11 Local, Modern Decorating Ideas for Christmas

The sky is twinkling with stars by 4:30pm, and the streets are slick with ice and snow. Indoors is the place to be this time of year. And oh, what a magical place it can be. Far from feeling oppressive, with the right hangings and foliage, the living room is our respite from the cold…

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Developed Countries Need to Step up on Energy Reform

Warsaw Climate Talks Opened this week In a disheartening report by the New York Times this morning, Japan declares it will not meet the reduced carbon emissions target it set for 2020, citing the Fukushima disaster of 2011. The country is currently using zero percent nuclear power, which had previously supplied around 30% of the…

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Tonatiuh Interested In Tax Rebates

Tax season is the perfect time to bring up some good news and excellent reasons to make sustainable upgrades to your residential properties.  Two related tax breaks, both products of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, are available to all property owners. The first – generically named the Residential Energy Property Credit –…

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