ChristmasIt doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive to have fun with family at Christmas. Family Christmas traditions can be cheap, easy and focused on giving, not buying. Here are eight ideas for low-cost,
Although you may have spent the last few months figuring out how to keep your home warm, summer is fast approaching and it is now time to try and keep it cool.
Mr. Fan Yong Guang is a Chinese farmer live in Yang Jia Miao, Jiaozhou City, Shandong Province. Since 2010 he has paid nothing for his electricity bills, for all the electricity of the family was generate by his DIY homemade wind power system.
ENERGY saving might not be high on the agenda in many people’s minds in summer but for one dedicated community group in Wharfedale, the issue has become a year-long call to action.
Every time you turn on the stove to boil water, you are using energy you don’t have to. The sun can do it for you. A solar oven is little more than a black box with reflective surfaces that focus the sun’s rays.
The refrigerator, designed by award-winning English inventor Emily Cummins, uses the cooling power of evaporating water to keep perishable goods at a temperature of around 43 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celsius) for up to six days.
As fuel prices sky rocket and the fragile ecology of the planet is being disturbed by the ‘greenhouse effect’ it is beholden on us all to reduce the amount of energy we consume.
Eco-Friendly Holiday Meals. If you’re a green-minded cook who’s taking on holiday dinner duties this year. You can find plenty of helpful online resources (and moral support) to ensure an Earth-friendly celebration.
Eat local, Eat fresh, Eat in season, Eat colourful. There are so many guidelines for green, healthful, sustainable eating, it’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed.
But there’s no reason to sweat it.
In its second run, The GreenShows at New York’s Village Green presented a host of eco-conscious designers, in a venue that with a system of energy efficient lighting and recycled or recyclable design materials,