Archive | June, 2012

4 Ways to Go Green with Your Online Business

4 Ways to Go Green with Your Online Business

This guest post is by Tasha Yang of makecrazymoney.org. As an increasing number of people are concerned with going green and helping the environment, more businesses are focusing on embracing these principles in order to keep up with customer demands and to help the planet. Online businesses may have a harder time embracing green policies in […]

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Top Reasons to Buy a Hybrid Car in 2012

Top Reasons to Buy a Hybrid Car in 2012

This is a guest post by Danny Duric who is currently writing for East Coast Car Rentals Australia. He is excited to share his views about the latest green innovations in the automotive industry on Naturally Earth Friendly. There are many brands of vehicles that if you like driving your own car for holidays vacations […]

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Environmentally-Friendly Road Trip

Get Out, Go Green: Tips for an Environmentally-Friendly Road Trip

This guest post is by Dana Love of RoadSideDiscovery.com. Heading out on the highway as soon as the weather gets warm is an American tradition. Like many American traditions, however, it leaves something to be desired in the environmental-consciousness department. In terms of raw carbon emissions, driving is almost as bad as flying, the most […]

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Ibiza Joins the Green Movement

Ibiza Joins the Green Movement

This guest post is by Shay of http://www.ibizaairport.org. An estimated two million tourists visit Ibiza in a year. This is no surprise, since the place has long been declared as the entertainment or clubbing capital of the world. People from different corners of the globe make early reservations to beach resorts for a chance to […]

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The Basics to an Energy Efficient Mortgage

The Basics to an Energy Efficient Mortgage

This guest post is by Michael Ciocca of Total Mortgage. By now, I am sure you are aware of all the benefits of going green, whether it is better health, lower utility bills, or the great feeling of knowing that you are helping to impact the earth in a positive way. Did you know your […]

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Green Home Buying and Renovation

10 Useful Tips and Terms for Green Home Buying and Renovation

This guest post is by Robert Tutolo of Total Mortgage. As the dominant species on this planet, we as human beings have a responsibility to preserve and protect all other forms of life to the best of our ability. We are expanding at such a rapid pace that we generally tend to neglect the world […]

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Recycle Your Moving Boxes

Save Trees: Recycle Your Moving Boxes Infographic

The average mover uses 60 cardboard moving boxes to get all of their stuff to their new home. That is a lot of moving boxes. Add to that the fact that the average American moves 11 times over the course of their life and that adds up to 660 moving boxes per a person. Think […]

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How To Go Green When Caring For Your Teeth

How To Go Green When Caring For Your Teeth

This guest post is by Richard Keane of CosmeticDentistryGuide.co.uk. Oral health is extremely important and if you are eager to take steps towards a more environmentally friendly lifestyle at the same time as caring for your teeth and gums, there are ways of combining the two. There are several ways you can go green when caring […]

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Corruption in Malaysia Borneo Rainforest Cleared

21 NGOs from 9 Countries Ask for UN Involvement in Malaysia Corruption Scandal

Abdul Taib Mahmud, a politician in Malaysia since 1981, was found to be corruptly taking government land and destroying the Borneo rainforest at the same time. This was discovered in December 2011 when land registry records were leaked. Since that time the Malaysian government was given time to take care of this corruption. However, authorities […]

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Going Green Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive

Going Green Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive

This guest post is by Erika Celario of TONERGREEN blog. “Going Green,” you’ve probably encountered this term a thousand times over the internet, in newspapers or ad campaigns on TV. You might also be wondering, “what does it really mean?” Well, if you think taking an action to preserve our natural resources to help the environment needs […]

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