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Sustainable Living in Honolulu: Public Transit, Biking, Renewables, Recycling, Compost, and Local Food

Sustainability is just about the biggest buzzword since synergy or gluten. It’s popping out of more and more mouths (and blogs) because more and more of us are beginning to realize that critical aspects of our daily lives – transportation, food, waste, power production, water management – have become complex systems that aren’t always designed […]

April 3rd

Water Is More Essential Than You Know

Water. It could be argued that it’s one of the most diverse substances on our planet. It can be found in all three phases of matter (gas, liquid and solid) and is the key ingredient to creating and sustaining life as we know it. Without water, we simply wouldn’t exist. By following that same logic […]

October 20th

TapNFlush Your Way To Savings

When someone mentions the phrase, “conserving water”, what comes to mind? For some people it might be images of tumble weeds blowing in the wind, cracks in the ground of a dried up lake or a harsh and unforgiving desert. How about your toilet? Did that happen to cross your mind? Thankfully for all of […]

July 22nd

The Unfiltered Truth about Water- an Infographic

We learned last week that we are wasting liters of water each day from just our bathrooms- and now we have another great infographic to show us why it’s important for the whole world to conserve water. Check the image or the link to view this super cool, interactive infographic here The Unfiltered Truth About […]

February 25th

Zero Water Filter Review and Giveaway

Today is World Water Day, which is held every year on March 22nd to bring attention for clean, accessible water around the world. It is a day of advocating for sustainable resources of earth’s limited freshwater. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Safety”  and  the focus is on how much water we need to produce […]

March 22nd

World Water Day 2012: Water and Food Security

World Water Day is March 22nd and the United Nations would like you to help their campaign by helping motivate others to conserve and respect this delicate resource. The annual event organized through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations works to promote ideas that will hopefully decrease water waste and increase more productive methods for using our valuable water supply. To celebrate World Water Day this year, here are some simple ways we can work to embrace water conservation at home.

March 22nd