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Top 7 ways to cut household emissions

As human population continues to grow, we continue to burn dwindling fossil fuel supplies in order to keep up with our increasing power demands, harming our environment with carbon emissions in the process.

Below are few easy ways to cut your household emissions.

1. Cooling

Around 40% of Malaysian households’ electricity consumption goes into keeping homes cool. Setting the air-conditioning temperature no lower than 24 degrees Celsius, restricting the amount of time it is used in a day and using fans instead whenever the heat is more tolerable.

2. Lighting

Cut down on electricity consumption by using fewer light sources, switching off lights that are not in use, relying on sunlight to illuminate rooms in the daytime and switching from incandescent to energy-saving fluorescent bulbs to ...

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3 Malaysian SuperFruits


The citric acid present in lime juice can helps to detoxify your body and speed up your metabolism (it will helps you to lose weight).

Drinking a glass of cold filtered water with lemon juice is a great way to start your day. Limes are a great source of vitamin C which helps boost your immune system.

So the next time you are at a ‘mamak’, order a ‘limau ais kosong’ instead of a ‘teh tarik’ for a much healthier choice.



Bromelain enzyme found in the pineapples juice has been used medicinally since ancient times to help reduce inflammation, slow blood clotting and even enhance the absorption of antibiotics. Bromelain also can be used to control the growth of tumours and malignant cells.

Pineapple not only delicious to eat on a sweltering day but it is also known fo...

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Jul-Sep 2010

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Bringing Green into the Lives of Children through Hands-on Experiences
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Green: Greenest man on the planet
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By tehsc
My visit to the Kansai Science City has been an eye-opener as to what can be done ...

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