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America’s Cleanest and Dirtiest Energy States

America’s Cleanest and Dirtiest Energy States

  This post originally appeared on Modernize.com where you can find comprehensive solar information from industry experts. America’s energy policy has been the subject of recent debate: From the Pope’s public advocacy of environmental stewardship to the EPA’s toughened regulations on pollution from petroleum refineries, the sources that power our society have rarely been so widely scrutinized. Once …

10 Ideas for Saving Energy at Home

This is an article by Tim Smith If you’re like me, you’ve made a new year’s resolution to save money. One of the easiest ways to do that is to start at home with your energy usage. Cutting down on your utility bill can save you money every month that you can put towards a …

Oregon Extends its Clean Fuels Act

This is an article from Gemma Renton At the end of February 2015, a significant and important decision was made by the Oregon State Senate. The State’s Clean Fuels Act, which was originally passed in 2009 and was due to expire in 2015 has been extended, meaning its 2015 expiration date no longer applies. This …

Welcome to a fantastic New Year!

We are very excited about 2015, and all the changes here at ecoShuttle!  The last six months have been busy for us. We have finally found a perfect new location, we’ve expanded our fleet and added new staff. The demand for eco-friendly transportation is increasing, and we are working hard to keep up with the demand! August …

Holiday Gift Ideas

Happy Friday Blog Readers! The cold wintery season is certainly upon us. Hopefully everyone is staying warm and safe. I love the holiday season, but, if you’re anything like me, you’re scrambling around like a crazy person trying to find gifts for loved ones. I have found that shopping for parents is never easy. But …

Saying I do in eco-friendly way

by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JONATHAN HOUSE – Terri Spaeth-Merrick of Embellish Design helps fit a wedding dress for soon-to-be bride Beth French. Speth-Merrick uses sustainable fabrics for her dresses. There is perhaps no U.S. city greener than Portland. …

Summer is going too fast!

Happy Friday Blog Readers! I hope summer is treating you well! As far as I am concerned, the summer is going a little too fast. The upside, however, is that football season is nearly upon us (though my girlfriend would probably disagree that that is an upside). …

Our Plans to Cut Greenhouse Gases

Greetings Blog Readers, I hope you are having a great week so far. We here at ecoShuttle are having a great week, and this is partly because we were quite pleased to hear President Obama outlining his plan to reduce carbon emissions. …
5 Reasons to ride with ecoShuttle

5 Reasons to ride with ecoShuttle

  5 Reasons to Book a Charter with ecoShuttle this summer: …

In with the new, out with the old!

Hi Blog Readers, The ecoShuttle Blog has taken an extended hiatus due to the fact that we’ve been very busy! We have updated our fleet with some new additions, while some of our old standbys have sadly been retired. One such bus, known fondly as the 17-passenger, has said its last goodbyes after nearly 5 …

Another Contest Winner!

Hello Blog Readers, Happy Thanksgiving! I always get very excited about Thanksgiving, as it is my favorite holiday. I was browsing ways to save a little money this Thanksgiving, when I came across this fantastic list of ways to make Thanksgiving more cost-effective and more sustainable as well! …

The Post-Election Blog

Happy Friday Blog Readers, I’m sure everyone is happy to hear that the election is now over. I for one was happy to hear President Obama finally mention climate change while he was delivering his victory speech Tuesday evening. For some reason, climate change has become a partisan issue. This has not always been the …
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