Tidal energy is rarely mentioned as an alternative energy source, even though humans have been using it for over 1000 years. Get the facts on how it works and what it can do for you.
Fresh water is a necessity of life; in fact you can only live a few days without it. Take the first step in reducing your water consumption by reviewing these shocking facts about fresh water.
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Going Green: Eco Friendly Advice & Alternatives
Sustainability is the capacity to endure. Going green is the awareness and effort of using Earth’s precious resources efficiently and responsibly. Here you will find everything you need to understand the phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” and make it a part of your everyday life. From energy efficiency to water conservation, even tips on how to save a little green it is all just a click away. Together we can make a difference one step at a time.
A new law in Wyoming provides a disgusting view into the politics behind protecting businesses over the environmental health and safety of the citizens. This law challenges the very nature of our society and is currently being challenged in federal court.Read more
An exclusive online poll uncovers the top environmental problem our readers want to solve. While every problem deserves our attention we can now see what our top priority is and how we should tackle it.Read more
Bike sharing programs can solve the Earth’s biggest problems – unpolluted air, clean water, no extinct animals or plants. They also make people stay active and healthy, creating hundreds of jobs and are very inexpensive.Read more
With the ever increasing pollution and impacts from global warming the world’s food supply is at risk. Not just from shortages, but quality is now being impacted. From tasteless vegetables to stringy chicken – foodies beware, climate change is about to make dining a poor experience.Read more
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that about only 11% of world marketed energy consumption is from renewable energy sources. Read more
The increasing size of our landfills is baffling. Once items have reached the end of their lifespans, they’re thrown out without a second thought. Here are some startling facts around this issue: Read more
Hawaii, a stated forced to import more foreign oil than any other state in the union, has made yet another step this summer to becoming a leader in transitioning to renewable energy sources. Read more
You bring your own cloth bags when shopping and support the local farmers market as often as possible. You buy in bulk to avoid excess plastic packaging and have a reusable water bottle. Read more
Protecting this beautiful, blue marble we call home may seem like a daunting task to the mere individual. What can one person do to help protect our planet when it is constantly bombarded from Read more
The money saving resources available at iSustainableEarth.com offer you an exciting opportunity to easily set a course for a sustainable lifestyle. You will find real solutions for real people such as how to lower electric bills, reduce your carbon footprint and even research green jobs. We only have one planet and one life; why not make the most of both?