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All things green, bad and ugly, the official blog the for RecyclBills.com L...

 
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Instant Feelgood helps people achieve their fitness and health goals, wheth...

 
Forced GreenForced Green

Living a Natural Life in an Industrial World

 


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Scottish Power has become the first of the UK's "big six" energy companies to completely drop fossil fuels for electricity generation, after selling off its remaining gas plants to power company Drax in a £702 million deal. In...

For getting the finest possible cost, you must make a comparison between the energy bills with many suppliers regularly. You can do this through domestic energy cost comparisons sites. Now, you may wonder what these comparison websites are. So, the c...

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg long ago joined a coterie of Leftists billionaires – who have become snide caricatures of themselves. Most especially the Leftist billionaires who claim “environmentalist” bona fides.  They want the government...

On of the richest people on the planet is sick of climate change and has launched a venture capital firm to slow down global warming. Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV) funds companies that can make a marked reduction on annual carbon output while al...

Scott Morrison with a coal specimen supplied by the Minerals Council of AustraliaABC News, 9 February 2018During an interview with the ABC 7.30 program on 11 September 2018 Prime Minister & Liberal MP for Cook Scott Morrison declared he is “tro...

An all-electric rickshaw or three-wheeled vehicle may soon be more of the norm on streets in India — a country with a massive 1.3 billion population and a dependency on carbon energy sources to match.  At this week's Global Mobility Summit...

“This country would throw itself in the sea if it wasn't already girt by it.”  [Freelance journalist Andrew Stafford’s 17 August 2018 tweeted response to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s removal of a climate change target fro...