Alliance to Save Energy
Discover Your Own Energy-Saving $uper Powers With the Energy-Efficiency Tips and Resources on The Alliance to Save Energy's Consumer Web Site!
Save Water Indoors 49 Ways
For years, uncontrollable water and sewer bills seemed to be commonplace. That is because most buildings -- even those constructed as recently as five years ago -- were not designed with water savings in mind. Most are equipped with "high-flow" plumbing and other antiquated devices that can drain a water meter dry.
People have created petitions for almost every conceivable cause you can think of. This
site brings petitions to the entire world so they can gather the amount of signatures
needed and presents those petitions to the people who make the decisions that affect all
of us and our world.
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The purpose of this site is to bring you current environmental campaigns that you
can take part in -- helping give you a voice in the environmental movement and in
influencing decisions made by government officials.
Gardeners nationwide have begun a movement to restore plants native to their region. This renaissance of native gardening acknowledges that native plants are beautiful, hearty, and beneficial. By starting a native garden in your own backyard, you can help stem the loss of native biodiversity, provide shelter and food for native wildlife, and reduce pollution.
Save paper in your green office and get tips for saving paper at the office and at home.
Save Water Outdoors 49 Ways
Savers is one of the oldest and largest water conservation companies in the country. Since 1987, we have implemented successful water-saving programs in hundreds of thousands of units from coast to coast, helping some of the largest management companies and property owners save tens of millions of dollars in the process. Now, we'd like to help you.
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Alternative Energy News
Alternative energy news and information resources about renewable energy technologies.
Originally developed for drought-afflicted areas, the principles of xeriscape today have an ever broadening appeal. With water now considered an expensive and limited resource, all landscaping projects, residential or commercial, can benefit from this alternative. Xeriscapes do not have a single look - almost any landscaping style can be achieved. The principles can be applied to all or part of a yard, in any geographic region of North America.