Spring is a season of stirring anticipation. As the ground thaws and flowers start to bloom, house-dwellers get eager to throw open the windows and embrace the warming air. With that comes a sense of renewal that’s most evident in the annual tradition of spring cleaning. Cleaning out your home can be a great way to expel clutter accumulated over the winter, but if you want to do it while being environmentally friendly, you’ll need to take stock of your current cleaning habits. Continue reading Go Greener for Spring Cleaning This Year
Mission trips are designed primarily to bring hope to underdeveloped areas of the world where need is great. Although this task is accomplished largely by teaching people in these areas about the power of this concept, rebuilding the environment is another effective way that this feeling of hope is restored. In areas where people have limited access to clean water, no housing and painful infectious diseases, it’s nearly impossible to lift the spirits of the citizens without first providing for their very basic needs. Continue reading Eco-Friendly Mission Trips: Keeping the Planet Greener and Cleaner
Hybrid technology has played a large role in decreasing the cost of public transportation and reduces costs of running personal vehicles. Cities all across the nation are honing in on the benefits these cars offer.
Hybrids Rear their Heads Continue reading Hybrid Taxi Cabs: Flagging Down Efficiency
Decades ago, people turned on their taps without worrying about what pollutants or organisms could be in their water supply. But even though the United States has some of the safest drinking water in the world, we now know that tap water can pose health risks, especially in homes that rely on well water. Continue reading Drinking Water 101: Exploring Healthy Options