Things to Visit During Your Stay in Macau - Macau is a popular place all over the world and attracts many tourists both domestically and abroad. Located about 60 kilometers from Hong Kong, many things are waiting for tourists to see and visit. The city is rich in history and many relics that tourists can enjoy while there. In addition, Macau also has many unique things such as culture and culinary specialties If you come to Macau for the first time, you will be confused by the many tourist destinations that exist. … [Read more...]

Top Accomodations for Your Stay in Macau - When you travel anywhere, the resort or your temporary stay at your destination is important. if you have planned a budget long ago then it never hurts to pamper yourself a little with luxury accommodation. But if not, then you have to be careful in choosing, otherwise, your travel plans will be ruined just because you pay for a few nights at a hotel that you don’t know the details of. Here we have listed the accommodations that will make you feel at home during your … [Read more...]

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #4 2022

Skeptical Science - "In the event of an actual climate emergency..." Most of us know the drill for our role as airline passengers. By briefings and inspection, cabin crew give us quick instructions on matters of physics and then make sure our lesson has sunk home, by making sure our safety belts are fastened. Disagreement on and refusal of our applied physics lessons are not options. Buckle up, or stay home. It's that simple. Why would it be otherwise? Physics follows its own rules, not ours; E … [Read more...]

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #5 2022

Skeptical Science - The path to NFT (non-fatal transactions) The "blockchain economy" seems to be stuck in a phase and possible terminus of mostly pointless and frequently criminal transactions made at enormous expense to our our already too-scanty carbon budget, flying in the face of sensible behavior in a world facing a climate crisis. With their signature style of "solution looking for a problem," blockchain promoters have created a new "need" in the art world, that of "non-fungible tokens" … [Read more...]

Meet & Greet (#MtaGt) – May – My Eco 20s & World Changing Me

Reduce Footprints - Welcome to Meet & Greet, a regular series designed to grow our green community.Banner by Art IstGrab our banner for your site:For 2015, Meet & Greet will operate a bit differently than previous years. This year, I'll be featuring blogs which I find via my Internet travels or blogs which you recommend via the link-up widget below. Please visit the Meet & Greet Page for all the details.This month I'm featuring two fabulous sites. Ready to get acquainted? Let's go ...Please … [Read more...]

Guest Post – Keep Cool & Save Cash with the Right Window Treatments

Reduce Footprints - With summer just around the corner, now is a good time to start thinking about buttoning up your home for maximum efficiency! This is especially true for those in areas of the country that experience extreme heat, which results in frequent overexertion of air conditioners. Air conditioning units consume energy in the form of electricity. When a home has a significant amount of solar heat gain with uncovered windows, this puts a greater strain on the unit resulting in more … [Read more...]

Why It’s Important to Conduct HVAC Fall Maintenance

The Green Parent - changing seasons and various temperatures, your HVAC system is a powerhouse delivering comfort year-round. When summer days heat up and winter nights drop below freezing, you’ll want to be sure that you can rely on your system. Fall is a good time to address any issues before you actually need your heating system this winter. When it comes time to turn on your heating system for the first time this winter, the last thing that you want to discover is a problem. When the … [Read more...]

Amber Lotus: New Eco Calendars for 2014

Eco Mama's Guide To Living Green - Are you still using paper calendars? I am. I need the visual on paper I can touch. Amber Lotus makes fabulous calendars all on recycled paper with non toxic ink. They have a ton of wonderful options with a theme of do-gooding, living healthy, and respecting the environment. I like those sentiments and enjoy seeing this imagery around the house. It also serves as inspiration. How about the graphically bold and colorful Green Patriot Wall Calendar which … [Read more...]

Uncommon Goods: Compass Necklace

Eco Mama's Guide To Living Green - Do you have any outdoorsy people on your holiday gift list? Travelers? If you're reading this, I know you do. Or you're one yourself. Check out this fabulous Compass Necklace from Uncommon Goods. What a perfect gift for hikers, travelers, and explorers. And, really not just for those types, because compasses symbolize finding your way in life and the value of your journey, and it's a sweet sentiment for the people you love. I can think of a hundred … [Read more...]

The Smart Mom’s Guide to Owning a Home

Nature Moms - Mom, you’ve got a lot on your shoulders–raising kids, managing a career, owning a home–and all those things take effort. Owning and maintaining a home takes time, but it doesn’t need to add stress. Follow this smart guide, and you’ll be a pro homeowner in no time.  Check Your HVAC Unit and Change Your Filter To improve your HVAC’s efficiency, ensure you schedule routine checkups with a technician. The best time to do so is in the fall before the weather turns … [Read more...]

5 Things to Know if You Are Remodeling Your Home This Winter

Nature Moms - When you think about the perfect time of year to start your home remodeling projects, winter is probably not the first season that comes to mind. However, the colder months may be just right depending on where you live and the types of designs you’re considering.  If you’re thinking about outdoor construction or remodeling for your home, you and your contractor will have to rely on the right weather conditions. However, in a more climate-controlled space, you may be … [Read more...]

22 Easy Ways to Be More Eco-Friendly (and Benefit Your Health) in 2022 

Mindful Momma - Learn easy ways to be more eco-friendly this year in your daily habits, the products you use in...Read the whole entry... » ; ; ; ; ; ; (c) Mindful Momma - Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Be a Conscious Consumer for Health, Society & the Planet

Mindful Momma - Learn the top 10 ways to be a conscious consumer by considering the health effects, and...Read the whole entry... » ; ; ; ; ; ; (c) Mindful Momma - Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

8 Ways to Get Dinner on the Table Fast This Week

Nature Moms - There’s nobody out there who has all the time in the world to spend cooking dinner and preparing food. Especially when it’s a constant thing, you don’t always have an unlimited amount of time to come up with new recipes and cook things from scratch every day. However, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try your best to cook satisfying meals for yourself and your family. Luckily, there are plenty of ways that you can streamline the process and make things easier. Here are a few … [Read more...]

10 Signs Your Child Is Interested In Music

Nature Moms - Having a child that has talents or a passion for music can be very interesting. By being able to help them develop their musical talents, you are also able to help them grow their natural abilities. Oftentimes, we end up becoming great at the things we love. This is why, as a parent, you should not ignore any interest that your child may have. It is highly likely that your child loves music. However, many will also become more in tune with it than others.   For that reason, we … [Read more...]

4 Easy Tips for Keeping Your Holidays Healthy

Life The Green Way - The holiday season is upon us! That means that you're probably spending a lot more time in the kitchen - whether you're hosting a party or simply cooking a traditional meal for your family. No matter what the reason, you're going to shop for many ingredients, cook, clean, and enjoy lots of yummy food (let's hear it for the leftovers)!If you're like me (and I'll bet you are, since you're here), you want to buy quality food that is also healthy for your family, while keeping … [Read more...]

Yummy and Healthy Avocado Dip

Life The Green Way - Avocados are a creative way to increase your fruit intake during the fall and winter months. You can add them to almost any dish. Avocados contain about 8{533314f2540bdd33bbc04377fd32ff805adcd56cc20929d47e9b088aa1bb02ce} of your recommended daily value of fiberPhoto Credit: Elena White @lifethegreenwayper serving. Dietary fiber from fruits, as a part of an overall healthy diet, can help reduce blood cholesterol levels and also may lower risk of heart disease.Here is a family … [Read more...]

Rural Studio Immersion Program Enriching Students, Reviving West Alabama’s Black Belt

Sustainable Brands - Latest News - Rural Studio at Auburn University is one of nine organizations selected as part of Shaw Industries’ sustain[HUMAN]ability® Leadership Recognition Program, which recognizes a diverse slate of organizations that are innovating to support the wellbeing of people and the planet. Shaw’s Troy Virgo recently interviewed Rusty Smith — Associate Director of Rural Studio at Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture — to learn more … [Read more...]

After Disaster in Texas, Community and Industry Come Together to Transform Water Infrastructure

Sustainable Brands - Latest News - The dangers of weak-water infrastructure in North America were seen clearly in February 2021, when a major ice storm and freezing temperatures led to a partial failure of the electricity and water supply grids in Texas. The storm led to 210 deaths; and millions were without power for days in freezing temperatures that burst water pipes, froze wells and shut down water treatment plants across the state. Roughly 13 million Texans were told to boil water for … [Read more...]

Resources to give facts a fighting chance against misinformation

Skeptical Science - Author's note: This blog post is a repost from SAP Community where I published it as a follow up to a 30 minute online session during which I had a chance to share some resources to combat misinformation. The content is relevant for any (scientific) topic not just climate science and is therefore a bit more far-ranging in nature than usual. After the 7th Coffee Corner Meet-Up where I was happy to host the break-out room to share some information and resources of how to tackle … [Read more...]

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #49, 2020

Skeptical Science - No bloviation? Because we've had an unusually large number of articles come in, this week's New Research has bumped up against a length limit. Hence readers will be either deeply saddened or entirely delighted to miss the usual article highlight and "editorial remarks." 153 Articles [We regret to say that after last week's mangling problem with URLs, the AMS is AWOL entirely for this week, with the AMS RSS feed not showing recent entries. Meanwhile, AGU is back.] Physical … [Read more...]

Denial and Alarmism in the Near-Term Extinction and Collapse Debate

RealClimate - Guest article by Alastair McIntosh,  honorary professor in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. This is an excerpt from his new book, Riders on the Storm: The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being Mostly, we only know what we think we know about climate science because of the climate science. I have had many run-ins with denialists, contrarians or climate change dismissives as they are variously called. Over the past two years … [Read more...]

New studies confirm weakening of the Gulf Stream circulation (AMOC)

RealClimate - Many of the earlier predictions of climate research have now become reality. The world is getting warmer, sea levels are rising faster and faster, and more frequent heat waves, extreme rainfall, devastating wildfires and more severe tropical storms are affecting many millions of people. Now there is growing evidence that another climate forecast is already coming true: the Gulf Stream system in the Atlantic is apparently weakening, with consequences for Europe too. The … [Read more...]