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The 3 B’s Of Springtime: Bulbs, Beauty And Bugs

Spring is officially upon us, which means that before you know it, flowers will be blooming, birds will be singing and you’ll be battling bugs. While both flowers and birds bring a smile to many people’s faces, bugs rarely illicit a similar reaction. Still, bugs are important in the circle of life. They help pollinate plants and act as a food source for birds; in fact, for the most part, their negative repu ...

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What Are Environmental Meters?

Every single person in the world strives to be in an environment that is sufficient for living.  It is because of this that it has grown ever more important for people to constantly test every environmental installation that they use on a regular basis.  Apart from that, everyone should also make use of all the essential tools which promote green technology. Some of these devices include solar powered panel ...

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Save The Word! – Endangered Languages

While noble cries around the world ring for the conservation of the rhinocerous and the panda bear, endangered languages are understood by linguists to be disappearing without a single word or murmur in the public sphere.  There are currently an approximated 5000-6000 languages in the world today, but studies shows that this “impressive” number may drop to less than half that number within less than a centu ...

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5 Creative Ideas For Indoor Pots And Planters

Whether you want to brighten up your office desk, or fill your living room with a mini forest of flora, with these five creative ideas for indoor pots and plants you will have no shortage of tips and ideas! Glass Glass is a powerful statement for your indoor garden. Whether used as the pot itself, enabling you to see the soil and roots, or placed on top of the plant to act as a make-shift greenhouse, glass ...

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UK Installs CCTV In School Bathrooms, Changing Rooms

School students in UK have to watch out before changing or washing! Someone’s watching them! Now, students in schools must look around before they change, use the toilet or shower. Many eyes maybe watching them! Eyes of the lenses have been watching children at schools while they go to change or shower in bathrooms, use the toilet. Yes, CCTV cameras have been installed in more than 2000 schools, in UK. Late ...

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Why Fall Is The Perfect Time To Get Your AC Unit Inspected

Given that fall is here, you wouldn't expect to have to worry about your air conditioning unit, but you shouldn't be so sure about that. This past summer was one of the hottest ever. In fact, the North American summer heat wave that took place in late June was one of the worst and deadliest ever. There were 82 deaths associated with the heat and almost four million people lost power due to the severity of t ...

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The Most Environmentally Conscious Celebrities

Some of us are more environmentally conscious than others and the same goes for celebrities. When they aren’t are in front of the cameras a lot of celebrities can be found fighting for a number of different environmental issues. This is great as celebrities are in a brilliant position to raise awareness of environmental issues as they are well known figures and are constantly in the public eye. There are a ...

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The International Air Dilemma

The International Air Dilemma Air conditioning is one of those modern conveniences people tend to take for granted.  With the simple push of a button or turn of a thermostat you could change your hot and hellish environment to cool and comfortable in a matter of minutes.  Having an air conditioner in your home used to be considered a privilege, but now buildings without air conditioning are rare to find. In ...

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What Determines My Energy Prices?

Energy prices always seem to be constantly changing and many consumers are often stuck at a standstill when it comes to the answer as to why. In fact, to be more specific it has been said that the prices can change as often as every five minutes every single day. Some of the reasons for the constant changes have to do with things that we can control while other factors have to do with things that are beyond ...

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5 Top Tips To Reduce Food Waste

Many homes have now got on board with recycling waste in the home. However many people do not realise that one of the biggest waste products going is food waste! Each year the UK produces more than 7 million tonnes of food waste. This waste ends up going into landfill, using valuable space and decomposing which produces tonnes of methane which escapes into the environment. This can be simply changed if peop ...

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