Geothermal Energy Potential in California!

Green Living Ideas - This press release from Geothermal Energy Association (GEA) shares the great news that the potential for geothermal energy is largely untapped in the largest state in the United States. That’s good news for renewable energy sectors and bad news for the fossil fuel industries. And according to Planetsave there is still a lot of potential for US geothermal energy, so who knows what will be found in the next few years. And no doubt, this is a super lucrative business to … [Read more...]

Facing My Own Green Stereotypes

Accidentally Green - For the original post, visit Accidentally Green - Making healthy decisions that honor God and happen to help the environmnent. Before I started turning green, I admit that I had a very narrow stereotype formed about environmentally-conscious individuals. In general, I believed they: Wore Birkenstocks (with socks in the fall and winter and bare feet in the spring and summer). Had long, straight, greasy-looking hair. Were politically, religiously, philosophically and socially … [Read more...]

My Top 2 Tips for Going Green

Accidentally Green - For the original post, visit Accidentally Green - Making healthy decisions that honor God and happen to help the environmnent. If you haven’t lived with any inclination of a green life – and I’ve been there – how in the world do you begin making greener choices? Since I made a major turn-around in my own life, I know it’s possible. It’s not even very difficult. And it can be fun. If you’re just getting started, here are my Top 2 tips: 1. Know why you’re going green. Please … [Read more...]

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