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The NFL Uses LEDs and Natural Lighting, So Should You

Posted on February 5, 2018 by

You may have seen it. One-third of America did. Wasn’t it beautiful? US Bank Stadium. Net-Zero energy. 100% Offsets with renewable energy credits. Leading the sports industry in a state of the art eco-friendly infrastructure. This billion dollar sports venue with ETFE roof and LED sports lighting earned LEED-Gold certification has impressed sports fans nationwide. [...]

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How to Compost: 4 Basic Questions Answered

Posted on January 30, 2018 by

Are you ready to get your gardening hands dirty this spring? Well, you don’t have to wait—you can dig in today by composting a lot of your household waste. By starting this winter, you’ll be well on your way to reaping the fruits of your labor later. To help get you get going, we’ve compiled some helpful answers to four basic composting questions.

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Top 25 Greenest Cities in Texas

Posted on October 30, 2017 by

It’s easy to label certain Texas cities as either green-leaning communities or oil-guzzling metropolises. But you might still be surprised by our list of Top 25 Greenest Cities in Texas. That’s because we dug deep, using greenhouse gas emissions, LEED building certification, and public transportation data to rank Texas cities, which resulted in some intriguing [...]

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Hurricane Recovery and Safety Tips

Posted on September 19, 2017 by

After so many days preparing for a hurricane, once the winds have died down and the water has receded, we often don’t know how to start the cleanup process. The aftermath of a hurricane can be just as dangerous as the storm itself. While tree branches and debris are no longer projectiles, they may now [...]

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Flood Safety Tips

Posted on September 14, 2017 by

Floods are one of the most costly and destructive natural disasters. A tremendous threat to both human life and property, floods occur in nearly every part of the world. Fast-moving flood waters are dangerous and unpredictable. Floods don’t have to be as severe as those in Mumbai or Houston to damage property and threaten lives. [...]

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Delicious Dinners That Are Quick, Easy and Eco-Friendly

Posted on September 5, 2017 by

Kale salad?!  Again?! You don’t have to eat three meals of raw kale a day to enjoy a delicious, eco-friendly diet. Eating food that’s good for Mother Earth can be quite a tasty endeavor. The good news: You don’t need all night to whip up a dinner dish that pleases the planet. When cooking at [...]

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