Beth is a freelance copy writer and environmental blogger living in Colorado. She has an M.S. in Public Communication and Technology from Colorado State University, and is passionate about inspiring people to live and laugh more sustainably. Follow her on Twitter as @ecosphericblog
By Beth Buczynski on April 12, 2012
A new version of Cash for Clunkers” gives a nice tax deduction and helps plant trees in communities affected by natural disaster.
By Beth Buczynski on June 29, 2011
With solar leasing and large, remote installations on the rise, some companies feel the potential for theft is great enough to prompt the creation of a specialized security product.
By Beth Buczynski on November 12, 2010
Bord na Mona once harvested peat on an industrial scale, employing 12,000 in the barren Irish midlands, but now the company’s dependence on a dwindling resource has taken its toll.
By Beth Buczynski on October 30, 2010
The decision supports the current push to build strong, modern infrastructure, while also making cities more livable, protecting the environment and reducing dependence on foreign oil.
By Beth Buczynski on July 12, 2010
Funded in part by grants from the United Soybean Board, Ford researchers have found that by using renewable soy oil as a 25 percent replacement for petroleum oil, they can more than double rubber’s stretchability and reduce its environmental impact.