Browsing the "Green Consumerism" Category

Turn Black Friday and Cyber Monday Green

November 24th, 2011 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

Most of the big box stores follow similar methods for staying on top and it usually requires putting stress on the environment and their workers. The good news is there are ways to break away from the corporate giants by buying through local venders, making gifts ourselves or bartering. Here are some ideas to help you turn Black Friday and Cyber Monday green


Fall is a Great Time for Recycling Clothes

September 20th, 2011 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

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


Online Green Degrees Exposed

September 16th, 2011 | by Guest Contributor

Since the start of the environmental revolution in the 1960s, institutions of higher education have been at the forefront of being leading advocates and innovators for their efforts in green living, business, and policy. In the last decade or so, online sustainability degrees have become a popular academic aspirations for the new generation of movers and shakers, but are they worth it? Let's find out.


Who’s Going Green?

August 31st, 2011 | by belleterre

Corporations are undertaking more green initiatives as we, the consumers, are also trying to reduce our carbon prints. Here are some popular companies' greening methods.



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