Brittany Williams

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8 Cubicle-Friendly Plants to Green Your Workspace

Brittany Williams | Sep 18, 2015

Houseplants add more than a little green to your immediate surroundings. Read More

8 Cubicle-Friendly Plants to Green Your Workspace

Brittany Williams | Sep 18, 2015

Houseplants add more than a little green to your immediate surroundings. Read More

7 Ways to Go Green this Fall

Brittany Williams | Oct 13, 2014

The leaves in your yard might be transforming into fiery red, blazing orange and electric yellow, but that doesn't mean there's not a little room for green in your life this fall. Read More

4 Reasons to Try Foodscaping Your Lawn

Brittany Williams | Oct 1, 2014

If you're tired of dragging out your lawn mower to spend your Saturday morning sweating over your lawn, it might be time to try foodscaping. Read More

Ditch the Car and Save $10,000 per Year

Brittany Williams | Sep 24, 2014

Although the price of gasoline rises and falls, it's remained constantly high in the past few years. Read More

Dirty Energy Generation Could Cause Water Crisis by 2030

Brittany Williams | Sep 22, 2014

If something doesn't change about the way we rapidly consume water, the world could be in a serious crisis in as little as 16 years, according to a study by CNA Corporation. Read More

3 Easy Ways to Recycle Your Old Cell Phone

Brittany Williams | Sep 17, 2014

Chances are you have at least one outdated cellphone sitting in a junk drawer. Read More

10 Tips to Green Your Garden

Brittany Williams | Sep 3, 2014

Are you ready to exercise your green thumb in the garden? Read More

Football Stadium Transforms Food Waste to Fuel

Brittany Williams | Sep 1, 2014

There's nothing quite like the thrill of a good football game, complete with roaring crowds, great friends and a cold beer in your hands. Read More

Learn About Hydroelectric Power

Brittany Williams | Aug 25, 2014

Although solar and wind energy are the most prominent forms of renewable energy generation, hydroelectric power, which uses moving water to generate energy, is one of the oldest. Read More