Get greener and cleaner indoors! These 6 Perennial Houseplants that Clean Indoor Air will help remove harmful chemical substances from the home or office.
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Though we don’t talk too often about clean tech here on Green Living Ideas, we’re certainly big fans of a renewable future! Wind, solar and geothermal energy technologies are always evolving and expanding, and today it’s more common than ever to find solar panels, electric vehicles and wind turbines around the world. Geothermal energy, energy […]
This PR article was sent to us by the folks at WallArt, and it was too cool not to share! WallArt makes eco-friendly wall decoration tiles made out of recycled sugarcane bagasse. The WallArt 3D Wall Panels are modern and chic, plus they’re made from a biodegradable substance (we love a bit of righteous decor). […]
With Valentines Day just a week away its pretty hard to escape all those heart-shaped, pink and red candies. While they may seem temping, many of them contain GMOs.
It’s easy being green! More and more people are making the effort to live a greener lifestyle, and there has been an increase in the different types of sustainable and environmentally friendly technology available. Renewable energy technologies have come a long way, and they are much more efficient and adept at capturing, storing and using […]
Had an excellent ramblin holidaze show this week in the Green Divas Radio Show studio and am thrilled we were able to record AND podcast finally!
For me bringing light into these long, cold and dark days means minimizing the commercial aspect and being more thoughtful about what I really want to share, give and how to let my close ones know how much I appreciate them.
As Thanksgiving swiftly approaches, the store aisles are overflowing with cute decorations to put your home in the mood for the holiday. Instead of spending your hard earned money on decorations (many which are “disposable” and made of plastic, which is non-biodegradable,) why not use your creativity to decorate your home in an eco-friendly manner?
Unless you’ve enrolled in a university that boasts its dedication to preserving the environment and features LEED certified buildings, then chances of you living in a sustainable door room for the next four years will be slim. Just because your room may not come automatically equipped with the necessary tools needed to make it “green” doesn’t mean you can’t take the initiative to ensure that your new dwelling is eco-approved.
What we learned back then was that the VOCs that impact our health are not regulated – WHAT?!? Only the ones that are harmful to the ozone are regulated. There are a lot of other chemicals in house paint that are NOT researched or regulated.
We all know about the devastating effect plastic bags have on nature. Plastics degrade too slowly. The chemical bonds that make plastic so durable make it equally resistant to natural processes of degradation. Since the 1950s, one billion tons of plastic have been discarded and may persist for hundreds or even thousands of years. A […]
Starting this week, Green Diva Meg joins us to post her fun weekly summary from The Green Divas Radio Show. You can hear her and her wonderfully green guests, streaming live on Saturdays at 10 AM EST or from MP3 or iTunes on archives at The Green Divas Radio. Welcome Green Diva Meg!! I […]
Sure it may be easy to stop by the local grocery store for a bouquet of blooms, but do you know from where they came? Are they organic? Were the workers who cared for them and cut them treated and paid fairly? Worry not a minute longer about the ethics of the floral world. Here are some fresh cut flower alternatives for enchanting your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day.
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” Аlvin Toffler The rise of DIY Have you noticed how much speed DIY-ig has gained lately? Yes, DIY has been steadily securing its place among the green activities you can engage in […]
‘Tis the season to be jolly and nothing makes us jollier than taking care of the earth, right? This holiday season when you decorate your home, stop and consider how your home decorations are effecting the environment. A good place to start is the centerpiece of most homes during the holidays: the Christmas tree (or Yule tree, or holiday tree, or whatever you choose to call it.) Also known as the good old fashioned “evergreen tree,” one has to stop and wonder: is it really green?