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Although It’s Been Cold We’re Getting Hotter

Whether you believe climate change is a planetary or man-made phenomenon, it’s hard to refute that our world is getting hotter. Even though much of the nation has suffered through a harsh winter, the global thermostat continued to set records … Continue reading

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Carbon Neutral Housing—Meeting Climate Change Challenges

The Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association (CIMA) has joined forces with the Engineered Wood Association (APA) to bring forward the next generation of residential construction—Carbon Neutral Housing—with the Carbon Challenge. Carbon emissions continue to be at the forefront of the climate … Continue reading

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Does the UK have the right idea about insulation?

In a recent article from the BBC, it was announced by Prime Minister Gordon Brown that people would be able to receive free or half priced insulation for their homes.  The program (or programme for our English friends) involves providing … Continue reading

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