUV and fuel-efficient in the same sentence. However, today more families are looking for larger, safer vehicles that are able to handle not only passengers but cargo as well. Then there are those that just do not want to give up having […]

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Top Threats to the Arctic Ecosystem

Environmentally Unfriendly: Top Threats to the Arctic Ecosystem

This guest post is by Douglas Santos of savebiogems.org. The damage being done to our planet is perhaps most noticeable in the Arctic region. The Arctic ecosystem has been put through the ringer, polluted and altered in ways that can pull at the heartstrings of the stoutest individuals. Pollution and chemicals from around the world […]

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Eco-Powered Watches

Eco-Powered Watches

This guest post is by Chris Derrer of The Watch Hut. Along with many other gadgets and forms of technology, renewable energy sources are becoming more and more used. But watches have been using renewable energy sources for centuries!GARD Pro Not Registered Since the late 1700′s self winding watches have been in existence, using oscillating […]

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