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Updated on January 19, 2015
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Chazz is an Interior Decorator/Consultant/Retailer, amateur photographer, cook, gardener, handyman, currently restoring an 1880 Victorian.

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Green Living, Green Home Decorating & Green Gardening Articles

We've assembled our growing (no pun intended) list of ecology-related articles here for your convenience. You will find our pages about gardening, green living, eco-friendly interior decorating, and similar eco-conscious topics here.

We've also included some of what we think are the best films on the planet earth about this important topic and a survey for you to cast your vote for what you think is the most critical environmental issue facing us today. Plus a Forum to debate one of today's hottest (no pun intended) issues: Global Warming.

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Enjoy an ongoing source of Green Living Ideas and DIY Strategies that help Save the Environment while also Saving you Money.

We've always got a few new Green Living pages in progress and regularly add to this page, so don't forget to bookmark it or follow us on facebook, twitter, google+, or pinterest for the latest updates.

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If you are interested in organic gardening, consider native and antique plants. They are often healthier and hardier than modern hybrids - after all, they've survived for 100 or more years because, in part, of disease resistance without chemical sprays. They are also unusual and beautiful, often with incredible scents and forms rarely seen today.

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Where do YOU Stand? Is Global Warming a Real Threat or a Pseudo-Scare? - Hyperbole or hypothermia?

Do you think the dire predictions for the planet about the effects of global warming are real or merely scare-tactics? How concerned are you about it? What worries you the most? Or what do you think is the biggest lie about this hot issue?

Have your voice heard

Where do you stand on one of the most important controversies of the day?

Join the heated debate or post a cool comment.

Is Global Warming Fact or Fiction?

Global Warming is a Scientific Fact with Dire Consequences

Global Warming is a Scientific Fact with Dire Consequences

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    • Deadicated LM 4 years ago

      I don't see how people can continue to deny it; the storms are getting worse, Lower Manhattan had over 13 feet of water in places (and it's not the first time thee has been bad flooding down there). Many will not get further insurance coverage unless the issue is addressed. The South Street Seaport and surrounding area was hit so hard that the soundness of the structure is in question. Many of my friends in Lower Manhattan, New Jersey Shore, Long Island and Staten Island (and all coastal areas) lost everything. Not to mention the fact that in about 20 years, there will no longer be a Glacier State Park in Montana. Scary.

    • Bestbuyguide 4 years ago

      I believe there is Global warming but I believe it is a natural cycle and there is little to do to stop it. Doesn't stop people making money from it though!

    • Entrance Mats 4 years ago

      Global temperature is increasing... If I had to pick a side, I'd go with "Fact"-- though I am also interested and open-minded to the "natural climate change" argument as well...

    • Anthony Altorenna 5 years ago from Connecticut

      There's no doubt that the global temperatures are increasing. What remains in the balance is the impact on the planet and its inhabitants. If the past is any indication, it's gonna be a rough ride.

    • E L Seaton 5 years ago from Virginia

      At a minimum ahmmmmm, it is apparently "An inconvenient truth" to some. I think we influence the environment to be totally frank.

    • AlphaChic 5 years ago

      Where I live, the plants started budding in January, whereas it usually occurs in April. I think the consequences may actually be more dire and come sooner than expected.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I worked with scientists at Gulf Oil's Research Center who were talking about global warming in 1976. It's old science. The people in the oil companies have known about it for a long time.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I feel the affects of global warming are real. I am trying to do my part to ensure a long and health plant long after I'm gone.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Not only fact, but scarier than fiction.

    • AbhinavB LM 6 years ago

      I agree that Global warming is a potential threat and scientific facts are also available for it.

    • Laraine Sims 6 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      The specter of global warming, may cause increased desertification and more extreme weather, and it comes as no surprise that many informed people are jittery about tomorrow. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which sets the so-called Doomsday Clock, expressed fears of a bleak future as scientists continue to observe cascading effects of global warming on Earths complex ecosystems.

    • Karnel 6 years ago from Lower Mainland of BC

      Definitely a fact

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Fact for sure!!!

    There is no Proof that Global Warming is a Threat

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      • Wednesday-Elf 4 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

        Global warming does have some effect on our planet, but I do believe that 'climate change' is cyclic and the current 'weather' events are just part of a normal cycle as it has been for thousands of years. I don't see it as the 'threat' that some believe it is. But I do think we should be as 'green' as possible and be aware of the ecological disasters humans can and do produce, including weather.

      The Greening of House and Home

      A Potpourri of Eco-Conscious Interior Decorating Lenses

      Eco-friendly Home Décor can contribute a lot to a healthy, green home and lifestyle. From recycling and re-using existing items to products such as home decorating fabrics made from sustainable resources, it is critical to become an informed consumer.

      What Else Can You Do? - Watch a Documentary with Friends

      Left to right: GMO OMG, Unacceptable Levels, An Inconvenient Truth, Genetic Roulette. Not shown but also recommended: Tapped, Food Inc., Last Call at The Oasis, More Than Honey. See these and others for 30 days with Free Trial from
      Left to right: GMO OMG, Unacceptable Levels, An Inconvenient Truth, Genetic Roulette. Not shown but also recommended: Tapped, Food Inc., Last Call at The Oasis, More Than Honey. See these and others for 30 days with Free Trial from | Source
      The Day After Tomorrow and Erin Brockovich DVDs to borrow, rent, or stream
      The Day After Tomorrow and Erin Brockovich DVDs to borrow, rent, or stream

      Or Share a Riveting Eco-Drama

      The Day After Tomorrow, starrring Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal, is an action packed film centered on the unexpectedly rapid effects of climate change. Worth watching for the special effects alone, but includes suspense, humor, relationships, and more.

      Based on a true story, Erin Brockovich is the story of one woman's victory over a multi-billion-dollar corporation that has destroyed her town's water. A tour de force performance by Julia Roberts in a very powerful film.

      Borrow them from your local library, Buy them on DVD, or Stream with Amazon Prime Membership or Free 30-day trial

      More Environmental Documentaries You Should See - We've posted the trailers here for your convenience

      Teach Your Kids & Have Fun - Watching A Meaningfully Green Age-Appropriate Fantasy Film

      Here are some trailers to help you decide which one to watch first.

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          Wednesday-Elf 4 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

          Thanks for this terrific list of resources for 'green' living.

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          lillianjuares 5 years ago

          This is my first time i visit here, Awesome Tips! Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, i give you a like :)

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          AlphaChic 5 years ago

          I wanted to say in your duel poll that there is enough data to show global warming exists that I suspect many who don't think it is true have their own agenda for spreading propaganda. I know this doesn't cover everyone, but I think it applies to a majority of those denying global warming. I am truly concerned and want to thank you for writing this lens to remind us of this global problem.

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          Chazz 6 years ago from New York

          Don't know what the problem is with the debate - will file a bug report and hope it works soon. Please try it again in a few days.

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          Laraine Sims 6 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

          I tried to leave a comment in your debate .. didn't take .. not sure what happened. I enjoyed reading this lens and I have lensrolled it to my Stain Lens.

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          TapIn2U 6 years ago

          It's always inspiring to see lenses dedicated to preserving the planet such as this one. To care for Mother Earth should be our top priority. Fantastic lens! Hey, I just published my fourth lens called the 3 Shortcuts to Happiness and would love to know what you think of it. Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated. Blessings! Sundae ;-)

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          Karnel 6 years ago from Lower Mainland of BC

          I watched the movie food inc and it sure changed the way we eat and shop, we only buy local produce from our own farmers market...Great lens!!!