Micropower’s Quiet Takeover

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[Translate] Rocky Mountain Institute Authors Amory B. Lovins Chief Scientist Titiaan Palazzi Special Aide OCS Small-scale, low-carbon...

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An Efficient, Sunny Family Ret...

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[Translate] Rocky Mountain Institute RMI’s Victor Olgyay turned his family’s 1950s ranch into a comfortable, efficient home infused...

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Positive Energy Home in Norway

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[Translate] Casey Coates Danson, Global Possibilities We in the U.S. should look to these inspiring designs to build homes that are...

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11 Foods That Double As Cleani...

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[Translate] The Huffington Post  | By Renee Jacques Ketchup is delicious, sure, but did you know that it’s also effective at...

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Applying Compost To Soil Can H...

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[Translate] by Katie Valentine  CLIMATE PROGRESS People stroll past a pile of organic products at Grow Compost of Vermont, Tuesday,...

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An Innovative New Way For Norm...

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[Translate] by Jeff Spross  CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock On top of new storage-plus-solar deals for businesses, lease-to-own...

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This graphic novelist tells th...

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[Translate] Philippe Squarzoni People Look who’s changing the world. By Sara Bernard   VIA GRIST   If Philippe Squarzoni knows...

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Drop a brick, feel better abou...

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[Translate] bowl movement By Sara Bernard   grist If every Californian dropped a brick in the toilet, according to founders of the...

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America’s Biggest Solar Provid...

Oct 8, 2014 Posted by

[Translate]   CREDIT: Shutterstock When it comes to spreading green energy, innovation in how we pay for it can be as important...

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Going vegetarian can cut your ...

Oct 4, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Shutterstock The thin edge of the veg By John Upton   GRIST The agricultural industry is a heavy global warmer,...

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The Sharing Economy: Love It o...

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[Translate] Material World By Annie Leonard   EARTH ISLAND JOURNAL As you’ve likely noticed, sharing is having a resurgence. The new...

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7 Reasons Not to ‘Clean Up’ Yo...

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[Translate] “>My belief in leaving the garden alone in fall was cemented last year on a December morning, when a robin landed...

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From A Decaying Industrial Are...

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[Translate] Laurie Guevara-​Stone  RMI Writer / Editor Sweden has one of the highest per capita electricity consumption rates in the...

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Baby Boomer Bathroom

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[Translate] Metropolis Magazine / September 2014 / The Sabi Space system is a sleek bathroom solution that plays both to millennials...

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Why Energy Efficiency Is The M...

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[Translate] by Jeff Spross CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock Energy efficiency has graduated from the “hidden fuel” to the “first...

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The High Ideals of the Living ...

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[Translate] Metropolis Magazine / July-August 2014 / Jason F. McLennan, CEO of the International Living Future Institute, on shaping...

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Solar Financing: Options for H...

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[Translate] ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE This article is from the Summer 2014 issue of Rocky Mountain Institute’s Solution Journal. To...

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Cool roofs offer a salve for h...

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[Translate] White Roof Project Hacking the climate By Benjamin Mandel   GRIST From his office in the Berkeley hills, Art Rosenfeld...

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At Ford Headquarters, Electric...

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[Translate]   by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Ford Motor Co. Ford is planning to build a solar canopy covering 360...

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Why Cows Are the 800 Lb. Goril...

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[Translate]   Food   AlterNet / By Clarissa A. León Photo Credit: Charles Henry/ Flickr.com The impact of climate change has some...

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LIFE EDITED: FAMILY STYLE PART...

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[Translate] inShare David Friedlander Architecture [If you didn’t read Part 1, find it here] Moving into the place required a...

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FAMILY STYLE – part 1

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[Translate] Corporate culture can take many forms. If you work at a hedge fund, corporate culture might involve private jets,...

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MOVE OVER LANDFILLS — food scr...

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[Translate] Trash Talk By Madeleine Thomas  GRIST Shutterstock The state of Massachusetts is cracking down on food waste in a big...

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9 Gorgeous Houses That Prove Y...

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[Translate] Jonathan Feldman HUFFINGTON POST What is sustainability, and what would it look like in your own home? There are a lot of...

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FIVE PEOPLE, NINE CUBES, LOTS ...

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[Translate] inShare David Friedlander Architecture By LifeEdited standards, 872 sq ft (81 sq m) isn’t small, but when it’s housing a...

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How to Start Simplifying and D...

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[Translate] inShare David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Behavior We regularly receive emails from readers looking for suggestions for how...

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TAKING A STAND

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[Translate] In Effort To Fight Pollution, Beijing Plans To Ban All Coal Use By 2020 BEIJING (AP) — China’s smog-plagued capital...

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Unfettered Micro-Apartment for...

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[Translate] inShare David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Architecturally speaking, 220 sq ft isn’t a ton of room to work with, particularly...

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The Politics of Going Green

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[Translate]   By Jessica Desvarieux, The Real News Network | Video Interview  VIA TRUTHOUT More at The Real News Chris Williams is a...

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Help Value the World’s Ecosyst...

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[Translate] 07/24/2014 by Karen Grajales  THE DIRT The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), an...

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