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Nuclear Energy: Achieving Realism and Balance

A nuclear energy scientist from a group of which I’m a part writes: (It wasn’t hard to see how) we came to agreement that a proven technology should be developed ASAP to produce abundant, clean energy, reduce existing health risks,

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: How Your Roof Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

An upgrade to a roof can make your home more energy efficient in several ways to reduce the costs of climate control. If you are not a construction expert, then understanding how replacing a roof makes a difference with energy

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakley: Six Home Renovations to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

It’s time to go green! Being energy conscious is something more and more homeowners are focusing on when it comes time to renovate. Even if you are doing major renovations in Surrey, Port McNeill or even in the southwestern United

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From Guest Blogger Blake Meredith: Five More Eco-Savvy Tips for Prepping your Place for Winter

If you’re concerned about protecting your home against the ravages of winter, as well as skyrocketing energy costs, you should begin to safeguard your property now, while the weather is still warm. As a companion to our recent article on

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From Guest Blogger Alicia: Five Reasons Why You Should Be Using Renewable Energy

All sources of renewable energy, including wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biomass, provide not only substantial benefits for our climate and environment, but for our economy and health as well. A recent study by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory found

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie: Sustainable Home Improvement–How to Maintain Clean Air in Your House

When people think of air quality, they often think of the air outdoors. Indoor air pollution, though, can also be a big problem. Very often, the air in your home isn’t as clean as you think. Sometimes this is obvious

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Bullish on Renewable Energy – Thanks for the Help!

I’m thrilled that long-time 2GreenEnergy supporter Gary Tulie has agreed to help me on my new book project (Bullish on Renewable Energy – Eleven Reasons Why Clean Energy Investors Can’t Lose). Not only does Gary’s background render him supremely well

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weekly: Going Green — Five Home Maintenance Tips to Make Your House Cleaner and More Sustainable

It’s not practical for every homeowner to renovate their entire home in the interest of going green. Luckily, there are simple changes you can make to gradually increase your home’s efficiency. These home maintenance tasks are easy ways to reduce

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Renewable Energy: Deal of the Century, Perhaps the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

86 years ago today the first loaf of sliced bread was sold.  Yet, according to the Writer’s Almanac, even this marvel, which famously took the world by storm, had a rough start in terms of consumer acceptance. Perhaps we’re seeing

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From Guest Blogger Ashley: Could the Navy Succeed in Beaming Solar Energy to Earth from Space?

Recently, the United States Naval Research Laboratory put into plans to build solar panels that are to be placed in space with the capability to beam the energy collected directly to Earth. Sounds like a plot to a James Bond

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