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Millionaires surge in Md., Va. By: Hayley Peterson Examiner Staff October 4, 2010 Nearly seven Maryland households in every 100 and six of every 100 Virginia households have liquid assets of more than a million dollars as the rising market for stocks and bonds has restored lost wealth. The number...
10/06/2010
We are excited to have entered into Loudoun County's Going Green Challenge, to recognize the office that is most "green".  There is a scoreboard which tallies your points for various things such as energy audits in the office, and using mugs and dishware instead of disposable plates and utensils ...
09/29/2010
Stinkbugs on the March - My FoxDC Updated: Thursday, 23 Sep 2010, 10:12 AM CDTPublished : Thursday, 23 Sep 2010, 10:12 AM CDT (CANVAS STAFF REPORTS) - Stinkbugs are on the march, and experts warn they may end up being your unwanted house pests this winter. They aren't harmful, but they do live up...
09/27/2010
Habitat for Humanity of Washington DC has a great website at dchabitat.org.  Their mission statement reads: to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness in the nation's capital by building affordable, energy- and resource-efficient homes for people in need.  There are ways you can help by volunt...
09/21/2010
Last August, when state energy regulators in California green-lighted the first large-scale solar thermal power plant in two decades, they kicked off what renewable energy backers said would be a solar boom, bringing jobs and revenue to the fiscally troubled state. The California Energy Commissio...
09/10/2010
By David Roth How does a Depression-era skyscraper go green? For the Empire State Building, which is in the middle of $550 million renovation that includes about $100 million in energy-efficient upgrades, all 6,514 windows must be replaced. And that's no easy task. As The Journal's Anton Troianov...
09/01/2010
1.       Denmark is able to provide 1/3rd of their energy supply for the entire country from wind turbines. These are placed in small groups off the coast.2.      Major investments are made in the use of solar power. Denmark has one of the largest solar power stations in Europe.3.       All new b...
08/24/2010
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Here is the impact of our buildings on energy consumption, CO2 emissions, and the like:   Share of total energy used by buildings: 39% Share of electricity sued by buildings: 68% Share of carbon-dioxide emissions caused by buildings: 40% Share of raw materials used in buildings: 30% Share of non-...
08/03/2010
Going green is taking over households and businesses as homeowners and companies are trying to save money, and create a healthier environment.  The good news is everyone can take part, and using the following small tips can create a big change! 1.  Use compact fluorescent light bulbs.  They use a...
07/28/2010
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With our new company name, Real Living Evergreene Properties, our office is under construction and we are making some changes both with our approach to business, and the design of our office!   Red is our company color, so we have introduced some items to our office to make it more 'red'.  We are...
07/20/2010
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