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There are a lot of reasons to have your own chicken coop — and it doesn’t have to cost you a lot of money!
To help do your part to stop or slow global warming, it’s important to also understand the causes of global warming.
It’s no secret that transportation is a significant source of emissions — so how can you go on a road trip and still make it sustainable? Learn more.
Tiny homes aren’t just trendy — they’re also incredibly positive for the environment. But are they safe? Learn more.
A Complete Guide to the Electric Vehicle Tax Credit – What It Is, How to Claim It, and How Much You Could Potentially Save
Did you also know that purchasing an electric vehicle also comes with a significant financial incentive from the government?
As we well know by now, climate change and other environmental issues are not any one person’s concern. They are all of our concerns. That’s why recent coverage of climate change has been calling for international cooperation on all sides.
If you’ve made the decision to go tiny, you probably already know that these tiny homes sometimes come with big problems.
Wire hangers are probably plentiful in your home — but can you recycle them? Learn what to do with all the potential waste.
Gardening and maintaining a yard can be a fun and rewarding pastime (or sometimes chore), but no homeowner wants to take care of their lawn at the risk of harming themselves, a family member, or even their pets.
Excuse the cliché, but unless you live under a rock, there is almost no avoiding CBD lately.