Finding ways to produce clean, renewable forms of energy is one of the most pressing issues facing our planet today. In order to be successful in doing so, it seems that we’ll need to “think outside of the box”. Or in the case of Air: HES, this would seem to require thinking outside of the […]
Access to clean drinking water is essential for any community to survive and flourish. In fact, it was this need that compelled the Romans to build a series of aqueducts in 14 different countries, with their longest aqueduct spanning 250 kilometers! Now, just because water can get from one place to another doesn’t necessarily mean […]
There are many options for holiday shopping, but I want to tell you about the gift I want to give everyone on my list – the Soma Water Carafe. I gave myself this gift last December after reading about their campaign on Kickstarter. There was something about the look of the carafe, their promise of […]
Every week we are able to share awesome news from Earth Gauge, a project of the National Environmental Education Foundation. August is National Water Quality Month, and it’s an important time to remind our readers that water quality is EVERYONE’s responsibility! Did you know that a typical city block generates more than five times as much […]
The show was all about plastic — the good, the bad, the ugly, and what you can do to upgrade your own plastic habits.
This awesome little video comes to us from the good people at Earthjustice. Fracking: Things Find a Way, looks at the ways that fracking damages ground water, diminishes air quality, and affects communities in the surrounding areas. Companies are fracking in more areas everyday, and companies are not forthright about which chemicals exactly they are […]
Jennifer Boyd of Boyd Wellness called in this week to offer some thoughtful and easy ways to create a healthier environment at home.
I had a an exceptionally fun morning Christmas Day on the set of Good Day NY on FOX 5. I talked with Dave Price and Anna about keeping it green in 2013 . . .
Our Green Dude Segment was with Green Dude Antonio, who is a water purification expert with Pur2o. I’m always surprised by how much I actually don’t know and probably don’t want to know! Anyway, that segment inspired this post about water – how we can conserve it, clean it and use it wisely.
Sonya’s informative post on “15 Easy Ways to Conserve Water” last week was a prelude to this Thursday’s World’s Water Day. She gave us a glimpse of some alarming water usage facts. According to UNWater.Org, … with rapid urbanization and incomes increase, diets are shifting. Meat consumption in particular is expected to rise from 37 […]
Earlier this month, Pinellas County in Florida banned fluoride in their water supply. What’s the deal with fluoride? Is it good or bad?
This is World Water Week and the following are just a few ways you can bring change in the world’s water supply.
Reusable water containers are readily available and a wave of change is moving away from plastic bottles. There is still much to do. and you can keep it going by following these 5 other simple ways to wean off of plastic.
Plastic — can you imagine a day without it? It has come to be a component of nearly everything we buy and use, it seems. On the one hand, plastic has made things possible that might not have been possible. On the other hand, there are a few major problems (at least) with its widespread use….
GreenTalk Radio‘s Sean Daily talks to Peter Cleary about LifeStraw, a water purifier that helps to get access to safe drinking water at home and outside in regions where water is an issue. LifeStraw is made by Vestergaard Frandsen. an international company specializing in complex emergency response and disease control products.