List of research links!

Off-Grid Living
Oct 8, 2015 · 2 min read

Hello folks! In our recent articles, we have talked a lot about alternate sites for you to find ideas and ways to go greener. Well, now it’s not all talk! Below is a list of links we ourselves have used both for research and personal improvement. We hope you will find them as useful as we did!

Every link will have a short description to give you an idea what it is about. All thanks go to the creators of the content listed below.

https://www.allianz.com/en/about_us/knowledge/topics/environment/articles/140912-fifteen-sources-of-greenhouse-gases.html/
A list of the fifteen highest sources of greenhouse gases in the world today. Very useful for finding out what parts of your home and daily life does most damage to the enviroment!

http://cleantechnica.com/2014/02/04/current-cost-solar-panels/
A guide to the current costs of solar panels. While the link is already a year old, the price has seemingly not changed in the area. However, we suggest looking further into it yourself, if you’re curious!

http://www.renewable-energysources.com/
A detailed description of each renewable energysource, with indepth descriptions of the pros and cons, aswell as general costs.

http://eartheasy.com/grow_compost.html
An easy guide on how to “grow” compost. We find it to be a nicely descriptive guide and we hope you will think so too!

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/the-great-debate-cloth-or-paper-towels-219638
A webdebate on whatever cloth or papertowels are better for the enviroment. We will leave it up to you readers to decide what you prefer!

http://greenlivingideas.com/
Ideas on how to live greener in your daily life, without having to change your lifestyle completely.

http://www.nature.org/greenliving/
Green living is a website detailing ways to make your life greener. In our opinion it makes a very good job of it, and we recommend giving it a look!

http://noimpactman.typepad.com/
This is a blog written by the famous “No Impact Man”. It details the adventure he and his family went through as they tried to live green for a year. This meant no electricity or disposable items. If you don’t feel like reading, there is also a documentary about him on Netflix and other sites.

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