Beth is a freelance copy writer and environmental blogger living in Colorado. She has an M.S. in Public Communication and Technology from Colorado State University, and is passionate about inspiring people to live and laugh more sustainably. Follow her on Twitter as @ecosphericblog
By Beth Buczynski on May 12, 2011
Energy use correlates directly with how much you pay each month, and the size of your personal carbon footprint. Today’s infographic takes a look at two hypothetical homeowners that use energy in very different ways. Which one are you like?
By Beth Buczynski on April 19, 2011
It’s estimated that the average American home uses over $2,000 of energy every year. Almost half of this amount is spent on heating and cooling costs alone.
By Beth Buczynski on April 5, 2011
Your home’s lighting can have a big impact on both how much energy you use, and how comfortable or cozy your home feels.
By Beth Buczynski on March 25, 2011
Recent fluctuating reports that dangerous levels of radiation have been detected in Japanese food and water have many people concerned. This graphic provides information about radiation risks and how to stay safe.
By Beth Buczynski on March 1, 2011
Depending on the age and efficiency of your home, keeping it comfortable all year long could be a daunting (and expensive) task.