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Last updated: October 21, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

Living In Bonita Springs FL

For one of the loveliest coastal towns in the state, the city of Bonita Springs, FL is surprisingly not as crowded as one might expect, especially after discovering its particular kind of attraction for residents and visitors alike. Living in Bonita Springs Florida provides a certain kind of soothing and relaxing atmosphere where people find …

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Last updated: October 8, 2020 • Home Improvement

Innovative Solution for Solar Roof Technology

With industries competing for better and more efficient ways to provide environmentally friendly energy, as well as the growing interest in renewable energy for a more sustainable future the solar roofing technology is constantly developing. As real estate developers are becoming aware of the environmental threats the attitude is changing for a greener future in …

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Last updated: October 14, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

City of Pooler GA – the railroad city

The state of Georgia is spread from the eastern shore of the Atlantic Ocean through the farmland terrain all the way into the mountains. With such a variable landscape, the cities throughout Georgia are as different as they can be. From coastal holiday cities that attract visitors and tourists with those sandy beaches that blend …

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Last updated: August 10, 2020 • Lifestyle

Countries that are the cleanest or countries that are battling pollution and winning

We all want to be able to enjoy the outdoors and breath clean air whenever we go outside. That’s how we choose where we live, where we go on vacations and even where we work if you are concerned about the company’s carbon footprint. We all want a place free of pollution for both health …

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Last updated: July 28, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Low-income housing

Access to adequate housing has been acknowledged as a human rights issue in 1948 when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights had been adopted. Every person, regardless of wealth, social status or culture has a right to housing and shelter. The issue has been raised time and time again as poverty numbers have been rising …

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