To live sustainably, we first need to be part of a greater, systemic transformation toward a culture that regards that as a worthy goal.
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Natural Home just published its Top 10 Green-Built Neighborhoods list, applauding forward-thinking, responsible housing developments.
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Slow Consumption is nothing more than what our grandparents knew -- that investing in and taking care of solid, built-to-last goods is the most frugal and conservationist thing to do.
Boulder's energy audit program was designed to get people motivated to make energy-efficient improvements. But follow-up surveys found homeowners didn't make even the smallest recommended changes.
In 2010, Americans will look for ways to save a penny or two, and with a few years of practice under their belts they'll get more thrifty. We'll see the following green trends emerge in 2010.
Here are five common-sense ways in which Americans will reduce residential energy consumption this year.
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