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Say 'so long' to high utility bills

Utility bills are among the largest expenses homeowners have each month. Trimming utility bills can not only benefit homeowners' bottom lines, but also be prove beneficial for the environment.


Eco-friendly winter survival tips

The winter season is right around the corner, soon to usher in cold temperatures, snow and ice for many people across the country. There are plenty of people who revel in the idea of frolicking over snow-capped hills or skating on a frozen pond, but many others hope winter passss them by rather quickly.


Give Kids the Gift of Going Green This Holiday Season

Few movements in the 21st century have proven as popular as the "Go Green" movement. An effort to live with a more eco-conscious mindset, the Go Green movement has found entree into all aspects of life, be it the foods we eat, the cars we drive or the products we buy.
With the holiday season upon us, parents can use the holiday season as an avenue to impart an eco-conscious mindset on their children. Creativity for Kids, a global manufacturer and distributer with a goal toward inspiring kids to


Environmental impact of ski resorts

Skiing enthusiasts once chose a resort based on its amenities and how much fresh powder was on the slopes. Nowadays, eco-conscious skiers are considering how sustainable a ski resort may be before booking their vacation.
On the surface, it may not seem that ski resorts would have a big impact on the environment. But ski resorts actually 


3 ways to conserve fuel during your daily commute

Commuting is a part of daily life for many working professionals. According to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2011 American Community Survey, the average American spends 25 minutes commuting to work each day. However, Citi's 2015 ThankYou Premier Commuter Index says the average commute time in the United States is 45 minutes. The reasons for that disparity are unknown, though if one accepts the latter statistic as more accurate than the years-old Census Bureau data, it's fair to say Americans spend far more time getting to work than their neighbors to the north. But commutes in Canada also can be lengthy, as Canada's National Household Survey found that, in 2011, commuters in Canada spent an average of roughly 25 minutes traveling to work each day.