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Matthew Speer Matthew Speer is a Marketing and Advertising Executive that has worked with companies like AOL and U.S. News University Connection. He also has a passion for sustainability and keeping the Earth a beautiful place for our future generations which is why he helped create iSustainableEarth.com. Inspired by his own family and taking strides to go green he strives to live a sustainable lifestyle through research and action.

Spring Cleaning Using Green Products

Spring Cleaning Using Green Products

Spring is here and it is time to organize and clean up from winter. Yes, we all dread cleaning but many Americans will be exposed to toxic chemicals and nasty vapors just to feel clean. Leave the harsh chemicals behind and keep your cleaning natural and healthy by using green products.

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Litter On Mount Everest: The World’s Highest Garbage Dump

Litter On Mount Everest: The World’s Highest Garbage Dump

It saddens us to have to report that Mount Everest has earned the nickname, the “world’s highest garbage dump.” With so many looking to accomplish the once thought impossible, it is hard to understand why they would destroy it for the next person.

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Ocean Energy Facts:  Exploring How Ocean Power Works

Ocean Energy Facts: Exploring How Ocean Power Works

The ocean covers more than 70% of the planet, yet we have barely scraped the surface of its bountiful renewable energy supply. Explore how ocean power works and if ocean energy could power your life.

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America’s Favorite Renewable Energy Exposed

America’s Favorite Renewable Energy Exposed

Renewable energy is a cornerstone of the sustainable lifestyle, though which source of clean energy do Americans favor? We have the answer in our exclusive online poll, find out America’s favorite Renewable Energy now.

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Facts About Green Car Wash Systems and How They Conserve Water

Facts About Green Car Wash Systems and How They Conserve Water

Green car wash systems recycle water, reducing water consumption and waste water production. Think green when trying to keep your car clean and use a professional car wash system.

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Money Saving Energy Efficiency Tips For Your Home

Money Saving Energy Efficiency Tips For Your Home

A sustainable lifestyle doesn’t happen on accident, it requires work for all involved. These energy efficient tips for your home are unexpected, yet easy to tackle. Go green and save some green by checking out these tips today.

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Reusable Water Bottles Mandated at University Campuses

Reusable Water Bottles Mandated at University Campuses

Student advocacy groups are making progress on campuses across the United States as bans on plastic water bottles become more popular. Cutting down on the wasteful practices of these potentially toxic containers help save money and the environment at the same time.

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Geothermal Energy Facts: Understanding How Geothermal Power Works

Geothermal Energy Facts: Understanding How Geothermal Power Works

Understanding geothermal energy facts is the first step in helping create a sustainable future. While geological reasons may limit this renewable energy’s proliferation, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t exploit it where possible. Learn more about geothermal energy and how it works today.

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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 idea is viable and solar roads may soon come to a town near you.

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A Guide to Going Green on Halloween

A Guide to Going Green on Halloween

Ghosts and goblins may be lurking around the corner, but watch out for global warming – that is the one to be scared of. Going green on Halloween doesn’t mean just putting on makeup, there are some simple tips you can use to make that holiday a bit more eco-friendly.

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