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Lately, people have woken up to the health factor of their bodies as well as the environment. In this regard, there have been many discoveries and inventions to make organic and all natural products. One such product is Eco Friendly Laundry Detergent. A natural laundry detergent is made from 100 percent all natural cleaning ingredients. It is known to be a safe, eco- friendly, hypoallergenic laundry detergent that cleans without leaving any chemical residue on your fabric.
Published in Ecology
Monday, 27 May 2013 21:18

How to find the best hostas

Hostas are some of the best-loved plants for cold climate gardens. These plants are found in hundreds of different varieties and colors as well as different sizes. Most gardeners would agree that these plants ask for very little but provide a great option for anyone that wants a good-looking garden. Learn about the different varieties There are hundreds of different varieties and each kind has its own characteristics. Some kinds spread out more quickly than others, which can
Published in Ecology
Monday, 22 April 2013 08:00

No one can change the world alone

Do you think that no one can change the world alone? Or maybe you do not vote in your country because you think that your vote does not count? Change your attitude today and take matters into your own hands! Not just when it comes to your country, but also the whole world!
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I know you're already aware that your water heater is most likely the most significant source of electrical use or fuel use you have. Obviously the more hot water a household utilizes the more electricity or fuel is needed to generate this hot water. Up until lately, there was no way for individuals to cut back on the energy needed to create hot water simply because the demand for hot water always remained. On this page we are going to be looking at a program called build your

Published in Ecology
Saturday, 06 April 2013 11:50

Eco Friendly Crop Rotation

In agriculture, crop rotation is one of the building blocks to soil retention and sustainability. When crops are overgrazed or overplanted, then the soil can become barren and it can erode away, from wind or water. High winds and rainfall are the two biggest reasons why soil erosion occurs in farmland, and it is important to have a way to wet the soil down until plants can keep the soil in place.
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Thursday, 28 March 2013 23:16

Different methods You May Utilize

It's simpler than it may seem to live green. Small changes can oftentimes have huge results. You don't have to scratch your head about how to get started - simply discover a new use for something you might usually discard. See if you're recycling often, and keeping the garbage you are generating to a minimum. Here are several tips to get you thinking more about living green.

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Sunday, 24 March 2013 21:40

Facts About Water Vole

Water vole, a declining native mammal of UK has rat-like in appearance. It has a round face and a short tail and a blunt nose. It is found near ponds, lakes, rivers and streams. The male species of this habitat have a head and body of 20cm with a 12cm tail. The females are found to be slight smaller.
Published in Ecology
Sunday, 24 March 2013 21:38

Control Pests For Healthy Environment

Pests are the hazardous species which are dangerous for human beings and ecology. They also affect on the health of the common people and sometimes one should have to suffer a lot because of the pests. They also destroy crops which are harmful for agro-based nation. So it is very necessary to control them for a healthy life.
Published in Ecology
Friday, 22 March 2013 20:30

European Society Ecology

Sustainability is the talk of the hour and refers to the longevity of the human economic systems with minimum impact on the environment. Sustainability also refers to major global concerns such as oil depletion and global warming due to climatic changes. In a nutshell, sustainability is about sustaining oneself by sufficiently meeting needs in the present without making compromises for the future generations.
Published in Ecology
Tuesday, 19 March 2013 21:45

New Sofa – Recycle The Old

When we purchase new furniture be it a leather sofa or new recliner we’re always left with a piece of furniture that we are replacing. What to do with the old furniture though? In the eco-friendly world we’d like to do what we can to keep that furniture out of a landfill if at all possible. In this article we’ll touch on some green ideas for recycling your furniture.
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