Judge fines California couple $600K for felling ancient oak tree

A couple from Sonoma, California, has been fined almost $600,000 for uprooting an almost two-century-old oak tree from their property. The couple, named as Peter and Toni Thompson, were sued by the Sonoma Land Trust for felling the ancient tree and other vegetation on their propert despite it being protected under a conservation easement, USA

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A Look at Green Energy Sources for the Home

Since the earth’s finite natural energy sources are rapidly depleting, it is now time to look for new means of providing energy for our homes. Luckily, various renewable energy sources have been developed, and we can now use green energy solutions in our homes. In case you have not already, it’s time to catch up on the basics of renewable energy.

Hersha Hospitality Partners with Clean the World

Hersha Hospitality, a property management company that operates nearly 80 of the leading market hotels in the US, has partnered with Clean the World and pledged to donate 1 million bars of recycled soap and 500,000 bottles of recycled shampoo, gels, and lotions to children and families in need across the globe.

SolarCity and Citi Team Up to Fund Home Solar

SolarCity, America’s number one solar service provider, teams up with Citi, “America’s Greenest Bank”, in establishing a fund of $40 million in new residential solar projects for 2011. This first of their collaborations offers homeowners a unique opportunity to switch to solar.

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