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What Does the Label on Your Coffee Really Mean?

What Does the Label on Your Coffee Really Mean?

Today, you no longer have to make the decision to just buy coffee. Popular coffee brands, including Starbucks, now advertise a wide variety of specialty labels, such as organic, Fair Trade, and even Rainforest Alliance certified coffee. But what does it all mean? Do...

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Chicken Manure Fertilizer for Happy Plants

Chicken Manure Fertilizer for Happy Plants

If you are going to use your chicken manure (or poops) for fertilizer make sure you compost it first as it is very high in nutrients which can cause scorching if you simply scatter it around your plants. Chicken manure will produce superior flowers and vegetables when...

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Ludicrous Laws of the Land

Ludicrous Laws of the Land

This post was written over 8yrs ago and it may be even longer by the time you get to read it. Not sure if these ludicrous laws even exist anymore......that's up to you to decide. Here we go anyway....enjoy! We are taught from a young age to follow law without...

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Renewable Energy: Why Is It Important?

Renewable Energy: Why Is It Important?

As a source of environmentally friendly and renewable power, the potential offered by renewable energy is being increasingly well documented as the world’s supply of readily available and affordable fossil fuels begins to run low. One of the reasons for this...

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Reduce Energy Consumption With An Insulated Home

Reduce Energy Consumption With An Insulated Home

In order to reduce the impact humans have on our planet, many governments around the world are actively seeking to reduce Co2 emissions. With tonnes of harmful gasses entering our atmosphere every year, great saving must be met in order to slow down Global Warming....

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Recycled Glass – What Happens to It?

Recycled Glass – What Happens to It?

Glass recycling is one of the oldest and more popular of the forms of recycling that goes on. Bottle banks have been with us for quite some time while it wasn't that long ago when you could return used bottles on the promise of a few pennies. Those days may be gone...

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6 Steps to Giving Constructive Criticism

6 Steps to Giving Constructive Criticism

Exploring the methodology of using IDEALS to be successful when giving constructive feedback to your employees. Constructive criticism is difficult. You have to find a balance between giving feedback that is too soft and makes no impact at all and feedback that is so...

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5 Basic Ideas Of Social Justice

5 Basic Ideas Of Social Justice

Social justice is a concept that is simultaneously concrete and amorphous. Pinning it down accurately is quite the challenge because it is as much an ideal as it is a number of tangible actions. Here are 5 basic ideas of social justice to shed light on the motivations...

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Ethical  Methods for Lighting Your Home

Ethical Methods for Lighting Your Home

Did you know that a single 10-watt LED bulb used in place of a 43-watt halogen incandescent bulb will save you roughly 800 kWh of electricity over its lifetime? That might not sound so impressive, but imagine if your entire house was lit with LED or CFL...

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