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Eco Tip of the Week

High electricity bills?

Re-evaluate your extra appliances.

Are you using the chest freezer? Is the beer fridge too old to have an energy guide label? Is the microwave only used for its clock? 25 more words

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Climate Change or a Change in Climate

Over the past three weeks, it would almost be “legal” to tell someone bon voyage as you part ways in the evening! Why? Flooding – caused by torrential rains. 675 more words

Ecotourism Kenya

Eco Tip of the Week

Take your laundry outside and let the wind, sun and warmth dry it. It’s better for your clothes, your energy consumption and your wallet.

The sun not only helps battle cotton diaper stains, it seems to gives linen an extra fresh smell too. 27 more words

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DGS issues guidelines on reducing energy use in new, existing and leased state buildings.

The Department of General Services has released new guidelines designed to reduce energy use in new building design and construction; major building alterations and building additions; existing state-owned buildings, and new and renegotiated state building leases. 49 more words

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40 million dollars to Develop Armenia’s Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

“Ecolur” NGO informs us that the Climate Investment Fund has allocated a 40 million dollar grant to Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund (R2E2) within the framework of Renewable Energy Expansion Program. 143 more words

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May is Building Safety Month

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has proclaimed May as Building Safety Month in California.

Building Safety Month is sponsored each year by the International Code Council (ICC) during the month of May.  267 more words

Energy Efficiency

The Cool Home: How to bring down the heat without high energy costs!

Summer is just around the corner and as we prepare for vacations, shorts and fun by the pool, we also prepare for higher energy bills for the remainder of the year. 745 more words

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