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Bike Sharing Programs Can Solve the Earth’s Problems

Bike Sharing Programs Can Solve the Earth’s Problems

Bike sharing programs can solve the Earth’s biggest problems – unpolluted air, clean water, no extinct animals or plants. They also make people stay active and healthy, creating hundreds of jobs and are very inexpensive.

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Global Warming Could Change the Taste of Food

Global Warming Could Change the Taste of Food

With the ever increasing pollution and impacts from global warming the world’s food supply is at risk. Not just from shortages, but quality is now being impacted. From tasteless vegetables to stringy chicken – foodies beware, climate change is about to make dining a poor experience.

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Hottest Century Ever: Global Warming Trend Continues

Hottest Century Ever: Global Warming Trend Continues

As the global warming trend worsens the harsh winters may get worse. This may be counter intuitive however quite true and based on research from MIT. Learn more about our record breaking climate change trend and what can be done to curb this growth.

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Everyday Technologies That Help You Go Green

Everyday Technologies That Help You Go Green

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.

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United States and China Reach Groundbreaking Climate Change Agreement

United States and China Reach Groundbreaking Climate Change Agreement

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.

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As Bad As It Is, There Are Scarier Things Than Ebola

As Bad As It Is, There Are Scarier Things Than Ebola

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.

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The Planet Breaks Record for Carbon Dioxide Emissions, On Pace to Do It Again

The Planet Breaks Record for Carbon Dioxide Emissions, On Pace to Do It Again

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.

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Choosing an LED Light Bulb: A Guide to Green LED Lighting

Choosing an LED Light Bulb: A Guide to Green LED Lighting

Choosing an LED light can be difficult at first, especially if you haven’t really looked into your lighting options recently. These green lighting options are better for the environment as compared to traditional bulbs or CFLs. They also can save you a lot of money.

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Green Jobs for 2015 and Beyond

Green Jobs for 2015 and Beyond

The rise of eco-conscious consumers and corporate initiatives has helped blossom the green industry. Find out where the top green jobs for 2015 are and how you can land one of them.

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The Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone: What Can Be Done to Change It?

The Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone: What Can Be Done to Change It?

While going about your daily life do you even consider that the food you eat for gas you pump is killing the oceans? Learn about the massive dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and why it killing sea life at an alarming rate.

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