There’s a lot going for the new iPhone 7. Apple claims that the iPhone 7 is the best they have brought out. The phone still has the same 4.7 and 5.5’’ screen sizes but there are some changes you’ll want to know about, apart from some trendy changes in colour schemes of the phone. Apart […]
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Winter is the perfect time think about summer projects, like making your home more eco-friendly. Not only are consumers interested in being more eco-friendly, but they also don’t hesitate to shell out extra money for the sake of going green.
Two of the most important challenges facing households today are how to live more economically and how to be more environmentally friendly.
Baines and Ernst have published a new Infographic called ‘Live more economically and save the planet’ which primarily offers advice on the first of these issues. However, much of the advice given can also be seen to be good for the environment and can indeed contribute to saving the planet.
Buying energy efficient windows is a win-win: the environment wins because less energy need be generated through the burning of fossil fuels, and the consumer wins by saving money on energy bills. It’s no surprise, then, that many homeowners are willing to pay a higher price for windows that claim to be energy efficient. What is surprising, however, is that many of the energy-efficiency claims made by window manufacturers, distributors, and sellers are outright false, or at least vastly overstated. Now consumers are forced to make a decision: are these green windows, or is it all a bad case of green washing?
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