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It's time to stock up on some extra candles! For 1 hour tomorrow, March 29, 2008 at 8 p.m (your local time), millions of people around the world are shutting their lights out as a positive energy saving statement for our planet. Earth Hour was created by the World Wildlife Fund in Sydney last year and in one year has become a global movement. More than 100 cities across North America are...
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Beauty of Nature dishes on her fave natural and organic beauty products...

Look in any women's magazine right now, from InStyle to Allure, and you'll see one thing -- natural and organic beauty products. Everyone wants to get in on the green trend! Even beauty websites like Sephora and Beauty.com have whole sections devoted just for organic and natural beauty products.

But what does...
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Another great post from Ask Patty...

Have you noticed how much trash is usually generated after a party and thought about how it sullied an otherwise wonderful atmosphere? Ballparks, night clubs, birthday party, even sometimes, green events, can create tremendous amount of waste, pollution, and emission...

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We wants junk mail? These days there is so much of it, it's hard to find your legitimate mail in amongst the piles garbage you must sort through. A shady gym is having a special. No thanks! Save 2 cents on a box of cereal - mighty tempting! We'd rather not get any of it and find our deals online the environmental way.

Thankfully a very smart woman has made it easier for us to stop the...
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In our one-track minded culture, we are so enthralled with the latest thing that we can overlook the big picture. Here's some food for thought from Ask Patty...

Recently, a lot of talk about cars have been about the alternative green vehicles -- electric, hybrid, biodiesel, ethanol, biofuel, fuel cell. We are served with ads after ads of car companies out competing each other on being green...
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Always great advice from Ask Patty! The title says it all...

There are a number of things you can do to ease the money coming out of your wallet to pay for gasoline to power your...

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Method all purpose cleaner in French Lavender. Smells great and is environmentally friendly!

You see the ads in your glossy fashion mags for hybrid Toyotas, you catch the odd commercial for reducing carbon emissions while flicking channels during breaks on Entertainment Tonight. You've heard about Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth (and one day you will watch it, you promise).

The...
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One person's trash is another's treasure - never has this been more true. One possible source for alternative fuel is kitchen garbage. Confused? Read more, from blogger Ask Patty...

Did you know the answer to reducing petroleum dependency and producing environmentally efficient fuel may be right in your kitchen trash? Household garbage, old tires, and even plant stalk all contain carbon...
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Thinking of buying a new car? Want to go green? Read up on this one from AskPatty...

In the latest Auto Pulse survey conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, Toyota is ranked as the greenest car company (by 49% of respondents). The nationwide telephone survey ran from Dec. 6-10, 2007, polling 2,037 adults. Honda came...

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In the market for a new car? Ask Patty has the latest...

First full-size hybrid SUV promises 30 percent fuel efficiency increase over standard model By Green Car Journal Editors The 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid - the first General Motors vehicle to use the company's all-new two-mode hybrid system, and the first...

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