Putting in window treatments, tuning fans to suck hot air out and other tips can help keep your home cool this summer even without air conditioning.
There are a number of simple yet effective strategies that you can employ to reduce your energy consumption and reduce your carbon footprint extensively…
Here are a few eco-conscious summer lifestyle tips to help you and your family manage those risks and still enjoy those lazy summer days.
When the outside air temperatures start heating up, there are plenty of tried and true way to stay cool without running the emissions-hogging air conditioner.
How To Enjoy Eco-Friendly Vacations Choose Greener Airlines, Visit Eco-Friendly Locations and Buy Local
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Mineral-based sunscreens are better for the environment and our personal health, but can be harder to find and more expensive than their traditional counterparts.
Summer has finally arrived, and it’s the time of year that you will likely find yourself amping up your lawn care agenda.
Dear EarthTalk: Summer is near and I am planning a big road trip. Do you have any tips for boosting my car’s fuel efficiency on long, hot drives? —Esther McCoy, Burlington, VT Ah, the summer road trip, that classic American experience. But long drives through steamy weather can burn through a lot of gas and cause […]
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