By Adria Vasil

This hugely expected follow-up to the vastly profitable Ecoholic specializes in the house because the mainstay of sustainable dwelling.

Our resident Ecoholic involves the rescue back, providing reminders and the right way to hold your fortress (however humble) fresh, energy-efficient and fit. We spend rather a lot time at domestic — why now not make it a sustainable haven rather than a polluting, off-gassing cesspool? Ecoholic domestic addresses the fairway part of the industrial obstacle, and contains a source consultant for locating designers and contractors, and for renovating and purchasing green.

• cleansing: product comparisons, disposal reminders, laundry assistance
• Cooking: warding off Teflon, omitting Bisphenol A, lowering packaging
• Powering: eco-friendly strength (solar and geothermal), bundling (Bullfrog)
• keeping: dehumidifiers, lights thoughts, ice removers
• Renovating: paying for energy-efficient home equipment, picking environmentally pleasant development fabrics, insulating your home
• relocating: LEED-certified houses, “greening” your first house

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The other 10 percent, however, is in the Greenland ice sheet and mountain glaciers, which are more vulnerable to climate change. Now that the Greenland ice sheet has started to melt, we must ask, What if this trend continues? 2 miles) thick in some areas. 31 For the first time since civilization began, sea level has begun to rise at a measurable rate. It has become an indicator to watch, a trend that could force a human migration of almost unimaginable dimensions, and one that will shape the human prospect.

In China, 1,000 tons of water can be used to produce 1 ton of wheat, worth perhaps $200, or to expand industrial output by $14,000—70 times as much. In a country that is desperately seeking economic growth and the jobs it generates, the gain in diverting water from agriculture to industry is obvious. S. 67 Urbanization, industrialization, and ecosystem maintenance also expand the demand for water. As developing-country villagers, traditionally reliant on the village well, move to urban high-rise apartment buildings with indoor plumbing, their residential water use can easily triple.

Higher temperatures mean more evaporation. Water that goes up must come down. 32 More extreme weather events are of particular concern to countries in the hurricane or typhoon belt. Among those most directly affected by increased storm intensity are China, Japan, and the Philippines in the western Pacific, India and Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal, and the United States and the Central American and Caribbean countries in the western Atlantic. 38 ECO-ECONOMY Munich Re, which insures insurance companies, has maintained detailed, worldwide data on natural catastrophes—principally storms, floods, and earthquakes—over the last half-century.

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