Efficiency

Can you really "do more with less?" Sure thing. PF Members tell you how here.

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State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Ecological disturbances have long been considered destructive, but in reality, can be an essential life-giving force that maintains ecosystem health.
MEANS Database/American University
The ongoing existence of food insecurity coupled with the emerging threat of climate change demands better use of existing food resources. As agricultural production grows more difficult in environments challenged by shifting temperature and weather... Read More
Creative ways to conserve water
Creative ways to conserve water
University of Mississippi
This selfie video shows creative ways to conserve water by routing drains from your shower to your yard and plants.
Passive solar in summer
Passive solar in summer
Sustainable Architecture
Passive solar building design works year round to save on utilities. It is a cost-effective way to take a home or building 50% or more off the grid, thus making the addition oif PVs a much more affordable option for going completely off the grid.... Read More
Planet Forward
Can going to the dentist be good for the environment? One dentist has figured out how with his sustainable office.
Valencia College's Climate Leadership Video
Valencia College's Climate Leadership Video
Valencia College
Valencia College is reducing their energy use -- watch their video and see how!
A Legacy of Sustainability Ethic Furman University traces its history of strong leadership on environmental issues back thirty years. More recently, in 2007, President David E. Shi led the campus to become a charter signatory to the ACUPCC. This... Read More
Video by Asthaa Chaturvedi and Jenny Rabago
Video by Asthaa Chaturvedi and Jenny Rabago
George Washinton University
There's another obesity epidemic in America: we're fat on gasoline.
Planet Forward
Wastewater from brewing beer can be used to power the whole process, creating a more sustainable drink for all.
Minnesota 2020
EDITOR'S PICK: Naysayers of global warming point to snowfall and cold weather as proof that climate change is merely a myth. However, there is a difference between the weather happening just outside our windows and the Earth’s climate—the pattern of... Read More

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