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Keep Your Home Cool With A Green Roof!

John Platt, March 20, 2013

Want to reduce your energy costs while keeping your home or business cool in the summer and warm in the winter? Then you may want to consider a vegetated roof cover.

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Brazilian Beef Packs Highest Carbon Footprint

John Platt, March 19, 2013

If you're in the mood for a burger or steak, you might want to avoid eating beef from Brazil. A new study says it has the highest carbon footprint of any beef in the world.

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San Francisco Has America's Greenest Taxis

John Platt, March 14, 2013

The city of San Francisco recently celebrated becoming the "Greenest Taxi City in America."

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New Adobe Software Promises to Cut Printing by 40%

John Platt, March 12, 2013

Does your office use too much paper? Adobe might have a solution for you.

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How to Choose Cleaning Products without Dangerous Fragrances

John Platt, February 22, 2013

Do your cleaning products have too many unnecessary fragrances added to the mix, and are they causing too much damage to your health?

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Save Plastic, Try Reusable Produce Bags

John Platt, February 20, 2013

You got rid of your grocery bags, but are you still using those little plastic bags for your grocery store produce purchases?

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How Walkable Is Your Neighborhood?

John Platt, February 14, 2013

A new online tool can help you find out if a neighborhood is really walkable or not.

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Which Global Companies Are Greenest?

John Platt, February 12, 2013

The annual Global 100 list of the world's most sustainable companies is out, and the results might surprise you.

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This $10 Device Can Protect You From Vampire Power

John Platt, February 06, 2013

Cutting your electricity usage can help reduce the amount of greenhouse gases generated by your daily activities. But the devices in our lives don't make it easy to use less electricity. For example, even when your TV is "off," it's really still on, sucking energy from the wall -- what the experts call "vampire power."

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Is Your Toilet Paper Killing Tigers?

John Platt, January 31, 2013

Americans each use about 50 pounds of tissue products every year. All of that paper has to come from somewhere.

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