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Going Green This Halloween...

Halloween is a time of year when tricks and treats are allowed to run rampant. Kids dress in costume, candy is handed out to anyone who comes knocking and pumpkins are reborn as scary jack-o-lanterns. It is also the time of year when the weather begins to cool, days become shorter and the leaves begin [...Read More]
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Fighting Organic Inequality Right from Your Own Ba...

October 16th, 2014

Every year, bloggers from around the globe get together on one particular day to lend their voices to an important global topic.... Read More

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Could JPods Be the Future of Transportation?...

October 13th, 2014

When most people think about future forms of transportation, flying cars (like in the Jetsons or Back to the Future) are probably... Read More

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4 Simple Ways to Lower Your Environmental Footprin...

October 1st, 2014

Here at Biofriendly Corporation, we are all about the green. Finding ways to help people lower their environmental footprint fits right in... Read More

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Protecting the Environment: International Coastal ...

September 18th, 2014

Protecting the environment is important to every person’s survival, regardless of his or her beliefs about climate change and global warming. You,... Read More

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Is Food Waste Destined to Become Our Next Renewabl...

September 15th, 2014

In order for us to become a more sustainable society, significant changes need to be made. In many parts of the world there are individuals, families and entire communities struggling to survive on the minuscule portions of food. Others scrounge for whatever materials they can get their hands on.... Read More


Drought or No Drought: Water Conservation Choices ...

September 5th, 2014

As World Water Week comes to a close, I thought it would be good to provide a little more information and tips about water conservation choices you should be making…regardless of whether your area is afflicted by drought or not. Here in California, we are experiencing a severe drought.... Read More

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5 Ways College Students Can Be Energy Efficient Wh...

August 20th, 2014

As a college student, conserving energy may not be your number one priority. But being energy efficient while living in on campus is easier than you think. These simple tips can make a huge impact on our environment and help your campus become more eco-friendly! 1. Unplug your electronics.... Read More

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Reusable, Recyclable or…Edible?...

August 15th, 2014

With so many one-use items on the market today, it is a wonder that landfills are not overflowing beyond their borders. The question is, what can we do about it? Buying reusable materials is a viable option. Recycling those materials we have already used is also a good way... Read More


Sustainable Light Source: No Batteries, Plugs, Sol...

August 1st, 2014

Plugging in a light is simple when you live in a first-world country. You have access to electricity, you can choose between LED lights and CFL lights, and you can even tap into solar power for a more sustainable source of energy. Batteries for a flashlight or lamp can... Read More

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Portable Invention May Solve All Your Gardening Tr...

July 26th, 2014

Do you have trouble maintaining a garden? Do you plant vegetables and herbs with the best sustainable intentions, but for some reason things never seem to work out as planned? Is your thumb a little less than green? Gardening is not for everyone…or at least that’s what some people... Read More

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7 Eco-Friendly Camping Tips...

July 16th, 2014

Camping is one of those activities many people have come to know as one of their favorite pastimes. There are many different ways to camp. Some people go “glamping” (glamorous camping), while others would rather stick to the more-traditional tent camping. Other people would rather rough it out in... Read More