Author archive - Matthew Speer

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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.

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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The Dirty Side of Green Products

The Dirty Side of Green Products

The dirty side of green products is that there may not even be such a thing as green products. It may be a full greenwashing when you compare to the alternatives of those “green products.”

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The Falling Price of Oil and Its Impact on the Solar Power Industry

The Falling Price of Oil and Its Impact on the Solar Power Industry

As the price of oil continues to remain weak, the solar power industry is hurting as well. The question is, will solar bounce back?

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Enjoy a Green Valentine’s Day

Enjoy a Green Valentine’s Day

Feel the love between you and the planet by enjoying a green Valentine’s day. It’s the best way to show you want your love to last. Here are some tips on how.

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Healthcare Going Green to Create a Healthy Planet & Patient

Healthcare Going Green to Create a Healthy Planet & Patient

Healthcare is going green for the sake of the patient and planet. Bringing a new era to the medical profession, where sustainability of life means so much more.

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Climate Change and the Impact on Human Health

Climate Change and the Impact on Human Health

Often, the conversation around climate change and global warming focuses on the planet or energy. Though there are direct impacts on human health that should be considered and debated. To ignore that, is to otherwise slowly kill humanity.

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Reduce Landfill Volume by Taking Extra Care of Your Stuff

Reduce Landfill Volume by Taking Extra Care of Your Stuff

Everyone can make a difference in how much trash we produce. From simple steps like keeping your tires inflated to properly managing your razor, every little step will add up in the long run. Find out how you can help by checking out these three tips.

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If You Could Solve One Environmental Problem, What Would It Be?

If You Could Solve One Environmental Problem, What Would It Be?

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.

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Climate Change a National Security Risk

Climate Change a National Security Risk

Climate change isn’t just a topic for debate, it is a serious concern to the national security of the United States. That is why the Obama administration added climate change to the national security strategy and seeks a global consensus on change.

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Solar Energy Could Power the World

Solar Energy Could Power the World

Solar energy could power the world, if we just invested time and effort into the solution. Enough energy is produced in a few moments from the sun to power the planet, we just need to harness it. Learn more from our infographic now.

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