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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.
*+-Regardless of your stance around climate change these technologies that help you go green just make sense. From reducing toxins to lowering energy costs it makes sense to embrace sustainability as much as possible.Read more
*+-The U.S. and China reached a landmark agreement on curbing climate change. This comes at a critical time as 39.8 billion tons of carbon dioxide was pumped into the planet’s atmosphere last year alone, a new record.Read more
*+-We consider ourselves an intelligent species, but our actions often defy this belief. Why are the scientists ignored when they about climate change, only to see mass panic with Ebola when the risk is so low of infection? It just doesn’t make sense.Read more
*+-A sad milestone has been reached and nobody is excited that we have achieved it. The planet recently set a new record in carbon dioxide emissions, pushing us farther down the climate change path.Read more
Environmental economists study how natural resources are used and distributed. They monitor economic trends and collect data on energy costs, interest rates, inflation, etc. Read more
The numbers are in on 2014, and it is the hottest year in history, according to findings from the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO). It’s part of a trend that points to a warmer future for the entire planet. Read more
President Barack Obama’s new national security strategy adds climate change – and the potential for conflicts over “basic resources like food and water” – to the list of top risks to the nation’s security. Read more
Environmental restoration planners evaluate the conditions of the ecosystems to determine the extent of impacts caused by climate change, pollution, human activity, and nature. Read more
Environmental engineers perform duties such as researching, designing and planning projects for the city or state to ensure the environmental standards are met. 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?