The Green Minute: Three Green Tips Websites
Courtesy of Pat Byington,Â The Green Register Editor
As the author of The Green Minute, I have the pleasure of reviewing websites that regularly offer â€śgreen tipsâ€ť. In this edition of The Green Minute, we have identified three â€śgo toâ€ť websites for readers who are seeking easy to follow eco-friendly tips.
Here are the recommended websites.
Sierra Club â€“ Delivered straight to your e-mailbox, the Sierra Club Green Living Tips have almost every imaginable tip for the eco-friendly consumer. Â In fact, this website even provides tips on green dating. Check it out at SierraClub.org/tips.
National Geographic Green Guides â€“ Need a new dishwasher? Water filter? A solar charger? National Geographic Magazine is probably not the first place one would go to find eco-friendly buyer guides, but they do have a pretty extensive and easy to follow listing. Check it out at Environment.NationalGeographic.com.
Spark Energy â€“ Unless you live in the Southwest or Midwest regions of the United States, you have probably never heard of Spark Energy, a natural gas/ electricity company. Along with their energy services, Spark Energy, through their popular blog, has a wellspring of energy efficiency tips. The Green Register particularly enjoyed the blogâ€™s four part Â â€ťDo it Yourselfâ€ť energy audit series. Check out the Spark Energy Blog at SparkEnergy.com.
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