Harvesting Space for a Greener Earth

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As our natural resources dwindle and the mining methods ltake their toll on the environment, a group of authors look to the skies for solutions. One option is the mining of near-Earth-asteroids (NEAs). "Harvesting Space for a Greener Earth" is a collaborative book which looks at the possibilities of mining NEAs in the future.

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Amazing Off Grid Homes you’d Love to Live In

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Solar power has made living off the grid easy and accessible. As solar panel technology boosts efficiency and the cost of panels goes down, more homeowners are opting to create their own, green eco-friendly energy which saves them money and ensures power even in inclement weather. Here are some of our favorite off-grid homes powered by solar panel systems.

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Gearapalooza: Green Camping Gear Review 2014

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Going camping? Need gear? The Greenmoxie team has done all the research for you and compiled a list of the very best green camping gear. Over the next few installments we will review camping gear from all the best manufacturers and bring you the results. Our Green Gearapalooza 2014 kicks off with a review of the best backpacks for the intrepid adventurer.

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Keep Your Cool the Green Living Way

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With warm summer days upon us, we’re all trying to minimize indoor temperatures in order to maximize performance. Other than blasting the A/C, what can we do to keep cool? Here are some eco-friendly tips on cooling your home (and yourself!) when the heat is oppressive outside.

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Natural Herbicides for Lawns, Paving and Gardens

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Want your kids to roll around on the grass and play safely in the garden? Want your backyard to be a haven for pollinators, birds and butterflies? Then we’ve got just what you need – natural herbicides that are eco-friendly, easy and cheap!

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Study Finds Vegetarians Live 20% Longer

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Food industries are enormous contributors to greenhouse gas emissions; especially the meat-producing industries. The study not only found that vegetarian diet produced a third less emissions, but also that the mortality rate for meat-eaters was almost 20% higher. 

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Growable Gowns: Wedding Dresses Made for the Compost Heap

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If you are a bride-to-be who loves the environment, you don't need to upcycle or recycle a dress to have a green wedding. Now you can have your dream dress and compost it too! The latest trend in green weddings is the biodegradable wedding gown. Grown from fashionable fungi, these dresses can simply be tossed onto the compost pile at the bottom of your garden when your special day is done.

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Is Being Environmentally Friendly a Waste of Time?

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When faced with difficult decisions, I always take to the woods with my camera and my trusty hound, a rather plump pug mix, leading the way. (As a budding photographer, I shoot just about everything, but the only thing that I am able to capture with almost breathtaking clarity is that little dog’s bum.)

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