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How to Create Edible Landscaping

Whether you’re starting a new garden or looking for ways to spice up your current landscape, edible plants like fruits, herbs and vegetables are a great addition. But you don’t need a typical vegetable garden just to get fresh food on the table every day. There are plenty of ways to turn your yard into an edible landscape while maintaining ...

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Flock to the Top Green Jobs Cities to Land a Job

Perhaps one reason you think landing a green job seems to be nearly impossible is because you are looking in all of the wrong places. If you are not totally attached to the idea of remaining close to home and are open to venturing out in pursuit of your dream green job, then you can consider searching for green job ...

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Rising Sun: The Slow Transition to Solar Power

Green Energy

Moving toward a solar energy world is the goal for many environmentalists. But the road to a golden radiation energy scenario is fraught with economic issues. With all the excitement in the industry, the big question remains: Can the long-term promise of renewable energy shift down to common, everyday use by homeowners and businesses? For the most part it can, ...

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Progress and the Looming Energy Catastrophe: A Way Out

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

Energy consumption is driven by many factors but mostly it is guided by the growing consumer culture sweeping the world. Just look at more affluent countries; they have more means than their third-world counterparts to buy various goods and this correlates to the amount of energy they consume. The United States alone has a population that represents less than 5 ...

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Dept. of Defense Drives Clean Energy Market

Quick—who’s the largest consumer of energy in the world? China? Europe? None of the above. It’s the U.S. Department of Defense. Our military’s consumption of energy makes it a prime candidate for going green, saving money, reducing our country’s environmental footprint, and creating more energy jobs. The DOD isn’t blind to this fact. It’s going to accelerate it’s green technology ...

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Could Buildings power themselves in the coming future?

Ubiquitous Energy

“Glass with integrated solar cells which converts IR and some visible light into electricity – this means that the power for an entire building can be supplemented using the roof and façade areas”, in a recent article in the Business Insider – Photovoltaic Transparent Glass was listed as one of the 17 Emerging energy technologies that will change the world. ...

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Top 5 States for Clean Energy Jobs

Some states have more green energy jobs to offer than others. I looked at a variety of reports spanning from 2007 to 2012, and here are five states that were mentioned repeatedly as some of the greenest job spots across the U.S. 1. California – California earned the number one position on a number of lists, including a study by ...

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