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An energy efficient home is a green home, and you'll save the environment and money when you upgrade to a green home. While many homeowners assume that energy efficiency requires major projects like solar panel installation, some of the best changes are simple, affordable, and only take a few minutes of your time. 
- See more at: http://www.dudesustainable.com/2014/09/green-building-how-to-make-your-home.html#.dpuf 

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While tips for improving sustainability are useful throughout the year, each season offers its own unique characteristics that allow advantages in reducing your carbon footprint. As the frenetic pace of summer gradually turns into the temperate and slow days of fall, those who wish to live sustainably can use this respite as an opportunity to prepare for the winter to follow.
- See more at: http://www.dudesustainable.com/2014/09/adapting-your-sustainable-habits-for.html#.dpuf 

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There’s many ways a person can take action to lessen their impact on the environment. One place where this should certainly be the case is at home. Below are five green updates you can install into a modern home for a fun remodeling project.
- See more at: http://www.dudesustainable.com/2014/09/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-x-none.html#.dpuf 

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We know “going green” and conserving energy is beneficial to the environment, and we know it can save us money, but let’s be honest: wastefulness is convenient. And unfortunately, convenience sometimes wins over our desire to save money or live in an environmentally-conscious way. We can combat this laziness by setting green home energy priorities and sticking to them. Here’s how to begin. - See more at: http://www.dudesustainable.com/2014/09/setting-green-home-energy-priorities.html#.dpuf

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We know “going green” and conserving energy is beneficial to the environment, and we know it can save us money, but let’s be honest: wastefulness is convenient. And unfortunately, convenience sometimes wins over our desire to save money or live in an environmentally-conscious way. We can combat this laziness by setting green home energy priorities and sticking to them. Here’s how to begin. - See more at: http://www.dudesustainable.com/2014/09/setting-green-home-energy-priorities.html#.dpuf

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Sustainability may be everything right now, but unfortunately, it is not everywhere. It is still up to individuals to help keep this planet going for a couple centuries more.

Tourist destinations are often located in developing countries where green living is still a relatively new concept, and because of this, green hotels are generally not common. Fortunately, being Eco-friendly starts from the individual, and there are plenty of ways travelers can stay green and have a great vacation. 
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