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Hope for Green Energy Under New Administration

By Kim Robson: With our new administration, many people are deeply concerned for the future of the EPA and recent gains made in renewable energy. However, there’s quite a bit of reason to hope for the best. According to a survey taken last November, 75% of Trump voters support increasing …

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Sweden To Go Carbon Neutral by 2045

By Fredrica Syren: Sweden, where I was born and where we currently reside, was established as one of the 10 greenest countries in 2015, according to Ecowatch.com. I can’t say I’m too surprised, considering I have never lived in another country that focuses on making recycling super easy and convenient, …

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Tesla Battery for Energy Independence

By James Harker (a.k.a Green Dad): Growing up in Southern California, I surely have suffered through blackouts and pricy electricity bills which have made me question how to become more energy efficient. So when I first heard of Tesla’s new battery that can help households save money and even become …

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The Eiffel Tower — Green Future for the City of Love

By Dawna Matthews: When someone says “Paris,” many images come to mind: the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum, cafes in St. Germain, and perhaps the most iconic — the Eiffel Tower. You can see it standing over the city against a backdrop of the sky and the park, or …

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Green Light–Led Streetlights Powered By Plants

By Kim Robson: Last November in Hembrug, Netherlands, more than 300 LED lights were illuminated by a Dutch company launching a new energy project called “Starry Sky.” What makes this electricity different is that it’s made by harnessing the energy of living plants. The company, Plant-e, envisions a future when …

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