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Life in the Green Zone

Small energy saving measures can make a big difference when it comes to our impact on our environment. Granted it takes a certain level of commitment and a shift in mindset on behalf of the whole family, but when your concerted efforts begin to pay...

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The plague of plastic

In an ironic twist of fate, plastic first found popularity in for its cost-effective and energy saving manufacturing process. The precursor to plastic – Parkesine, a cellulose-based material – was first demonstrated by Alexander Parkes at the 1862 Great International Exhibition in London. When the...

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Renovating? Why bother to go green?

Renovating is a daunting enterprise, more so if you have a mind to keep your alterations as environmentally-friendly as possible. Building regulations are also on the side of green building. Are you aware that certain alterations are regulated under the SANS10400 XA and the Energy...

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What Does Going Green Really Mean?

Taking the measure of your carbon footprint requires that you examine every aspect of your life to see where you can make energy saving changes. Things to consider include your electricity, water and fuel consumption and how much waste you generate. Contemplate how much of...

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Designing For Climate Change

There is no better time than now to set about building the ‘green way’ or to turn your existing building from a greenhouse gas offender into an energy saving model for the future – this is the message coming out of the landmark bargain struck...

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Examples of Green Architecture in Africa

The art of green building may originally have taken root in Europe but the energy saving and environmentally sensitive principles associated with this style of construction can now be found closer to home. True to its nature though, Africa has laid its distinctive signature on...

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Cheap Ways to Go Green in Your Everyday Life

The bottom line when it comes to making green choices is energy saving. By saving energy, we’re not only benefitting our planet and preserving its longevity but we’re saving on related costs and preserving our own well-being. Now that going green has been firmly entrenched...

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What is Green Building?

Green or sustainable construction is more than just a passing fad; it is a highly necessary adaptation of current building principles to the pressure of climate change and energy saving concerns. The term “Green Building” encompasses both the physical construction process and the final product...

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Green living begins at home

You are a believer in energy saving, right? You are dedicated to reducing your carbon footprint by using only energy efficient appliances, windows and doors in your own home. For you, living green is important and saving money is too. If this is you, then...

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Five ways to reduce electricity consumption

Gone are the days when electricity was cheap! Now electricity usage doesn’t only impact the environment negatively, the rising cost of electricity is being felt in the pockets of many South Africans. Here are five simple ways to start saving electricity in your home…...

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