Earth Light Pollution An Explanation

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Earth Light Pollution Got Light?

Earth light pollution an explanation, so when you think of pollution, the humble light bulb probably doesn’t come to mind. Instead, you might envision smoke stacks belching clouds of smoke, or a sky heavy with smog. Keep those smoke stacks in mind, though – they do have something to do with light pollution.

Humankind’s electrical illumination of the earth can be seen from outer space. While the effect is stunning and beautiful, there is a growing movement toward lessening artificial lighting. Called “light pollution,” the excessive use of electrical lighting is said to have a significant environmental impact. Here are some reasons why some people are concerned about light pollution. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-06-03 09:56:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Recycle Packaging How to Re-Use Old Packaging

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Don't throw them away, creatively reuse these in many different ways!

Recycle packaging, how to re-use your old packaging, because regardless of the time of year, it can seem like your home is full of discarded packaging of various sorts. During the holiday season it’s even worse. Besides recycling, there are some creative things you can do with some of that packaging. Here are some ideas to help you.

1. Packing peanuts

There are so many interesting and creative uses for packing peanuts. They come in different colors that actually indicate how much recycled material was used in their manufacture. But for creative purposes, the colors open more possibilities. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-11-12 13:36:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Healing Foods – Foods with Healing Properties

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Healing Foods - Foods with Healing Properties Like These Pictured Can Make Us Healthier, Increase Longevity, and Promote a Higher Quality of Life

Healing foods have been around since the beginning of man, however, within the past decade or so, advances in technology and research have provided us with insight into what actual health benefits these foods have to offer. We have been able to isolate and identify all the various nutrients, flavonoids, and phytochemicals and pinpoint their assorted benefits. There have been boatloads of new data as to the benefits of eating healthy, and some of these foods amount to being labeled as ‘superfoods’, those that are beneficial to us if we consume them on a regular basis.

We have long know that many fruits and vegetables are good for us, but we have not known to what extent the benefits amount to. Phytochemicals have become the focus of the recent rash of research, and are considered the vitamins of the future. The resulting reports conclude the benefits range from cancer prevention, cholesterol reduction and hormone regulation, to anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties, cardiovascular disease, and anti-inflammatory are among those discovered. We have compiled this list and are adding to it as we go along, as it takes time to compile all the data and information into our list. We have our list here, and each one, if not already linked to a specific page for that healing food, will have one in the near future with specifics on that particular food. Read more…

Originally posted 2011-11-02 15:02:32. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Green Super Bowl Party Ideas Have a Zero Waste Green Super Bowl Party

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Green Super Bowl Party Ideas Have a Zero Waste Party For The Super Bowl This Year And Help Reduce The Tremendous Amount Of Waste Created!

For Green Super Bowl Party Ideas this year, try having a zero waste party for the game this year with little to no waste is a great idea to help the planet, as this time of year, the biggest sporting event attracts millions of viewers, and millions of parties too. It is a great time to visit with friends and enjoy a fun evening and indulge. It’s also a great time to embrace earth friendly practices and share them with your party guests as well. If you’re throwing a big party for the game this year, you can make it a green one by having a zero waste party. Here’s how you can accomplish this without much work on your behalf, and help to make this day a little greener!

Green Super Bowl Party Ideas

#1 eVites. Invitations can now be sent via email. There are some extremely useful programs you can use online. These programs allow you to send email invites. It keeps track of who RSVP’d and it offers a message board so people can ask questions about the party. Electronic invitations mean you don’t have to use any paper or ink. They’re 100% electronic. If you have people you want to invite and they don’t use email, consider giving them a phone call. Read more…

Originally posted 2011-02-05 12:12:28. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Sustainable Green Heating Systems Explained

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Sustainable Green Heating Systems Explained, Which type is Best For You?

Many people are looking for sustainable green heating systems to heat their homes with utility costs on the rise and environmental concerns becoming more important than ever. It can be a bit baffling, however, as you try to sort them all out. Here is a list of some of the better-known green systems, and a brief explanation of each.

Types of Sustainable Green Heating Systems

1. Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps (GHPs) make use of the relatively steady temperature under the earth’s surface. GHP systems are largely underground in this temperature-stable area, where it’s cool in the summer (think root cellars) and warm in the winter (being below the frost line).

Sometimes called “geo exchange systems,” GHPs make use of a heat pump that removes the cold air from the home and puts it back into the ground to be re-absorbed. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-11-20 10:12:56. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Landscaping Tips for Water Conservation

Many people think that landscaping is a great way to preserve water. On the other hand, most critics challenge this fact by saying that landscaping is the number one water consumer. This is because they believe that the more colorful and organized the garden is, it just has to be consuming a larger amount of water.

Over recent times research has shown that landscaping actually only uses up 2.9% of the overall national water consumption and this could be lowered still if people would just stop to consider the limitation of the water supply.

So how are the excesses in water consumption accounted for? According to some experts, the major cause of unnecessary water consumption in landscaping is when it is not used properly and only the people who carry out improper use of the water can be held responsible for this.

Poor landscaping plans and incorrect irrigation systems are just two of the common mistakes made by people using water when landscaping their gardens or yards.

Many experts state that the natural resource of water can supply up to 67% of the total amount of water used in any given year, so taking this into account we are faced with an immense opportunity to preserve water.

The fact remains however, that gardeners and landscapers are a mind to themselves and make their own decisions in choosing what to do, regardless of any guidance supplied by the experts on how best to preserve water when preparing their gardens.

How can we make a difference? Well, the perfect example would be a water sprinkler set on an automatic timer providing the required use of water for a controlled amount of time. If the sprinkler is set to operate during hours of low temperature, immediate evaporation would not occur and the plants would receive more benefits of the water.

Any reasonably experienced landscaper is aware that the life of his plants does not depend entirely on water alone. Pests need to be done away with in order to maintain the gardens landscaped appearance and to keep the plants healthy.

There are many natural ways to destroy pests, such as encouraging pest-eating bugs to live in your yard. These include ladybugs, stink bugs, and assassin bugs. These various bugs eat anything from aphids and potato bugs to mealy bugs and spider mites.

Another way to discourage pests is to alternate the planting of different species of plant. Pests like certain plants, and if a bunch of the plants are grouped together the pests will have a population explosion. By spacing out the plants, fewer pests are attracted and so there are fewer offspring.

People should always keep in mind that it is not necessary to use a large amount of water to maintain a well landscaped garden or backyard. Water conservation and gardening should go hand in hand, concluding that the use of water should be both efficient and controlled.

Grab more landscaping ideas and tips at You’ll also find information on organic gardening, growing vegetables, roses, orchids, annuals, perennials, and more.

Originally posted 2010-04-24 22:57:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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How to Install Landscape Solar Powered Water Features In Your Garden

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How to install landscape solar powered water features in your garden are awesome as you watch the sunlight nourish and grow your garden plants, why not watch it power a fountain or lights as well? Many gardens are in sunny locations or at least have a sunny spot, and you can add some lovely water features to your garden by harnessing this bright source of power. Here are some ideas for specific water features for your garden, and tips on installing them. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-04-10 18:26:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Simple Homemade Detox Tea Recipes

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Simple Homemade Detox Tea Recipes For Everyone!

Ginger Healing Detox Tea with Turmeric

These homemade detox tea recipes can help you to clean out all those unwanted toxins from your bodies. Lately there has been quite a bit in the news about the amazing healing qualities of turmeric, a free-radical-fighting antioxidant-rich curry spice that has been promoted as a defensive agent against both certain forms of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. When we discovered this delicious recipe for a warming, detoxifying ginger-turmeric tea, we were happy as can be! The ginger also is useful to calm upset stomachs!

After we gave it the once-over and tasted it, we were actually quite surprised and totally sold! It is absolutely delicious! The ginger and turmeric combine with both citrus and maple syrup to make the perfect blend of healing nutrients. We have streamlined this recipe to make it very easy to make for yourself and your loved ones. Read more…

Originally posted 2011-08-16 15:43:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Teaching Green Values To Your Teens

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Teaching Green Values To Your Teens

Teaching green values to your teens, so when your child becomes a teenager, they begin to develop their own personal identity and individuality, and thus, teaching them about green values is therefore quite different than teaching a young child. We have created this list which gives you some ideas and resources for guiding your teen as to the importance of a green lifestyle.

* Encourage your teenager to volunteer with local environmental groups. That way they will get terrific hands-on experience with real environmental issues and other concerned citizens as well as making a real difference. You may also suggest that they get involved with local community clean-up efforts or a community garden. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-09-16 08:32:33. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Eco-Friendly Ways to Pave Your Driveway

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Eco-Friendly Ways to Pave Your Driveway, driveways paved with concrete or asphalt do not absorb rainwater. Storm run-off therefore is channeled into creeks and rivers, increasing the risk of flooding. As more communities are becoming aware of this problem, alternative, permeable materials for driveway paving are being explored and used.

The key is paving driveways with water-absorbing materials that allow rain to soak into the ground, raising the ground water level rather than filling creeks and streams. Read more…

Originally posted 2010-04-10 20:35:04. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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