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California is the Biggest Emerging Green State in the US

California is the Biggest Emerging Green State in the US

This was written by Richard Orban on behalf of Freedom Solar Power. For the third consecutive year, California has emerged to be the top clean energy state in the United States. The state dominated the 2012 State Clean Energy Index as it continues to lead the country in establishing testing grounds for all kinds of […]

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Importance of Sustainable Agriculture

The Importance of Sustainable Agriculture

This was written by Dan Hart of Vellag.com. As agriculture, like every other global industry, continues to expand, the need to ensure that farming is conducted sustainably is becoming more and more important. Sustainable farming covers many aspects, all of which must be addressed if the agricultural industry is to continue to expand in such […]

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Electronic Cigarettes Healthy For Our Planet Too

Electronic Cigarettes Healthy For Our Planet Too

This was written by Andy Roberts. For many years people have been concerned with the effects of smoking on an individual’s health – but what about on the planet? Environmentalists across the world have always been worried about the implications of synthetic chemicals and cigarettes and the effect they have on the planet. Firstly, there […]

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Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah Malaysia

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Sabah, Malaysia

This post is by Shaiya Ong with the Sabah Guide. The list of endangered species is growing and those that have gone instinct have also increased. It is sad news for any earth lover, but it is uplifting to learn that there are certain countries that consider the wildlife its ultimate gem; thus taking care of […]

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From Climbing Trees to Doctoring Them

From Climbing Trees to Doctoring Them

This was written by Sandy Cosser with Australian Skilled Migrant Jobs. Were you one of those kids who spent more time up trees than on the ground? Did you get as much of a thrill from being in the tree as from being way up off the ground? Did you treat trees as your personal […]

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Oceanopolis Brest France

Oceanopolis: An Amazing Work of Nature and Technology

This guest post is by Shaiya Ong of Brest Airport. It is sad to learn that many tourists fail to enjoy the beauty of France, simply because they remain crowded in Paris. If only they realize the beauty lurking in the coastal area of Brest then they would rush over enjoy the beauty of this place. […]

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

10 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

This guest post is by GR8Fires of http://www.gr8fires.co.uk/. Cutting your carbon emissions need not be expensive or difficult. Some little tweaks to your routine can make all the difference. Monitoring Emissions Begin by finding out your footprint and gain an understanding of what activities produces the most emissions. Carbon calculators like the WWF Footprint Calculator […]

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Earth Friendly in Marseille

Let’s go Earth Friendly in Marseille

This guest post is by Shay of www.frenchairportguide.com/mrs/. Traveling to Marseille is so much fun, but it would be better if you share it with friends who appreciate nature as much as you do. Consider these following places and you will love Mother Earth even more. Green Bear As the name implies, this restaurant serves […]

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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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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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