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The website that brought renters, homebuyers, and realtors a powerful index of walkability has done it again, this time for public transit (source: walkscore.com). At the end of January, Matt Lerner, CTO of Walk Score, announced a new ranking of the…
Looking for the information you need to make smarter green choices? These mobile apps can help.
When we don’t hesitate to head across the street to save a few pennies per gallon on gas, why would we play roulette with our monthly energy bill? Nowadays, the capability is there to know exactly what you’re consuming and spending on electricity at any given moment, instead of simply waiting on the meter checker to come by and send you a bill.
Don’t have yard space for a garden? You can still grow your own vegetables and flowers indoors, and these three iPhone apps can help.
Want to be more green? There’s an app for that. In fact, there are so many apps for that that writing an honest review of them is pretty difficult. We would be sitting here for days, maybe weeks trying to trudge through them all. Some of them are fairly useless when it comes right down […]
Last year I moved into an apartment complex with little patches of earth used for gardens. Anyone who likes can use the space to grow something of their choice, edible or decorative. I have never had a garden before and up until this point it has been too cold to begin in my state. But […]
Is the Gulf Oil spill moving off the green blogosphere radar? Regator shows that the term “Gulf of Mexico” is still on top in Environmentalism right now, but terms related to political wrangling over energy, climate, and the environment are right there behind it… While most of us could use a break from the constant […]