Green Living Resolutions For 2013

Renewable energy sources have plenty to offer each of us. The impact they can have to improve our environment is phenomenal if enough people stand up and take the steps to initiate such efforts. It may surprise you to find that the wind, sun, waste, and water all around us can be used to create renewable energy. Once you learn about them though you will question why more isn’t being done to use them. We will discuss this as well.

The passive solar heating system uses heat diffusion, the process where heat fills a space. They do not use a pump or any type of mechanical means to distribute the heat.

Staying away from commercial energy drinks can only add to your long term energy. Doctors are now saying that a simple glass of water with lemon juice can do much to activate a sluggish system. This balances ph levels making protein absorption more efficient. This is real energy company. Medical research has also shown that a tablespoon of peanut butter and a glass of water, as unsophisticated as it sounds, can provide longer lasting, better energy than a cup of coffee. All of this sounds a bit unsexy, I know, but more and more people are starting to realize the solution to the energy crisis in your body can be dealt with by a little common sense.

hydropower is very safe. People get scared by it because a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing; they find out that hydrogen is involved and they freak out. That’s a bit premature. In hydropower, the combustible gas is extracted only as needed and is burned steadily from the water, unlike in other technologies where larger amounts of combustible gases are burned.

The fly-fishing themed film, “A River Runs Through It” was filmed in 1992. The story takes place in Missoula, Montana, and the bulk of the filming occurred on the Gallatin and Madison rivers, near Bozeman.

Cease bottle water usage. Bottled water usually is just filtered tap water, and a lot of energy is used in the bottling process. Buy a metal water bottle and a filter if you don’t like tap water.

This might be the only time you ever read about molten batteries in your life. The next time you read about your utility company buying electricity from a solar farm, this may be exactly what is involved.