Students, parents of students, and anyone who was ever either or both of these can relate: Back-to-school season is a time for new beginnings, and this too often means new “stuff.” Now is a prime time to reevaluate your habits, schedule, and routine as they relate to your mission to live your best life with minimal impact on the environment.
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There’s a trend happening in many areas of North America and in some ways it’s proving to be a double-edged sword. After decades of suburban sprawl and many years of families around North America moving away from the city to the suburbs, the trend is reversing. People are now re-embracing city centers and returning to […]
Owning a pet is good way for you to boost your health, fact! There is no denying that sharing your life with a member of the animal kingdom enriches your life immeasurably. It is no accident that we have evolved together, entwined our histories so much that the power of our bond is unbreakable, so […]
Today we have another Guest Post from Leigh Saluzzi, a wife, mother and vegan activist. She is the Director of Operations for the Atlanta Veg Fest, she organizes many vegan bake sales for charity, and owns far too many vegan cookbooks. Leigh is on a mission to share recipes and tips to raising a happy, […]
In the 70’s, Woodsy Owl spread the word of honoring the environment with his, “Give a hoot, don’t pollute” message. 2011 marked his 40th anniversary and 2012 marks his return with an animated series. Learn about Woodsy Owl’s new adventures and how his timeless message resonates even louder with a new generation of young eco-warriors.
Most recycled clothes are gently used or can still have their tags making them a valuable gift for someone less fortunate. And less face it, there are many falling into that category today. Here is why fall is a great time for recycling clothes and who those clothes can benefit.
It might still feel like summer in some parts of the country but it’s “back-to-school” season. But before you go out and start outfitting your future scholars with everything for a new academic year, think of ways to green their “back-to-school” while keeping your money in your wallet. Here are ten great ways to green […]
One of the biggest environmental topics of the century might well be the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico (and the toxic dispersants being used to “clean it up”). However, another one that some say might have a bigger impact on our babies than the BP oil spill but that is off the […]
According to the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, children in the U.S. spend fifty percent less time outdoors than they did twenty years ago.
When women fall pregnant, many of them become concerned about the weight they gain and how they will actually lose it after they have their baby. All too often, women are worried about gaining more or less weight than the average 25-30 pounds, that is recommended in most pregnancy text books.
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks with green blogger, publisher, and supermom Jill Fehrenbacher, founder of green design blog Inhabitat.com and its new eco-parenting sister site Inhabitots.com. Click Play Below,or Transcript Sean Daily: Hey everybody. Welcome to Green Talk radio. This is Sean Daily. Very excited about today’s episode. I know I say that a […]