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Save Energy and Live Smarter With Nest’s New Thermostat E

by Matt
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Nest has been making waves as of late with their sleek line of home security and “Internet-of-things” devices, such as cameras and smoke detectors. Though already well received, their thermostat has been upgraded, and it’s already flying off the shelves. Energy Saving Technology Why are Nest’s products worth a mention? At their heart is home comfort and energy efficiency. The new Nest Thermostat E will actually reduce your energy usage when you aren’t home. Americans lose hundreds of dollars a year in energy that they use while they are either not home or not using specific devices. Nest is trying […]

Meatless Fast Food a Reality? This Chain is Paving the Way

by Matt
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Amy’s Kitchen has become something of a household name in the vegan community, but did you know that they have a drive-thru restaurant too? Unfortunately, their meatless delights aren’t found on the East Coast, as their only location right now is in California. But it looks like that might change. Talk of expanding into a chain has heated up, as plans to build a second drive-thru in Marin County, California has been garnering some attention in the news recently. It was discovered that their is definitely intent on expanding into a full chain, though their business as a whole is […]

Oregon and Montana Forest Fire Widespread Destruction – What This Means for the Environment

by Matt
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It’s been an arduous process over the past few months trying to keep up with the news. It seems like either war is brewing, another city is flooding, or the White House is experiencing another round of turmoil. It’s easy to get discouraged, but don’t. Even as Hurricane Irma is stealing the news (especially for us on the East Coast), gigantic fires are raging all over the United States, even in places that rarely experience forest fires of this magnitude. The events unfolding in Montana at the moment are being called an environmental crisis, and Governor Steve Bullock has declared […]

Talk of Gas Shortages in Texas Proves Once Again Why We Need Better Fuel Alternatives

by Matt
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As the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey unfolds and we get a clearer picture of the devastation left behind, one issue that’s emerging is that of gas shortages. As of yesterday, several news outlets have begun to report that extreme price gouging and massive lines are just some of the problems cropping up. This is compounded all the more because as the flood waters recede, more and more people are going to want to travel back into the affected parts of Houston, where inevitably there will be no functional gas stations whatsoever. The shortages around the outlaying areas of Houston are […]