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A Canadian photographer who built his 104-square-foot tiny house with his own hands says he ‘house-hacked’ his way into ‘living for free’

By Anne workforce / December 23, 2018

Mackenzie Duncan A “tiny house” typically ranges from 100 to 400 square feet, less than a sixth of the size of an average house. Canadian photographer Mackenzie Duncan lives in a tiny house on Vancouver Island. He lives by a zero-waste philosophy, owns four plates, and doesn’t have a TV.   As real estate prices […]

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3 Empowering Small Business Tips for Today, 2019, and a Better Future

By Anne workforce / November 27, 2018

Posted by MiriamEllis “American business is overwhelmingly small business.” – SBE Council Small businesses have created 61.8% of net new jobs in the US since the early 1990s. Local business is big business. Let’s celebrate this in honor of Small Business Saturday with 3 strategies that will support independent business owners this week, and in […]

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7 places you can’t find on Google Maps

By Anne workforce / October 27, 2018

RAW Embed Google Maps is one of the most amazing pieces of technology to come out of Silicon Valley. You can explore the entire world without ever leaving the comfort of your living room. However, there are a few places on Earth that Google won’t let you see.   See Also: A cybersecurity expert showed […]

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The rise of renewable energy will change everything

By Anne workforce / October 19, 2018

Ad Content from AT&T An electric vehicle cruising down the highway, a solar panel installed on a neighbor’s rooftop, a wind turbine turning in the breeze: These are just a few of the powerful symbols that represent the blossoming renewable energy economy There’s little doubt that the world is on the cusp of a new […]

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California kicks its climate change fight into overdrive while Trump looks the other way

By Anne workforce / August 31, 2018

REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia California is kicking its climate change fight into overdrive by passing a bill requiring 100% of its energy to come from carbon-free sources by 2045. The move represents the latest in the state’s ideological differences with President Donald Trump regarding environmental regulation. While Trump campaigned that he would reinvigorate the nation’s coal industry, […]

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What you need to know about NASA’s mission to touch the sun

By Anne workforce / August 12, 2018

A NASA probe is about to launch on a mission to the sun in the name of protecting the Earth. On Saturday, the space agency’s Parker Solar Probe is expected to launch to orbit, beginning its long and winding journey that will eventually allow humanity to touch our nearest star for the first time. SEE […]

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