Understanding How Tidal Energy Works
Understanding How Tidal Energy Works

Understanding How Tidal Energy Works

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.

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The Shocking Facts about Fresh Water
The Shocking Facts about Fresh Water

The Shocking Facts about Fresh Water

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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The Future of Driving: Solar Powered Roads
The Future of Driving: Solar Powered Roads

The Future of Driving: Solar Powered Roads

Solar powered roads may sound like science fiction, but if one engineer has his way it will be a reality sooner than you may think. The future of driving has arrived!

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Keeping Dangerous Drugs Out of the Water Supply
Keeping Dangerous Drugs Out of the Water Supply

Keeping Dangerous Drugs Out of the Water Supply

Drinking a glass of water could expose you to hundreds of different medicines with each sip; learn how to protect the water supply.

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Top 11 Greenest Countries in the World
Top 11 Greenest Countries in the World

Top 11 Greenest Countries in the World

How does your country rank in terms of going green, explore the top 11 greenest countries in the world according the Environmental Performance Index.

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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.

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Oct 7

5 Renewable Energy Trends to Watch

Every year, new trends emerge in renewable energy. However, five of the biggest have remained renewable energy trends for many years now: microgrids, energy storage, wind and solar, electric vehicles and blockchain.

Each, in their own way, are a source of optimism for those looking for ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Some have been in development for many years while others have already seen a big movement among those who want to “live green.”

The following offers an overview of some of these major renewable energy trends.

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Sep 23

What is Waste to Energy?

Humans create a lot of garbage. Garbage fills up a lot of landfills. And those landfills can create a lot of environmental issues. What can be done?

In America, it might seem like a major problem. Especially since landfills include a number of materials that are not biodegradable. But there is a solution that can reduce waste and even help to create energy.

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Aug 5

What Are Microplastics?

Plastic waste is one of the worst environmental problems that the planet faces. Smaller plastic pieces that are less than five millimeters in length are called microplastics. They might be the worst of all plastics in terms of harming the planet.

Scientists only recently became aware of the extent of the pollution issue with microplastics. Researchers still aren’t sure how widespread the problem is or how to deal with it. That alone is an indication that microplastics might be a bigger problem than anyone at first anticipated.

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Jul 29

7 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Every Day

Anyone who is concerned about the environment can take immediate steps to contribute to the sustainability of the planet. One of the first steps is to find ways to reduce your carbon footprint.

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Jun 11

What Is Vertical Farming?

Vertical farming involves growing produce indoors where farmers can control the light, temperature, amount of water given to plants and even the carbon dioxide levels. In addition to giving more control to farmers, vertical farming also allows the produce to travel fewer miles to reach the store.

There are other advantages to vertical farming in addition to helping people eat local. There is potential for the practice to greatly increase food production and expand sustainable agriculture operations, an important factor in a world where the population is increasing rapidly (between 9 and 10 billion people by 2050).

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Make a Sustainable Earth Possible - One Eco-Friendly Step at a Time

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?