If we're talking about green living and finding tactics to make your home more energy-efficient, look no further than your windows.
Living off grid can be a lot of fun. It reminds you that you’re an independent human being and not necessarily hopelessly hooked up to a society.
Climate change and global warming are not new concepts. Every media outlet and institution is conversing on the grappling effects of both.
With everyday living becoming more sustainable, many people are looking for smart ways to live more sustainably at home.
With a greater emphasis on a sustainable and greener lifestyle in 2021, we’ve all come to realize the importance of adopting these practices ourselves.
Aside from the waste generated at home - which can be recycled - is there any way to make our home more sustainable and eco-friendly?
The sun is the most abundant source of energy we know. Unfortunately, we have opted for other energy sources such as oil and coal.
After research by William E. Rees and Mathis Wackernagel was conducted in the mid-90s, the term ‘carbon footprint’ was coined.
Being able to power a home, of course, is a necessity, but how far are you willing to go in helping achieve this goal?
Electricity is a necessity and unfortunately, many homeowners have resigned to paying hefty energy bills every month.