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You don’t need to be a die-hard environmentalist to lead a green lifestyle. Follow these guides and you and your family can go green in your everyday lives.

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Accoya Wood: A Great Sustainable Building Material

Accoya wood is a new sustainable building material that remains biodegradable, but also lasts longer, maintains dimensional stability better, and strengthens softwood to rival hardwood.
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Teff: The Healthy Sustainable Superfood

Teff is a small fine grain native to Ethiopia (and now in other regions) that's nutrient-dense, gluten-free, and sustainable. Here's a look at what makes this grain a superfood, plus its health and sustainability benefits
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10 Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products You Can DIY

How do you make your clean routine green? Here are some eco-friendly cleaning products you can simply DIY.
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Growing Flowers from Seeds: All You Need to Know

Growing flowers from seeds is a highly satisfactory process. However, one should master a few tricks to ensure the best result. Here are the few things you should know.
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10 Creative Ways to Reuse Packaging Materials

With plastic-free packaging becoming more commonplace, packaging is increasingly easier and cheaper to recycle. These are just some of the creative ways to reuse packaging materials.
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The Power of Green Investing – Infographic

Green investing is a strategy of investing in companies and funds that are environmentally conscious.
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Zero Waste Homes – Infographic

Zero waste homes produce little or no waste. Achieving that milestone, however, might seem insurmountable. These tips will take you a step closer.
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6 Cool Solar Panel Alternatives For Your Home

Solar energy is clean, efficient, and appealing. However, not everyone likes a full, or complicated setup. Here are some solar panel alternatives for every household need.
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How to Electrify Your Home (Infographic)

The “electrify everything” movement is a trend that aims to reduce carbon emissions by converting gas-powered technologies to cleaner electricity. While not all electricity is clean yet, steps are...
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Design Solutions for Net-Zero Homes

A Net-Zero Home is a sustainable building development producing more, or equal amounts of clean energy that they require. Building one requires proper planning from the start.

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