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Banned! Vermont is the First State to Ban Fracking

Banned! Vermont is the First State to Ban Fracking

In a move largely symbolic, Vermont has banned the practice of hydraulic fracturing or fracking to help curb environmental damage and water contamination. Vermont is hoping this ban will be the model for other states to adopt, pushing for greater respect of our planet and resources she holds.

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The Push for Energy Independence Stimulates Green Job Growth

The Push for Energy Independence Stimulates Green Job Growth

The drive for energy independence in America has begun to stimulate local economies and could begin to stem the tide of the economic downturn. Our workforce and planet are screaming for something to change and green jobs associated to energy independence could produce hundreds of billions of dollars in new wealth.

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Keeping Dangerous Medicines Out of the Water Supply

Keeping Dangerous Medicines Out of the Water Supply

Pharmaceuticals such as birth control, anti-depressants, vitamins and antibiotics have been found in millions of American’s drinking water. Studies have shown that genetic mutations have occurred in fish, birds and amphibians because of this problem and now scientists are concerned about your health.

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The Most Important Reason to Go Green

The Most Important Reason to Go Green

The iSustainableEarth.com poll results are in, the most important reason to go green has been revealed by our users and the answer might shock you. Though we must remember, the reason is not the important part, it is our actions, so do your part and go green.

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Fracking May Be Poisoning Our Children’s Air

Fracking May Be Poisoning Our Children’s Air

The fracking industry continues to be under fire for environmental concerns. A new three year study finds that fracking processes are releasing cancer causing toxins right across the street from public schools and our children.

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Green Jobs are Flying High with Wind Energy Production in America

Green Jobs are Flying High with Wind Energy Production in America

As the wind energy sector creates renewable energy jobs tax credit woes could unravel all the gains. With a projected $145 billion to be invested over the next five years the President and Congress must stop the green jobs from blowing away in the wind.

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Bright Outlook for Green Jobs Associated to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Bright Outlook for Green Jobs Associated to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric vehicle demand is increasing and some experts anticipate that EVs will be 60 percent of the cars on the road in 20 years. This growth must answer the “range anxiety” issue by building out a large EV charging station infrastructure. This build out leads to a bright outlook for associated green jobs.

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Help Your Kids Go Green and Stay Safe with Green Toys

Help Your Kids Go Green and Stay Safe with Green Toys

Eco-friendly toys are a fantastic way to help your kids live a sustainable lifestyle while reducing possible exposure to lead and other toxins. Demand for green toys is growing faster than other toys in the U.S., so let us help you understand what makes a toy green

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Tesla Charges Up the Electric Vehicle Market with the Model X

Tesla Charges Up the Electric Vehicle Market with the Model X

No longer is an EV and cute little novelty, the EV is now a serious contender. The Tesla Model X is a sporty and luxurious electric vehicle capable of speeds better than Porsche 911 with a range large enough to crisscross Rhode Island 6 times on a single charge.

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Smart Water Conservation Tips for Swimming Pools

Smart Water Conservation Tips for Swimming Pools

Over the course of one year more than half of your pool’s water can evaporate, wasting water and energy. This is why smart water conservation tips for swimming pools are an important part of a sustainable lifestyle.

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