NACMME

North American Coalition for Maintaining Mother Earth

Archive for the ‘Green Power’ Category

Posted by Leland On September - 28 - 2016 0 Comment

By now we all know that saving energy means saving money, and because of that we are always looking for new ways to improve our energy use. Well, with the days growing colder it is getting harder and harder not to turn on that heat. We are here to tell you that it is okay to turn on the heat, but try to keep it […]

Posted by Leland On January - 22 - 2016 1 Comment

More and more homeowners are switching to LED lights in their homes for a variety of reasons. The technology of LEDs is much more sophisticated than other lighting methods. They emit light in narrow wavelengths, can emit multiple colors depending on the bulb, and simply burn a lot brighter. Quite a few homeowners still resort to traditional lighting methods such as CFLs (Compact Flourescent Lights). […]

Posted by Leland On October - 1 - 2015 0 Comment

There’s a reason public transit is available in most major cities from Los Angeles to New York City. Personal vehicles are swallowing up larger cities with their fumes and greenhouse gases. In fact, public transportation is nearly everywhere, yet so many people disregard busses, subways, and trains. That’s why there is public transportation–because we simply ignore it and need it. But, we’d rather drive our […]

Posted by admin On January - 2 - 2014 0 Comment

The Sun is quite amazing as it produces the energy, light, and heat that is required in order to sustain life on this planet and it won’t be disappearing for millions of years. As a constant source of energy it is constantly over looked and few people take advantage of the sun as they could. While these ideas really aren’t revolutionary you should definitely implement […]

Posted by admin On December - 17 - 2013 0 Comment

In a world obsessed with fossil fuels and other non-renewable energy sources, it is refreshing to take a quick look at what the industries of renewable energy are accomplishing. Foremost in the renewable energy industry is the increased use and applications of solar power, and there are a few examples and stories from the realm of solar power that simply amaze either for their grandeur, […]

Posted by admin On November - 6 - 2013 0 Comment

The hunt for clean energy sources has led many to conclude that the best possible options for clean energy, at least at this point in time, are either that of solar or wind powered energy. These two forms of energy, solar and wind power, are likewise hotly contested as not being the best possible option for clean energy due to various drawbacks and limitations that […]

Posted by admin On March - 26 - 2013 0 Comment

Magnetic induction cooktops have become a popular trend in recent years, and I think they’re pretty neat. Not only do they have a slick, professional design, but they’re also pretty safe and easy to clean. Induction cooking is done both at home by amateur cooks and in restaurants by professional chefs. Although they might look a little questionable as far as performance, magnetic induction cooktops have […]

Posted by Mikalah On February - 6 - 2013 0 Comment

If you make  some small changes to your  regular routine and behavior it should help you to save and survive the recession. The changes should all be small and not too painful or drastic but be enough to see you through the difficult times that are affecting us all. The good news is that not only will you save money but you will also be helping to save the Polar Bear. You ask yourself, […]

Posted by Mikalah On January - 7 - 2013 1 Comment

We might not like to admit it, but the paper our books are printed on have a pretty sizable carbon footprint. While they might not actually use that many trees (less than 1% of the international timber harvest goes towards book pages) they do require pretty hefty amounts of energy to get them from forest to front-page. Paper mill The Green Press Initiative, an American […]

Posted by Alexa On November - 26 - 2012 0 Comment

Now that Thanksgiving is over, unless you’re some sort of Scrooge (and we know a few of those), you’re most likely unpacking the Christmas/holiday decorations and thinking about what lights to put on the tree and/or your home. As many of you probably have used same bulb strands for years, they probably aren’t the newer, energy efficient bulbs being offered today. Although buying new lights […]