Increasing energy efficiency in your Arlington, VA home

March 1, 2015 Alexander G. Chamandy Arlingtonenergygreensustainability

As a longtime resident of Arlington, Virginia who is passionate about sustainability, I’ve undertaken many projects to increase the energy efficiency of my home.  Many of the homes in Arlington, including mine, are older and need extra care and attention to improve their energy efficiency. Through some straightforward analysis Arlington home owners can determine which investments make […]


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We Become Silent (video)

January 9, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy foodgreenhealth and wellness

The freedom of individuals to pursue healthy eating habits, obtain natural supplements and seek alternatives to expensive and often ineffective modern medicine is being curtailed by nefarious regulations and deceptive trade practices. This documentary, “We Become Silent” is the best summary of the current situation I’ve discovered to date.


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Coal power: The dirtiest form of energy

January 7, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy energygreensustainability

Coal power is the source of over 50% of all electricity in the United States. It is an abundant resource and it has been used since the 18th century. Back then not many people knew that it was to devastating for the environment.


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Waste = Food (video)

January 6, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy eventsgreensustainability

Waste = Food is a powerful video documentary about the future of sustainable industry. It features pioneers who are helping to shape a greener, brighter future for the world.


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Sustainability: Why it’s so important today

January 6, 2010 Alexander G. Chamandy economygreensustainability

Sustainability isn’t just a new buzz word being tossed around. Instead, it’s a key element of achieving success and maintaining a durable business or organization.


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Green: The new global paradigm

July 25, 2009 Alexander G. Chamandy green

I have long speculated that there will be a different kind of technical and industrial revolution coming. One that instead of furthering us away from the Earth, brings us closer to nature again. We must bridge the gap between humanity and the planet, for as it widens we become less aware of where we’ve come from.


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