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24th February 2011

10 Easy Tips for Reducing Your Daily Paper Waste

People often forget how often they encounter paper and paper products during the day—this includes books, newspapers, toilet paper, cereal boxes, the labels on water bottles, catalogs, junk mail, money, parking tickets, receipts, napkins, and the list g...

01st February 2011

Environmental Benefits of Solar Panel Installation

One of the main reasons that many people are choosing to heat and power their homes with alternative sources of energy like wind and solar power is that they are relatively inexpensive after the initial setup costs. Mother Nature provides sunlight for peo...

24th January 2011

In what way Can Recycling Have an effect on Environment

Across decades, we've put to use the world to fulfill all of our desires. Simply put , we certainly have exploited the planet earth over and above her threshold level. The unfathomable incorrect use of the world has resulted in a worldwide temperature ris...

12th January 2011

7 of the Greenest iPhone Apps

The world is moving towards greener views and practices, and any trends the world is involved in you can bet Apple isn’t far behind. With the new iPad and ever-popular iPhone and iPod touch, the app world is growing everyday and not slowing down. It’s onl...

17th December 2010

Tenement Buildings Go Green

Scientists using thermal imaging equipment have been sent on a mission to turn Scotland’s traditional but hard-to-heat tenement buildings green. As the Scottish Government scrambles to meet their ambitious target of slashing greenhouse gas emissions by 4...

17th December 2010

Energy Saving Devices are to be given out by Home Energy Scotland

The Scottish Government needs to address the real causes of fuel poverty, which prevents people from reducing their energy use, claims a leading community trust. The North Edinburgh Trust, whose Future Families initiative funded by Climate Challenge has ...

26th October 2010

Climate Change

A pioneering new 3D map of the Amazon rainforest reveals how much carbon is locked in the trees and then released into the atmosphere when they are destroyed. The high-resolution map – produced using satellites, airborne laser technology and ground stu...

22nd October 2010

"A model in preparation for a ‘post-oil’ world"

In February the UAE launched a nationwide energy sustainability campaign under the name, “Heroes of the UAE”. Developed in conjunction with the Emirates Wildlife Society, the WorldWide Fund for Nature and the Environmental Agency-Abu Dhabi, the campaign’s...

07th October 2010

Carbon Offset Solutions

Carbon emissions or greenhouse gas emissions are a variety of different gases that when released into the atmosphere contribute to the greenhouse effect. These gasses disrupt the energy balance of the earth and bring about abnormal changes in the global e...

06th October 2010

Scotland Half Way to Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Scotland is half way to reaching it's target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 42 per cent within the next 10 years, according to official figures released by the Scottish government. In the last decade greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland fell by 20 pe...

17th August 2010

Maximize the Green Efficiency of Your Multi-site Technology Deployments through Truck Rolls

"According to the [Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)], light trucks account for 62% of greenhouse gas emissions," said Dan Murray, VP at Kentrox, in a recent Telephony Online article series by journalist Carol Wilson. "If a large wireless provider wit...

04th August 2010

Committee on Climate Change Asks Government for More Green Investment

According to a recent report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), if the government does not continue to support efforts in creating and improving technology that will deliver renewable electricity, electric cars, and efficient homes then they risk...

11th April 2010

EPA Climate Leaders Q&A.

Andrew Aulisi, Director, Climate Leaders Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Andrew Aulisi is director of EPA's Climate Leaders Program, an association of 200 large commercial and industrial companies that work with EPA to develop standardize...

04th March 2010

The Use of Led Lights – illusions4real

LED lights are very efficient as compared to other lighting products. This means that over a long span of time you save money on your power / energy costs by using LED lights. They also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Besides being extremely ene...

08th February 2010

Why No One Supports India and China's Views on the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions?

One of the highlights or the lowest points in the recent Copenhagen Summit in December were India and China's views on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. It created a flurry of news reams across the planet, talks were suspended at the Summit for c...

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