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Necessary Commissioning of Habitat Surveys

May 19th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

Loss of biodiversity and ecosystem damage has become a serious and in some cases an irreversible problem. Increase in population and urban sprawl has led to serious environmental and economic losses. Critical habitats are being lost and there is an urgent need to curb this biodiversity loss


Eight Eco-friendly Office Tips

May 1st, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

  Individually, we don’t do much damage our world and its environment but when everyone is careless with precious earth


Filtered Water Coolers: Disrupting an Old and Ineffective Model

March 26th, 2013 | by Priti Ambani

Did you know that when you pay for bottled water, whether it is single serve or bottled water systems at work, 90% of the cost goes towards handling, transportation and delivery. Moreover, there is a huge environmental cost associated with plastic waste. All this for water that is available at a faucet? Makes no sense


Blackouts Plague Renewable-Rich Egypt

February 6th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

Egypt's social, economic and political woes are well documented, highlighted by the world's media on an all too regular basis. Away from the headlines, however, the thousands of power cuts inflicted almost daily on sections of the country's more than 82 million population barely rate a mention. They should. When electricity consumption outstrips supply, the lights go out


How Eco Friendly Is Your Floor?

December 21st, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

If you’re looking to renovate your house in the near future, one of the fantastic and brilliant ways to freshen up your home is to install brand new flooring. If you’re a little more eco minded however, you may want to know exactly which flooring types are more sustainable and friendly for the environment


Food Start-up Cater2.Me Brings Local Flavor & Street Food to Office Catering, Promotes Customer Appreciation

December 7th, 2012 | by Priti Ambani

Famed San Francisco and NYC food start-up Cater2.me is making it easy this season to give a shout out to your favorite start-ups – all while thanking family farmers. Founded in 2010, the company is dedicated to creating a lunch revolution by bringing the hottest new food trends to the company lunch table and making team meals a cultural food experience in the process


Mold From Hurricane Sandy? “Four Ds” Help Homeowners Clean Up, Remove and Prevent Mold

December 4th, 2012 | by Priti Ambani

Sandy's water surge brought 13.88 feet of high water at the Battery in New York Harbor and devastating damage to life and property across New-York, New Jersey, Maryland and Philadelphia. Now that Sandy’s flood waters have receded, the problems facing homeowners have not. Another serious Sandy side-effect is a a threat to more property damage, health, not to mention additional clean-up costs. Mold


A Trip to Italy Can Be as Green As You Like

August 9th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

If you love getting away on holiday with your family then you might find that this causes problems with your hopes of living in an environmentally friendly way. You needn’t worry though, as even a trip to somewhere as exotic and exciting as Italy can now be a green holiday


Are You Heating Up Your Home or the Planet?

August 7th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

When the temperature drops the most natural thing in the world is to turn up the heating in your house and stay indoors as much as possible. However, when you do this are you simply warming up the occupants of the house or you contributing to global warming


The Paperless Office: Will it Ever Really Happen?

June 22nd, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

One of the biggest issues preventing the wide-spread adoption of a paperless office is old habits. People are simply accustomed to using paper for a variety of things. While new technologies are emerging daily, they take time to gain acceptance and mainstream popularity. Original paperless office systems were technical, expensive and required extensive chances and planning within the office. Newer systems are streamlined, easy to use and simple to set up. While the paperless office might not be the main way of operating a business in the next month or year, it is closer to reality than ever before


Books: Good for the Mind/Bad for the Environment? How Reusing Books Creates Value in Your Community

May 15th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

With over a million new books published in the U.S. each year1 one might think that getting your hands on a good book wouldn’t be too hard, despite the growing popularity of e-readers. But the truth, as they say, can sometimes be stranger than fiction. Organizations focused on building literacy in underserved areas, such as schools, libraries and non-profits can benefit greatly from books – even gently- used ones – but may have trouble obtaining them. Discover Books (formerly Thrift Recycling Management), encourages people to consider repurposing their books for the benefit of others. Based in the Seattle, Washington area, we are a book collector, online reseller and a socially-minded organization dedicated to the ideal that where books are concerned, reuse is the best possible form of recycling. By reselling, recycling or charitably redistributing books, our company ensures that millions of otherwise good books are treasured, not trashed.


Owners of Electric Cars Can Save $750 to $1,200 a Year

May 11th, 2012 | by Guest Contributor

A report released on Monday by the Union of Concerned Scientists circulated by Reuters has confirmed that electric cars are cheaper to run than gas powered cars as well as being less polluting. The report shows that 'Drivers should feel confident that owning an electric vehicle is a good choice for reducing global warming pollution, cutting fuel costs, and slashing oil consumption,' said Don Anair, a senior engineer on UCSs clean vehicles program



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