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Upcycled Craft Projects
Becky presents Crafty Reuse: Four Project for Paper Scraps posted at Crafting a Green World, saying “Paper accounts for over 40% of the trash we produce here in the U.S. That is a crazy amount of waste! Rather than tossing junk mail, newspaper, or any other paper scraps into the trash or recycle bin, you might consider giving those materials a brand new life with one of these fun tutorials.”
Lisa F presents Paper Crafts: Recycled Pencil holder posted at Crafts Unleashed.
Rod presents Solar Power Economics: the costs and benefits of residential solar power posted at Solar Panel Electricity, saying, “We take a look at the costs and economic benefits of installing a residential solar power system, to see if it makes financial sense. Because no matter how appealing solar energy is from an environmental point of view, it will never be widely adopted unless it’s economically viable.”
Julian Pollock presents Show Our Environmental Solidarity on Earth Hour posted at Chandelier-Mall Blog, saying, “This includes a reminder list of ways to reduce the climate change – co-ordinated for the Earth Hour event of last Saturday 27th March. I really think initiatives like this are worth promoting and supporting.”
Linda@NHE presents Libre Loose Leaf Tea Glass Review posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, “This nice tea glass is a great green alternative to starbucks cups or disposable water bottles every day!”
Karen Eisenbraun presents 10-Minute Vegetarian: A Vegan Diet Can Help Improve Blood Sugar Control posted at Healthy Theory.
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