Still no light at end of tunnel for US emissions

A fresh political squabble is abrew in the US over emissions from greenhouse gases. President Obama was unsuccessful pushing his legislation past Congress. So now he would like the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to take over emissions regulations. There are also counter-measures Congress is being asked to address that strip the authority from the EPA […]

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New Solar Technology for Homeowners

Whether trying to go completely off-grid or simply just trying to decrease the cost of monthly utility bills, a growing number of homes are looking for ways to increase their energy efficiency.  To achieve this, more and more homeowners are looking to renewable energy to fuel their home.  To benefit from this movement, companies of […]

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WWF campaign on sources of timber

WWF, the world’s leading conservation body, have just launched a study which has found that companies in the UK are selling items such as kitchen worktops, doors and decking that come from places where illegal logging is having a devastating effect on people and wildlife. They have produced an animation to encourage consumers across the […]

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Lack of environmental guidance at work

New research claims that employers should be doing more to properly instruct their staff about how they can be more environmentally friendly while at work.  A poll conducted by the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) that looked at over 1,000 people at their workplace found that a small 17% actually received […]

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