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Conserve Energy, Recycle, Go Green! Congrats to An Inconvenient Truth!

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Last night during the Academy Awards, Vice-President Al Gore and his team of filmmakers won an Oscar for An Inconvenient Truth, a documentary on the climate crisis occuring here on good old planet earth. In doing my part, I will pass on some links, with tons of helpful hints to educate you on becoming a [...] View the full article: Conserve Energy, Recycle, Go Green! Congrats to An Inconvenient Truth! on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    PaxBayArea.com
    Replied over 12 years ago
    This article sounds more sincere than Mr. Gore….whose mansion in Tennessee has been consistently leaving bigger and bigger and bigger carbon footprints since he made his movie telling the world how we all need to do our part to save the planet. The numbers in this report from the Tennesee Policy Center for Research are truly staggering regarding his extravagant $30,000 a year utility bills for his house. http://www.tennesseepolicy.org/main/article.php?article_id=367 Thank goodness you are doing your part (and encouraging the rest of us to as well) because Mr. Gore definitely doesn’t practice what he makes a whole lot of money preaching.
    PaxBayArea.com
    Replied over 12 years ago
    This article sounds more sincere than Mr. Gore….whose mansion in Tennessee has been consistently leaving bigger and bigger and bigger carbon footprints since he made his movie telling the world how we all need to do our part to save the planet. The numbers in this report from the Tennesee Policy Center for Research are truly staggering regarding his extravagant $30,000 a year utility bills for his house. http://www.tennesseepolicy.org/main/article.php?article_id=367 Thank goodness you are doing your part (and encouraging the rest of us to as well) because Mr. Gore definitely doesn’t practice what he makes a whole lot of money preaching.
    SGilles
    Replied almost 9 years ago
    I feel the biggest reason that business decide to go “green” is because after initial costs, there are many savings to be claimed! For instance, I recently learned about this company: RPP Containers is a company that buys used and scrap bulk containers and resells them refurbished, or grinds and creates new, environmentally-friendly containers called DuraGreen. It’s really a win, win situation for both selling and buying. Their URLS: http://www.rppcontainers.com http://www.usedbulkcontainers.com http://www.bulkcontainerrecycling.com I don’t understand why companies do not do this more …