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March 24, 2020 4 Comments
Earth Hour 2020: Why It’s Good to Be in the Dark

How Going Dark Helps Shine the Light Earth Hour is coming up this Saturday, March 28, at 8:30 p.m., local time! Every year, our Norwex Movement family likes to do our part to shed light (or in this case, “go dark”) to help support our planet. We’ll join more than 180 countries around the world […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Conservation, Energy, Environment
June 4, 2019 2 Comments
6 Reasons Why Sunshine Is Good for You!

Hint: Your Body Uses It To Make Vitamin D There’s a reason why vitamin D is known as the “sunshine vitamin.” Our amazing bodies must know that it’s important for our health, because they produce it in response to sun exposure, specifically UVB rays. Below are some of the reasons why vitamin D is so […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Energy, Environment, Family, Health
July 17, 2018 3 Comments
Good News Blowing in: Wind Energy Is on the Rise

More Businesses Are Choosing Green Power! Businesses today are relying more and more on renewable energy sources—and it’s easy to see why. Costs of solar and wind power are dropping globally. In fact, they’re projected to become two of the cheapest sources of electricity for most of the world after 2030. And savvy businesses are […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Eco-Friendly Cities, Energy, Environment
July 5, 2018 18 Comments
The Better Way to Get Your Oven Clean

Should You Use Your Oven’s Self-Cleaning Feature? Updated August 23, 2018 If you’re a busy mom like me, it might be hard to imagine being without your electric oven’s self-cleaning feature. After all, my oven’s ability to scorch itself clean saves me a lot of time and effort. That has to be a good thing, […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Chemicals, Energy, Food
June 14, 2018 1 Comment
California Is Going Solar! Will It Be Worth It?

Solar Panels Expected to Slash Bills and Reduce Air Pollution Last month, California became the first state in the U.S. to require that, beginning in 2020, new houses built there include solar panels. The new law would also apply to multifamily buildings of up to three stories. The thinking is that, over a three-year period, […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Eco-Friendly Cities, Energy, Environment
May 8, 2018 11 Comments
Collapsible Light Brings Hope in the Darkness

How One Woman’s Invention Is Making a Difference Meet Alice Min Soo Chun, an inventor, mathematician and origami expert as well as co-founder and CEO of Solight Design. Alice’s company creates a product that’s shining light in areas where it isn’t always easy to come by—especially after the sun goes down. Her product casts a […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Community Project, Conservation, Energy, Family
April 26, 2018 5 Comments
Biogas Appliance Can Help You Save Energy and Grow Better Produce

Better Living with Backyard Biogas What if you could easily turn food waste—things like banana peels, chicken skin, melon rinds and other organic material—into clean, renewable energy that could be used to cook your meals? And what if this waste-into-fuel conversion process took place right in your own backyard! It may not be as far-fetched […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Conservation, Energy, Environment, Food
March 22, 2018 3 Comments
Can the World Be Powered with Renewable Energy?

From Denton, TX, and Beyond: A Quick Update on Renewable Energy Denton, Texas, has big plans and they’re getting even bigger. The city announced recently that it will soon switch to 100% renewable energy sources. Denton’s original plans called for only 70% renewable sources by 2020, but revised plans now include installing enough wind and […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Eco-Friendly Cities, Energy, Environment
March 13, 2018 5 Comments
Welcome to the Eco-Friendly Neighborhood

How One Community Is Going Green and Saving Green Anyone in the market for a new house these days may feel as if the terms “affordable” and “eco-friendly” don’t always go hand and hand. True, costs of green construction have decreased over the years, but eco-friendly building materials are still usually more costly than traditional […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Eco-Friendly Cities, Energy, Environment
November 16, 2017 5 Comments
Transforming the Look of Renewable Energy

Two Companies That Are Reimaging the Renewable Energy Space As people become more thoughtful about their energy consumption, companies are getting more and more creative with renewable energy technology to develop products that encourage sustainability and look good doing it. Let’s Talk Renewable Energy Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, such […]

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Posted in: Amy's Green Blog, Conservation, Eco-Friendly Cities, Energy, Environment, How You Can Help