We all have habits, some good and some bad. When it comes to conservation and the environment, often times we have many more bad habits than good. Although this list may seem like not a big deal to you, think about if everyone in the world did the same as you? Wasted resources, polluted the […]
When it comes to the environment, few things are as notoriously harmful as vehicles. Famous for their carbon emissions, the move to a greener method of transportation has been a long term goal for many people. Now, with discussions of fully electric vehicles and driverless cars, much of this technology seems to be at the […]
When all your gadgets, school supplies, mini fridge and other collegiate essentials are confined to a 230-square-foot dorm, converting this limited space into an eco-friendly hangout might be the least of your concerns. Not to mention that juggling a hectic academic schedule, active social calendar and shoestring budget doesn’t leave much latitude for environmental consciousness. […]
In the world of growing pollution and increasingly hazardous greenhouse gases, thinking green is not enough – you have to act green too if you want to help save the planet. As the quantities of toxic waste keep increasing and innovative sustainable technologies are becoming a widespread trend, eco-friendly activism has become an obligation for […]
Most of us grew up with the notion of protecting the environment by recycling. Recycling can lower the amount of unsustainable raw materials used to manufacture products. This helps bring down the amount of waste filling up landfills and the consumption of valuable resources. Below are some fun recycling ideas to help you get started […]
Today we hear a lot about the need to reduce carbon emissions, recycle our waste products, and improve sustainability to improve our planet. So why are some businesses still so unwilling to implement green policies and remain slow when it comes to introducing recycling schemes? The reason for this tends to be financial – […]
Summer Time is here! And that means there is now freetime to make all of those eco-friendly crafts you’ve been meaning to make, but haven’t had time. Here’s are my 10 favorite crafts sorted by difficulty.
We hope everyone had a spooky, but safe Halloween. Now that your kid’s have finally stopped bouncing off the walls, what do you do with the non-eaten candy your kids brought home or the leftover candy you didn’t hand out?
American Business and the movements needed to make in 2013: recycling, supporting domestic food and products.
You may have already heard of these 16 stamps issued by the U.S. Postal Service. These stamps feature tips on how Americans can “go green,” but have you really looked at them? Some tips are ones that most of us already know and implement into our daily lives