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A brewery in England has started stirring up more than beer. Photo courtesy of Urban75.org (http://www.urban75.org/photos/suffolk/southwold-signs.html) Are American breweries behind? Maybe they should hop on board the trend to become energy... Read More
When it comes to energy use, lots of numbers get thrown around.
I will openly admit that I am not a treehugger. I'm not a vegetarian, I don't watch those PETA videos about animal cruelty, and I certainly would not consider myself the most energy efficient student on the block. Don't hate me just yet.
I had never heard about energy audits before I shot a piece on Pascal Maslin, a local Washington, D.C. energy efficiency expert. Much less did I know that the single biggest contributor to inefficient homes is not insulation or appliances rather... Read More
Bananas from Ecuador — 2,700 miles. Grapes from Chile — 5,000 miles. Apples from New Zealand — 8,600 miles. Buying food from in the U.S. often resembles a frequent flier mile stat sheet. These miles mean wasted energy and detrimental impact to the... Read More
George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
You can’t have your pudding if you don’t eat your meat! This old adage comes from legendary rock-n-rollers Pink Floyd and they have a point… When you clean your plate, you help clean the environment too. You reduce food waste and energy waste.... Read More

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