NACMME

North American Coalition for Maintaining Mother Earth

Archive for the ‘Green Power’ Category

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 […]

Posted by Alexa On September - 26 - 2012 0 Comment

If you have a garden or a yard, then lighting it at night will create a magical and beautiful look. Moreover, if you are environmentally conscious, solar lights will also light your garden or yard while simultaneously taking care of the environment. Before you make any purchases, however, you might be interested in learning how solar lights work. With a little bit of learning, you […]