Mex-Eco Efforts

Around the globe, there are many polluted oceans.   But Mexico’s Sea of Cortez may be one exception.  Pristine waters help some locals find hope while becoming educated about conserving their environment. Begun in 1988, the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve is funded by the Mexican government, Unesco and private foundations. The largest of its kind in […]

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Biodiesel

U.S. dependence on fossil fuels has become an environmental, economic, and political liability. Most of us believe the problem is out of our hands. Some people are taking up the challenge to save the biosphere in personal sized increments with the growing bio-diesel movement. Find out how and why citizens are powering their diesel cars, […]

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Cold Frames

  It’s no secret that grocery store food prices are on the rise, the quality of industrial produce is often low and that home-grown food can save energy, money and promote natural health. Like our ancestors, citizens across America are relearning how to garden in city and country backyards, creating local harvests for themselves and […]

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Half Plan

The numbers are in. Conservation of energy is proving to be the lowest fruit on the eco-tree. With costs soaring, it makes sense to save energy because many simple conservation efforts can pay for themselves in a short time… and can reduce climate-changing emissions. Tune in to find out about one man’s innovative plan to […]

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Near Zero Energy Homes

Countless homeowners, businesses and institutions are making the shift toward energy sustainability, and many are starting with their homes.  Armed with a growing set of effective renewable energy systems a growing percentage of Americans are investing in passive and active solar homes that are designed to prioritize energy efficiency. State and federal tax credits are […]

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