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Greener Ideal strives to help you live your life in more sustainable ways with green living tips, healthy recipes and commentary on the latest environment news.

We want to protect the planet and reduce our collective carbon footprint.


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Solar’s Business Innovation: How Creative Financing and Energy Exchanges Are Accelerating the Adoption of Clean Energy

It’s no accident that renewable energy companies don’t have access to the same economic advantages that fossil fuel companies do. The fossil fuel industry has had a century of a head start, [...]

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Save Our Honeybees

Our honeybees are in crisis and there are serious effects already in motion due to the loss of these precious and very useful creatures. Without honeybees our flora, fauna and our food sources are going to disappear. There are currently 250 species of bee in the UK and only 25 of them are British natives.   Facts Since the 50s more [...]

Ant Langston

May Flowers: DIY Garden Accessories

April showers bring May flowers and you know what flowers bring—bees. I came across a nifty DIY bee hive tutorial on the Homesteading Self Sufficiency Survival page, and soon found myself deep into an internet investigation of all kinds of do-it-yourself homes and hideaways for attracting critters to your yard and garden. Bee Hive [...]

Jessica Linnay

EFSA Study: Pesticides Harming Bees

On January 6th, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded that crops attractive to honeybees (in particular the European Apis mellifera) cannot contain chemicals from the neonicotinoid family of pesticides. This conclusion was reached after an extensive EFSA study that officially linked these pesticides to the recent decline in [...]

Jerico Espinas

Pesticides Killing Bumblebees

A new report in Nature proclaims that exposure to neonicotinoid and pyrethroid pesticides “impairs natural foraging behavior and increases worker mortality” in bumblebees, “leading to significant reductions in brood development and colony success.” The exposure levels cited in the report are similar to [...]

Susmita Baral