Misconceptions circulating during hurricane season are nothing new. Here are five common beliefs surrounding hurricane preparations that have proven to be false.
Fueling the tremendous threat of wildfires raging in parts of the United States each year is the growing concern for adverse health effects resulting from smoke exposure.
While temperatures tumble in autumn across parts of the United States, water in the Atlantic Ocean often remains warm enough to support hurricanes.
Figuring out the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint may seem tricky without knowing where to begin. However, making a few changes can dramatically impact the environment.
After a major storm or natural disaster sweeps through an area, potentially damaging your home and littering your yard with debris, there are ways to ensure that the cleanup process is environmentally friendly.
Severe storms can cause a variety of electrical safety hazards. Unfortunately, many electrical safety hazards remain long after the storm has passed, even if the power is out in that area.
Instead of raking leaves into bags headed for the landfill, experts say fallen leaves can stay put, and with a little preparation, become a natural renewable resource that creates the perfect soil to grow new vegetation.
Follow these essential steps to minimize a hurricane’s damage to your property and valuables.