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   Jun 26

Eco Books–Recommended Eco Reading

Ecology and living green is a difficult subject to grasp. With so many different areas of eco living from energy-saving to recycling, finding information about green living that can benefit you and your family can be difficult. Fortunately, a wide range of eco books are available that provide everything you need to know on green [...]

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   May 11

Economic Woes and Green Products Sales

Since the recession, sales of eco friendly products and green consumables has dropped. In Europe things have not been too bad. While sales of organic produce has declined in supermarkets, some consumers still hanker for green products and look to eco and environmental options. However, in the USA, sales of eco products has fallen dramatically, [...]

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   Jun 02

A Green Read – Some Recommended Eco Books

Now summer is here there is often a good opportunity to settle down to a good book. For those interested in discovering more new eco friendly ideas or learning more about ecology there are some great books out there: Change the World for a Fiver A great read for anyone interested in saving money as [...]

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   Sep 02

Back to School the Eco Friendly Way

Preparing the kids to go back to school after the prolonged summer breaks is often hectic. Running around buying, uniforms, PE kits, books, pens, pencils is often a headache and quite expensive. Very rarely to we are too busy thinking of ways to save money rather than concern our selves with the environmental impact of [...]

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   Aug 03

Top Three Eco Friendly Books

There are so many eco friendly books about it is so hard to find really good ones. There are so many ‘gurus’ and ‘experts’ that it’s hard to find out not only the facts about our environment but things that we can do to actually help. But there are some great eco books out there [...]

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