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– Certified Non-GE by A Greener World is a cost-effective way for producers to meet consumer expectations —

REDMOND, OR (MAY 9, 2016)–A Greener World (AGW)–the leading sustainable farm certifier–is launching a new label: Certified Non-GE by AGW. 568 more words

Green Living

Go Green and Save Green

One of the most important things that consumers can do to leave a smaller carbon footprint is to use less electricity. For years, we’ve heard all about sealing cracks around windows, using cold water for all laundry, and turning off unneeded lights. 708 more words

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Software harvesting rainwater storage systems

A DYNAMIC software program utilising kinetic energy is helping buildings with large roof areas in Southeast Asia harvest and recycle rainwater.

Freshwater scarcity and wastage is a global environmental issue, leading to nations such as Malaysia to seek siphonic drainage solutions to help recycle the precious resource. 195 more words


Summerize Your Home with Energy-efficient, Eco-friendly Upgrades

As summer starts to heat up and temperatures rise, we crank up air conditioners to stay cool.  However, many people may be surprised to learn that air conditioners use about 5% of all electricity produced in the U.S., costing homeowners more than $11 billion a year in energy costs. 345 more words

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HOMER Energy Announces Upgrade To Address Rapidly Changing Microgrid Storage Market

(Boulder, Colo. – May 18, 2016) HOMER Energy today announced the release of HOMER Pro 3.6, the latest version of the company’s HOMER Pro software, the global standard for early stage microgrid design and analysis. 351 more words

Green Business

Test Drive Review 2016 Toyota Prius V

Toyota offers the industry’s largest family of hybrid vehicles, so it’s only natural that it would produce a hybrid that caters to the whole family. … 739 more words

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Eco-Friendly Outdoor Furniture

Choosing green lumber alternatives instead of rainforest woods can help protect the earth’s tropical habitats. Because tropical hardwoods were routinely harvested for products such as patio furniture, some species have been eradicated. 137 more words

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