Installing solar panels and putting in large organic gardens are great ways to decrease your carbon footprint, but they’re not very practical if you live in an apartment. Renting someone else’s property means you can’t make any major changes in your home, but it doesn’t mean you have to give up living a green lifestyle. You can reduce your carbon footprint. Instead of changing your building, change your behavior to make a small but strong impact in your neighborhood.
Purchasing a new car around the holidays as a gift for yourself or loved one is not uncommon. A giant red bow on the hood is standard and usual practice is to lead your unsuspecting recipient to the garage where you reveal the ultimate holiday surprise! This season there’s no shortage of vehicle incentives but as fuel costs increase, hybrid and electric vehicles are growing more attractive. With New Years upon us, here are some key considerations as we make 2014 a “greener” year. Continue reading