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A walk down memory lane on the Green Movement

June 11th, 2014

Living in this age of information, where information about the advancements in math, science, technology, and art is quite literally at our fingertips, could not be more exciting.

This fact could not be more relevant in the growth of the “green” movement. Scientific advancements and studies have shown us that human life has a particularly devastating effect on climate, forestation and wild animal life. It leaves us with the biggest question: What can we do to help?

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The Kyoto Protocol – Has it worked

June 13th, 2013

Taking data from the UN and PBL, the infographic below shows some of the progress made by the Kyoto Protocol in reducing CO2 emissions since its formation in 1997.

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What Happens To Extra Shingles – Ask Your Contractor

December 11th, 2012

This is a guest post contributed by American Custom Contractors, a roofing company in Maryland.

America churns out 12.5 billion square feet of asphalt shingles every year—that’s enough to shingle all of Washington D.C. almost five times! Unfortunately for the environment and for pocketbooks everywhere, about 11 million tons of those shingles end up being wasted and tossed into landfills annually.

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Facts on Recycling

December 9th, 2012

By guest writer, Mike J.

It is without a doubt that recycling will be a major contribution to the battle of reducing carbon emissions and therefore help prevent the full devastating effects of global warming. If we are optimistic – and I believe we should be – we might even be able to reverse the process of global warming. The facts on recycling

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