By Karen MacKay on January 10, 2013
After twelve years of promoting eco-conscious living and valiant efforts at keeping their carbon footprint low, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has once again raised the green bar. This week, Bonnaroo and it’s partners announced the installation of its first permanent solar array.
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By Becky Striepe on November 14, 2012
Here in the developed world, we’re lucky to have lots of eco-friendly and efficient roofing options, but in the third world most of those choices are out of reach. Researchers at the New York Institute of Technology are looking to change that and address some of the single use plastic problem at the same time with their plastic roof concept.
By Becky Striepe on November 4, 2011
We knew when we bought this house back in 2006 that we’d eventually have to replace the roof. To be honest, we probably should have done it already, but it’s getting to be pretty bad now. I’d really like to look at more eco-friendly options than asphalt roofing tiles (a petroleum product).
Since I’ve been digging up info about eco-friendly roof options, I thought I’d share what I found with you guys!
By Guest Contributor on November 2, 2011
Would you move to a smaller house in the name of greener living? How about a 130 square foot house?