Saturday, December 20, 2014

Businesses Join Hands Against Climate Change

The most significant international treaty related to climate changes was the Kyoto Protocol, signed and adopted in 1997, in which the United Nations' state parties have agreed to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. Its entering into force in 2005 meant a huge leap in fighting global warming by reducing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere to a lower level.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Stephen Colbert Destroys Climate Deniers

In honor of Stephen Colbert's signing off the Colbert Report, here's a look at his most recent and most ridiculous takedown of a climate denier! Good luck Mr. Colbert!




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DIY Upgrades For a Greener Home




Home improvement projects are still one of the most popular ways to improve the quality and value of your home. Making those improvements green can also save your family money, make your house easier to maintain, further improve its value and beautify its appearance.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Home Improvement: How to Make Your House More "Green" and Energy Efficient


With the subject of global warming creating debates amongst politicians, many citizens continue to find ways of adopting the green initiative on their own. Creating green initiatives at school and work are all excellent strategies. One of the best ways to keep the momentum going is by executing a strategic green plan for the home.

The Best Changes Businesses Can Make to Go Green




While environmentally friendly living is catching on, most businesses—from small enterprises to multinational corporations—have a long way to go before their practices can be considered sustainable. There are some surprisingly easy "green" ideas that are easy and may even result in saving money, as well as the environment.

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