Summer Travel Long Road

Making Your Summer Travel a Little More Biofriendly...

As the unofficial start of the summer season begins Memorial Day weekend, it is likely you have already begun making plans for family vacations and summer travel. The days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are generally considered to be some of the busiest travel days of the year. Kids are off from school, parents
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National Bike Month: Biofriendly Benefits of Ridin...

May 5th, 2015

As May is National Bike Month, now is the perfect time to take a look at some of the biofriendly benefits of riding your... Read More

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Green Your Life Every Day: Earth Day 2015...

April 21st, 2015

While many people may consider Earth Day to be mostly symbolic in nature, Earth Day does have a purpose and does have its... Read More

water stream power

Renewable Energy: Is Water a Sustainable Source of...

April 13th, 2015

With California in its current state of drought, the idea of using water as a renewable energy source has many people in... Read More

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6 Ways to Reduce Your Driving Emissions...

April 2nd, 2015

Vehicle emissions are one of the primary contributors to the slew of harmful greenhouse gases responsible for bringing about our current state... Read More

Earth Hour

Earth Hour 2015: We Have the Power to Affect Clima...

March 23rd, 2015

Each year between 8:30 and 9:30pm local time on March 28th, millions of people take the time to show their commitment to protecting the earth and its people by participating in Earth Hour. Last year, the impact of Earth Hour was widespread: 162 countries and territories participated in Earth Hour 7000... Read More

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Green St. Patrick’s Day, Sans the Dye...

March 16th, 2015

Like many holidays celebrated here in the United States and around the globe, St. Patrick’s Day is steeped in traditions. While many people may be entirely unaware of the religious and cultural traditions on which St. Patrick’s Day is based, there are still elements of this holiday we all know and love.... Read More

spring cleaning windows

7 Environmentally-Friendly Spring Cleaning Tips...

March 5th, 2015

Spring is Here. The Time for Environmentally-Friendly Cleaning Has Begun. I know some of you may still be packed in with snow, and others (like me) are already feeling the warmth of the sun, but either way, spring is here. The time has come, once again, to spring forward into... Read More

Garfield Park South Pasadena

So Cal Park First in Country to Become a Certified...

February 25th, 2015

On Thursday, February 26th, the City of South Pasadena’s Garfield Park is schedule to receive its official certification from the American Green Zone Alliance for becoming the first municipal park in the country to achieve the status of a “Certified Zero Emission Green Zone.” In an effort to keep its city beautiful, and lower... Read More

green transportation

Green Modes of Transportation in Today’s Wor...

February 20th, 2015

In this day and age, finding green modes of transportation is not always a simple task. Due to the extreme dependency we seem to have on oil and other non-renewable sources of energy and fuel, green can at times seem hard to come by. That is…unless you know where to look.... Read More

Handmade heart

4 Eco-Friendly Things to Do for Valentine’s ...

February 8th, 2015

This Valentine’s Day, you can show your loved one how much you care by taking a more personalized, eco-friendly approach with the gifts you intend to give and the activities you plan to schedule. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be the commercialized holiday it has become over the years. Instead of... Read More

Living wall vertical garden

Nature Indoors: Why You Need Living Walls at Home ...

January 26th, 2015

While many of us would love to be able to spend the entirety of our days outside enjoying all nature has to offer, there are those who have been forced to come to grips with the fact they are confined to an office space for 8 hours or more, at... Read More