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Last updated: May 6, 2022 • Eco-Friendly and Sustainability

Nature’s Best and Cheapest Cleaning Supplies

As I’m getting ready to move into my new apartment, I’m looking into ways through which I can keep my apartment clean that matches my environmentally conscious lifestyle. After having to struggle to make the most sustainable choices in terms of renovations, interior designs, and decorating style, now it’s time to see how I can …

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Last updated: April 28, 2022 • Eco-Friendly and Sustainability

Sustainability at Home

“Sustainability” seems to be the word for 2022, and as a sustainability advocate, I can’t say I’m not incredibly excited about this. Due to the current health climate, many of us spend more and more time indoors. This changed the way we perceive sustainability at home. Not to mention the fact that the pandemic made …

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Last updated: April 13, 2022 • Eco-Friendly and Sustainability

Wood Skyscrapers: Wood you Believe it?

Would you like to live in a treehouse that’s been updated to the latest housing technologies and architectural standards? Me too. But we aren’t talking about any old treehouse. You won’t actually be living in a tree, but in something that results from many trees. Let’s say you’ll live in a forest. Now, we’ve all …

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Last updated: March 24, 2022 • Eco-Friendly and Sustainability

Massive Timber: The Building Sector’s Sustainable Solution

The Doomsday Clock is ticking, and every industry is looking towards innovative sustainable alternatives to continue production without harming the environment. Initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions became a focus of the building sector in their struggle to cut the waste, pollutants, and expenses resulting from construction. From architects to sustainability advocates, the building sector …

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Last updated: March 4, 2022 • Eco-Friendly and Sustainability

Environmental Planning: the Key for a Sustainable Future?

When we think about the future, what is it that we imagine? Do we see flying cars, areas that are in disarray, and parts where the air is barely breathable, hence the need for flying cars? If that is the truth then that is the future if environmental planning is taken out of the equation. …

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