The Energy-efficient Flight of The Wandering Albatross

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BIRDS that soar can stay airborne with minimum effort. The wandering albatross is an outstanding example. With a wingspan of 11 feet (3.4 m) and weighing nearly 20 pounds (8.5 kg), this bird can fly thousands of miles using very little energy! Its secret lies in both its anatomy and its soaring technique.


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Heat Pump Maintenance: Do It Anytime, Reap Its Benefits

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Performing heat pump maintenance allows you to improve energy efficiency in your home.


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Five Steps to a Greener Business

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Five steps to a greener business.


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Small Biz Can (And Should) Lead The Way to a Greener Future

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Small biz can (and should) lead the way to a greener future.


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This Terms of Buildings That are Energy Efficient

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Climate change issues, one of which is triggered by the use of fossil energy has encouraged various parties, particularly the energy users to make various efforts, including by reducing fossil energy use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


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Three Ways to Decrease Your Environmental Footprint (Without Leaving Home)

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How to save the environment while being a couch potato.


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Why are Crocodiles Successful!

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Crocodiles are one of the very rare predators who have ruled our planet for millions of years, without much change in their primitive shape. Others in the group would include sharks, coelacanth, snakes and lizards. The anatomy of the crocodile, their thinking abilities and hunting strategies has made them the rulers of waters.


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