When it Comes to Green Buildings, Energy and Transportation, How Doe...

This Earth Day attention is being drawn to the concept of green cities. When a city becomes “green” it becomes more sustainable, generates fewer harmful emissions, increases its dependency on renewable energies, becomes more environmentally-friendly and lowers its overall carbon footprint. A green city is a clean city, inside and out. There are many components [...Read More]
Going from Guzzler to Green

Going from Guzzler to Green: 4 Possible Makeovers ...

April 8th, 2014

No matter what color the paint on the side of your house may be, every home could stand to be a little... Read More

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Earth Hour: The Environmental Impact of Idling Gad...

March 29th, 2014

Earth Hour happens once a year, every year. It’s only an hour, but it is a time when the world can unite... Read More

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Water and Energy Conservation Tips in Honor of #Wo...

March 22nd, 2014

World Water Day is a time when people can not only bring up the topic of water, its scarcity and how it... Read More

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Some of My Favorite Ways to Green St. Patrick̵...

March 14th, 2014

Every year St. Patrick’s Day gets me thinking about all of the ways in we can celebrate this wonderfully-green day. You will... Read More

World Wildlife Day 2014

Our Impact on the Environment: World Wildlife Day ...

March 3rd, 2014

Today is the first official World Wildlife Day. Not only that though, it is also the anniversary of the founding of CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) back in 1973. It is a day to help raise awareness of the dangers... Read More

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Prepare to Spring Forward with a Little Biofriendl...

February 22nd, 2014

Spring is traditionally the time of year when people go through their homes to give them a really good, deep cleaning. Closets are cleaned out, cabinets are gone through and everything that has been shoved into various corners of the house are finally pulled out. The fact that a... Read More

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Valentine’s Day Made Better with Eco-Friendl...

February 11th, 2014

Valentine’s Day is here once again and although it is a highly commercialized day, it is still one where you can show others how much you care. Even the simplest idea may be the one that is loved the most. So, whether you have already spent weeks planning your... Read More

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Sustainability and the Super Bowl...

January 31st, 2014

Sustainability and the Super Bowl. Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day (second only to Thanksgiving). Unfortunately, even with that being the case, not all of the food people make, buy or order will be consumed. Much of it will... Read More

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Want Organic Produce? Why Growing Your Own is the ...

January 20th, 2014

If you ask, most people will tell you they’d rather eat fresh, non-GMO and organic food than food which has been sprayed by various chemicals and pesticides. With organic produce usually priced higher than other produce, families may feel that opting for organic is not always an option. But... Read More

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15 Simple Ways to Live Green on a Budget...

January 6th, 2014

Some people are under the misconception that the only way to live an entirely green life is to live in a rural area (or at least live on the outskirts of the big city), drive a hybrid, buy only organic foods, install solar panels or a wind turbine, set... Read More

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Eco-Friendly New Year’s Resolutions to Start...

December 31st, 2013

It’s that time of year again. Time to ring in the new year! To help you start your year off right, I wanted to give you a few eco-friendly new year’s resolutions you might want to add to your list. Some of the most popular new year’s resolutions involve... Read More