You hear about eco-friendly cars and new recycling programmes all the time but have you even considered whether your dentist is doing his or her bit to save the environment? In recent years, a growing number of dental practices have adopted a greener approach and more and more dentists are getting on board in the quest to go green. But what can your local dentist do to be more eco friendly?
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
As more Americans are becoming aware of sustainability and protecting the environment, more people are finding new ways to “go green.” If you live in an old home or own an old building and are trying to make it more energy efficient, safe and sustainable, looking at replacing asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) is probably a good idea.
We shouldn’t just celebrate Earth for one hour or one day, we should celebrate it every day. The community of Serenbe does just that. Serenbe is also the home of the HGTV Green Home 2012.
URGENT CALL to ALL Green readers – Sign this NRDC petition today to help save the Utah Redrock wilderness from being auctioned off by US President George W. Bush tomorrow.
The auto industry in the US needs to start making radical changes to stay competitive lithium-ion batteries in the cars might be a route they choose to take, combining battery life technological advances with gas efficient advances might be their key to making the most of the bail out.
Here’s a one stop reference on labeling that should help you on your quest to find and encorperate more green into your lifestyle!
The Mass Audubon Society is teaming up with the Mayor’s Office in Boston Massachusetts to bring the Lights Out program to Boston to help save energy and migrating birds.