Hi everyone, we are back with our blog highlights of the week. Every week, we bring forward five blogs from reputed sources on the topics of sustainability, green issues and global issues. If you care about the globe and want to learn more about green living, environmental issues and global issues, these blogs just might be for your. Enjoy our selection this week. .

blog4Solar and wind ‘cheaper than new nuclear’ by the time Hinkley is built

The government expects solar and wind power to be cheaper than new nuclear power by the time Hinkley Point C is completed, its own projections show.

Theresa May’s government last month made a surprise decision to delay a deal on Hinkley, prompting a renewed look at what alternatives could power Britain if ministers this autumn fail to back new reactors in Somerset. (Read More)

environmental Current Environment Problems That Our World Is Facing

The world environment is going too much worst condition day by day as we use our natural recourses indiscriminately and fail to manage our waste. Our total environmental condition deteriorate in everyday life but we yet not concern ourselves for save us from different types of natural calamities and extinction of several types of animals spaces groups, it is true that only human are responsible for polluting environmenrt, but if we have a little bit concern than it will make us positive thinker to save our environment. (Read More)

blog27 FREE Ways to Make Your Home Healthier Today!

I’ve heard from many of you who say you want to live a healthier, more natural life, but that money is definitely an issue. I get it. I haven’t found the money tree yet either.

Anyway, I thought you’d appreciate these totally FREE tips for creating a healthier home. They’re all about keeping toxins out of your house – via the food you eat and the air you breathe. It’s important to remember that healthy living extends beyond diet and exercise and into your home – including your daily habits, the products you use, the way you live your life. Sure, some of it will cost more than you’re used to, but you can take baby steps and invest in healthier, safer products over time. You’ll also find that some changes will actually save you money over time – switching to reusable products over disposables is just one example. (Read More)

blog35 Super Simple Ways to Reduce Food Waste at Home

If you had an extra $370 in your pocket, how would you spend it? Would you donate it to charity? Finally buy that fancy new blender? The possibilities are endless, but back to that money. What if I told you that’s how much the average American loses a year on food waste? I don’t know about you, but that’s a lotta dough I’d rather be spending on a vacation. (Read More)

blog4Floating Solar: A Win-Win for Drought-Stricken Lakes in U.S.

Floating solar panel arrays are increasingly being deployed in places as diverse as Brazil and Japan. One prime spot for these “floatovoltaic” projects could be the sunbaked U.S. Southwest, where they could produce clean energy and prevent evaporation in major man-made reservoirs.(Read More)

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