Environment

Green Real Estate’s Growth In Popularity

Environmentalism is getting more popular each day, and it’s getting easier to go green in a home. The demand for those green components is increasing, so green real estate is rapidly turning into a sound investment. There are lots of different ways to build green and doing so offers an excellent opportunity to invest in the future of real estate. Experts like Than Merrill of the real estate investment company Fortunebuilders has said it can lead to quicker turnarounds on real estate sales.

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Good News for Florida’s Sophisticated Shoppers

Miami designer boutiques are filled with beautiful items with which to fill your home and closet. If you love texture, pattern, color and most importantly, quality, the Miami Design District offers those things and much more.

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Travel OK to high-elevation cities in Zika countries, CDC says

The U.S. government revised its Zika travel warnings Friday, saying it’s OK for pregnant women to travel to Mexico City and other places at high elevation in outbreak regions. The kind of mosquito that spreads the Zika virus is rare at higher elevations because of the lack of humidity and other conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Infections from Zika or the related dengue virus haven’t been seen...

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Growing Communities: A Stroll in the Park

Growing Communities was launched in 2001 as a public-private partnership between Dart Cayman Islands, which is owned by Ken Dart http://www.growingcommunities.ky/about/growing-communities/ken-dart-core-values/, and the Cayman Islands Government. Over the years, Growing Communities has built a total of five district parks and developed and restored six more public parks on Grand Cayman. The inspiration behind Growing Communities is Ken Dart’s...

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For the Love of Dogs

Be a passive participant-voice your concern.  Many celebrities such as actress Natalie Portman and businessman and Harvard alum Andrew Farkas donate money and are vocal about animal rights.

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Truth about Reusable Grocery Bags

Los Angeles is the latest American city to ban the use of single-use plastic grocery bags, but experts say their most common replacements—paper and reusable bags—come with environmental and financial costs of their own.

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