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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.

President Trump’s Policies Hit The EPA Hard

President Trump’s Policies Hit The EPA Hard

The EPA has been hit hard under the Trump administration. Employees of 25 years or more are leaving and many citizens are worried the protections the EPA provides are dwindling in front of us.

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McDonald’s Moves Ahead With New Projects in Sustainable Beef

McDonald’s Moves Ahead With New Projects in Sustainable Beef

A move that is bound to please meat eaters in the sustainable community, McDonald’s moves ahead with new projects in sustainable beef to help lessen the impact.

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Environmental Trends for 2017

Environmental Trends for 2017

Take a look at the environmental trends for 2017 and the backdrop that Trump’s presidency could have on climate change, the environment and more.

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Trump’s Stance on Environmental Issues

Trump’s Stance on Environmental Issues

Environmentalists and the average person have raised concern around Trump’s environmental stance and potential policies. From his EPA pick to comments on the world stage, we look at his stance.

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Climate Change Debate Critical in 2016 Election

Climate Change Debate Critical in 2016 Election

The upcoming election shows that the climate change debate is critical to many voters. Check out these global warming election talking points now.

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Limits on Aircraft Emissions May Help Create Clear Skies

Limits on Aircraft Emissions May Help Create Clear Skies

New EPA reports prove that aircraft emissions are dangerous to our air quality and environment in general. Now the EPA is challenged to implement limits that work.

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First Solar Road in the U.S. Planned for Route 66

First Solar Road in the U.S. Planned for Route 66

The solar revolution is here! The first solar powered road is expected to hit the U.S. soon. Where? Route 66 of course, where else should we start the journey?

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Best Green Product of 2016: Edible Six-Pack Ring

Best Green Product of 2016: Edible Six-Pack Ring

Solving a problem that has plagued animals, oceans and similar for decades, the edible six pack ring is the best innovation for 2016 based on our panel of experts.

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Zero Energy Homes Lower Your Family’s Carbon Footprint

Zero Energy Homes Lower Your Family’s Carbon Footprint

As climate change becomes a greater concern and energy companies gouge consumers, zero energy homes are becoming more popular as demand skyrockets.

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China’s March to Solar Dominance

China’s March to Solar Dominance

Take a look at China’s march to solar dominance. China has made a commitment to solar power, quickly making China a leader in renewable energy.

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