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  • What is Eco Condom?  By : ajcones
    Are you someone who practices safe sex in order to protect yourself and your partner from unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases? Do you see yourself as someone who is responsible in your sex life, and as a person who thinks first before doing any actions? Well, you may be very safe when it comes to your health and you are most probably responsible with your sexual partnerís well being if you answered yes to both, but have you ever thought about how the production and disposal of condoms actually impact the environment?
  • What is the Outlook for the Availability of Fossil Fuels?  By : Paul Calhoun
    Just how long do we have until we run out of fossil fuels? There are many studies that address this question and there is general agreement as when these energies are depleted.
  • What is Tidal Power  By : James Copper
    An article on tidal power and why you should work with water
  • What Permitting Issues do I Need to Consider When Developing a Wind Farm?  By : Niraj Patel.
    Vert simplifies the permitting process and ease the path for wind developers.
  • What To Know: Grackle Control  By : Sharon Stenning097
    Birds can be very entertaining and interesting creatures. However, there are some that are annoying and can quickly become a nuisance. One type of bird that definitely fits the annoyance and nuisance category is the Grackle. These particular animals are famous for being in large groups and quickly infesting an area. Therefore, learning what to know about Grackle control can be useful.
  • What Will a Cool Summer Mean for Electricity Companies and Consumers in Texas?  By : ShopTexasEnergyHouston
    If you live in the United States, you may be living in any of the four climate regions in this nation, particularly cool, hot-arid, hot-humid, and temperate.
  • What Will a Hot Summer Mean for Electricity Companies and Consumers in Texas?  By : ShopTexasEnergyHouston
    2011 was a tumultuous year for Texas electricity companies and consumers as the state was brought to the brink of continuous blackouts during two extreme periods of hot and cold.
  • What You Must Know About Biohazardous Waste  By : Samantha Frost
    Exactly what is a biohazardous waste?
  • What's Actually In Biodiesel?  By : Matt OConnor
    Rising prices of energy fuels have prompted companies and individuals to search for low-cost sources of fuels for their machines and automobiles. One of the most popular alternative fuel is biodiesel, a fuel derived from vegetable and animal fats.
  • What's The Point of Recycling?
      By : Jamie Stewart
    No matter where you go you hear people talking about how we need to recycle everything so we can take care of the environment. Must we actually go to all of that trouble? Do you know that it takes roughly 1,000 years for a plastic shopping bag to entirely break down? That's a very long time, and remember that's just one shopping bag. Consider the number of shopping bags you go through annually, not merely shopping bags but bin liners too. You're talking about a lot of plastic bags w...
  • Who Else Wants To Know About Alternative Energy  By : Madison Greene
    It is estimated that our natural resources will be completely depleted within the next 150 years. It is because of this that we as a society need to be actively searching for sources of alternative energy.
  • Who Protects Your Assets? Lenders Want To Know  By : Karen L. Monsen for Laurie Pehar Borsh PR
    How Growth CFO Group Turned a Dire Situation into Success. With an economy that's in the doldrums at best, and your receivables likely lagging compared to inventory, the last thing your company needs is for the bank to reject your request for a new, line of credit.
  • Why Aren't You Using a Clothesline?  By : Stephanie Foster
    Drying your laundry on a clothesline sounds like a lot of work, but it's a great way to save on your energy costs and do something good for the environment.
  • Why Bamboo Flooring Is So Ecologically Friendly  By : Greg Roy
    Bamboo is one of the most ecologically friendly building materials ever used in construction. This article explains why that is so.
  • Why Businesses Should Use an Electricity Broker to Shop for Electricity  By : Shop Texas Electricity
    The recent global economic crisis made everyone aware of how tight and volatile the economy is, resulting in fluctuating prices for both commercial and residential gas and electricity prices.
  • Why Can't We Turn Our Lights Off  By : Michael Dappert
    The simple act of turning off lights when not needed could save large amounts of energy and eliminate tons of green house gases. So why don't we do it?
  • Why Climate Change is Not Worth Worrying About  By : Sam Deane
    Sam Deane asks the tough questions about climate change. He challenges you to look again at the source of the problem and comes to some surprising conclusions.
  • Why Don't We Stimulate the Environment?  By : David Mudie
    Can we afford for these jobs to be lost? That‚€™s the question that everyone is asking as we try to save the economy by providing money to the car manufactures.

    I'm sorry, are we missing the point?

    Automobiles are the most expensive and most destructive means of transit. So why are people not
  • Why Glaciers and Polar Ice are Melting Faster  By : Klaus H Hemsath
    Melting of glaciers and ice sheets in Polar Regions is accelerating. This results in a faster rise of sea levels. Media and scientists express surprise that the polar ice around the North Pole is reacting this way. Ice melting can be understood when looking at the basic heat transfer processes that are at work in winter and in summer. Ice melting is the direct result of atmospheric carbon dioxide accumulation.
  • Why Isn't There More Publicity About Environmental Initiatives for Sustainable Farming?  By : Alison Withers
    It is good, for once, to be able to report on positive initiatives to tackle environmental damage and sustainable farming, including projects to train farmers in ethical use of biotechnology and low-chem agricultural products from Biopesticides Developers.
  • Why It Is Important To Know The Main Cause Of Global Warming  By : Peter Williamson
    When it comes to protecting our world, there is no subject which is more essential then that of the main cause of global warming. The main cause of global warming, at the present time, appears to be people, but there is still a lot that is unknown about the causes of global warming that scientists are working hard to figure out. What we, the human race that depends on the world, are doing to the planet is definitely really upsetting. The climate is getting warmer because of certain products and chemicals that most people feel necessary to use on an almost daily basis.
  • Why It's Important To Have Solar Power Training  By : James Copper
    An article showing you why it is important to be trained in the field of green energy.
  • Why Metal Bottles Can Help You With Taking Care of Your Health and the Environment  By : Zongora Laszlo
    There are two aspects of health in our lives: our own health and the health of our environment, which affects our personal well-being indirectly. Usually we focus on keeping ourselves healthy, and by that we forget that we also need to focus on keeping healthy the environment.
  • Why Should You Practice Home Energy Conservation?  By : DiMedio Greg49
    Having a concern for the environment can not only translate into sustainable living communities but also can fetch substantial savings in the energy bills that we pay every month. Home energy conservation is not merely a buzzword that is in vogue across the country these days.
  • Why We Can't Manage without Environmental Research  By : Wolf Krammel
    We know about global warming. We know about climate change. But often, we tend to view these as quite abstract concepts that don't affect us yet. Those people who are professionals in environmental research know that this is not something that has crept up on us.
  • Why We Should Use Carbon Offsets?  By : Ian Harvey
    We need to deal with the challenge of dealing with the impact of carbon emissions is an area that has been long overlooked by the global community. Many nations have made strides to promote the need to Reduce Carbon Emissions. It's time to wake up and explore how you can make a difference in the battle against the environmentally damaging effects of carbon emissions. To reduce the carbon Emissions every country should take help of Carbon Offsets.
  • Why You Should Consider Reusable Bags Instead Of Paper Or Plastic  By : Stewart Wrighter
    Although the common question is "paper or plastic", it really should include the reusable option. Find out why it is best to use bags that are reusable.
  • Why You Should Switch?  By : Angie Hembree
    Statistics and causes of household products we use everyday.
  • Why Your Business Must Teach  By : Kenneth Vogt
    Why your business must teach is a basic principle that great companies understand. The reasoning begins with the ideal that everything that makes a company strong should be passed on. The legacy that any company leaves to the business world should be taught to the industry that it helped create, but always shared to the next generation that will be in charge of it.
  • Wildlife Extinction - A Great Disaster to Mankind  By : treeves
    The rate of extinction has been so drastic in the last few hundred years that it is widely considered that we are in the sixth great extinction event on this planet; the Holocene Mass Extinction. It is painstaking to note that 875 extinctions have occurred between 1500 and 2009. Why do these extinctions happen and how do they happen? Let's try and answer these questions in order to get to the core of this issue. The two main theories to extinction are climate change and human hunting.
  • Will Innovation Transform Energy?  By : Daniel Yergin
    There has never before been so wide-ranging a drive for technological advance and breakthroughs. It affects every part of the energy industry, whether
    one is talking about oil and natural gas, renewables and alternatives or efficiency and demand management.
    The impact is evident in the oil and gas industry.
  • Will Wind Energy Be Blown Away?  By : Bryan Wong
    Wind energy is a renewable energy source with great potential. Although there are great benefits, environmentally friendly, 'free' and clean energy source there are also negative points as well. Let look at these points as well.
  • Wind Generators and their Different Kinds  By : Theresa Walter
    The use of wind power is among the most environmentally friendly ways of generating electricity. There are two types of wind turbines used in this form of alternative energy, known as horizontal axis and vertical axis. A turbine works by creating friction as its blades rotate. This is then converted into electricity by a generator.
  • Wind Power as a Viable Solution to Alternative Energy Needs  By : Warren Peters
    This web site covers many sources of no coal fuel that makes energy earth friendly. Wind power is one. Even the ocean is being utilized. Solar panels and even nuclear power have made giant steps in cleaning up the planet.
  • Wind Power For Homes: Build Your Own Residential Wind Power Generation System(Easy Cheap Wind Power Solutions)  By : davis carter
    In this article I investigate Wind Power For Homes.Looking in detail at how this technology can aid enormously reduce your power bills.
  • Worldwide Effects of Global Warming  By : Gaile Group Inc
    Hardly anyone realizes it, but the debate about climate change is over. Scientists around the world have now amassed an unassailable body of evidence to support the conclusion that a warming of our planet-caused principally by greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuel-is under way.
  • Your Driving Habits and the Environment  By : Stephanie Foster
    Changing your driving habits can change how much of an impact you have on the environment. Some changes are more easily made than others, especially depending on where you live.
  • Your Laundry And Energy Consumption  By : Andrew W John
    While only a few people actually know about it, washers and dryers are among the top five energy-consuming appliances in your house. The energy that the use (or waste) every week is staggering. What's even better, you can easily reduce the energy consumption by changing the way you clean your clothes.
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