27 June 2011 ~ 1 Comment

Reduce The Energy Your Website Uses With Online Leaf

photo credit: Foto43 It’s a popular myth that reading something online is far more environmentally-friendly than reading something printed on paper. After all, by reading online you’re saving trees being cut down, you’re saving the production and use of unpleasant inks and you’re eliminating the waste that comes from having to dispose of that printed […]

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22 November 2010 ~ 2 Comments

The Disadvantages Of Eco Friendly Living

photo credit: normalityrelief To those of us who care about the environment and eco friendly living one question we need to ask ourselves is why we are still in the minority. Why do most people make at best a token gesture towards living a more sustainable lifestyle? This is the question I have been considering […]

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22 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Minimalism And Eco Friendly Living

photo credit: joiseyshowaa Minimalism is a lifestyle movement characterized by stripping life down to the bare fundamentals. The concept involves giving away or selling the vast majority of your belongings to live a simpler, more rewarding existence. Items are more likely to be rented or borrowed than bought. Even one’s diet is kept simple and […]

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21 September 2010 ~ 0 Comments

How To Have An Eco Friendly Barbecue

photo credit: TheBusyBrain Summer is here at last! And with it comes the inevitable warmth, sunshine and desire for barbecues. However as with anything else, there is an eco friendly way to have a BBQ and an uneco-friendly way. As many regular readers will know, I believe that being eco friendly should be fun and […]

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23 May 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Eco Living Review: “The Green Food Bible” By Judith Wills

photo credit: thebittenword.com How green is the food we eat? Is local food always better than imported food? Which cooking methods use the least energy? Is organic food really better for you than non-organic? These are just a few of the questions which author Judith Wills aims for is her book entitled “The Green Food […]

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24 April 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Green Search Engines On Test

photo credit: dullhunk Part of modern life these days, especially if you are part of the internet age (which I guess you are, if you’re reading this article!) is the use of search engines to find websites. But have you ever considered that there might be greener alternatives to Google, Yahoo and Bing? Alternatives where […]

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