It’s going green in tech week! If you’re still not convinced that going green with your technology, lifestyle, and product purchases is a must-do, check out these seven reasons why we suggest going green.
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GoingGreenToday.com shares a list of going green facts that will inspire everyone to be a little more Earth-friendly.
For Going Green in Tech Week, we’re sharing a few of the top energy sources powering our world’s green technology today.
It’s Going Green in Tech Week, and we’re at the forefront of embracing green technology. This week, we’ll be posting a blog series comprised of four posts talking about what we can expect to see forthcoming in green technology this year. We’re kicking off with five green tech trends for 2013, from solar power to coal. We can’t wait to see what other trends emerge throughout the year.
From tips on hosting green parties to eco-friendly green cleaning, being green is what Eton Corp stand for! Here are some green musicians who also like to go green.
Maybe spring hasn’t quite sprung, but the 2013 groundhog (Punxsutawney Phil, if you must know) did predict an early spring this year. With that in mind, you may be thinking home renovations and décor. We pulled a few of our favorite tips for green decorating from Pinterest.
Solar power, the process of converting sunlight into electricity, has become increasingly common in the past few years. What you might not have realized is that people have been using solar power ever since the 7th Century B.C., where magnifying glasses were used to create fires and burn ants on the sidewalk. Below is a short history of how solar power was first discovered and used as a source for electricity.
Take a look at this round-up of the world’s top three greenest breweries. Is there a way to produce and sell beer that is also kind to our planet? Yes, and these breweries are at the top of our list for the greenest and most eco-friendly.
Is there an exact date or time best to give your children their own gadgets? What should you do with your child’s privacy after giving a phone or other gadget to him or her?
Winter is one of the seasons when many of us use the most energy, impeding the going green efforts that we’ve been trying to keep up year-round. Here are a few tips on how to stay warmer this winter, without keeping that energy-sucking furnace working at a toasty 80 degrees every day. These ideas can help you save money and avoid using too much energy.