Green Tips

6 easy tips to green your Fourth of July 6 easy tips to green your Fourth of July

Although the Fourth of July is a wonderful time to celebrate our freedom with... 

8 Green Tips for 8 Days of Hanukkah 8 Green Tips for 8 Days of Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah! Running from today, Dec. 12, to Dec. 20 … The post 8 Green... 

13 Green Tips That Can Save You Over $5,000 A Year 13 Green Tips That Can Save You Over $5,000 A Year

Simple shifts to greener versions of the products you already buy can save you... 

Spring Cleaning: 6 Green Tips to Organize and Simplify Your Home Spring Cleaning: 6 Green Tips to Organize and Simplify Your Home

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Green Tech

Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage

Rockay makes socks from ocean plastic with anti-odor characteristics that …... 

Science Is Discovering Power Sources Everywhere Science Is Discovering Power Sources Everywhere

We are familiar with generating power from the sun and … The post Science Is... 

Natural Climate Solutions: The Doorway to Climate Restoration Natural Climate Solutions: The Doorway to Climate Restoration

Felix Kramer and Anna Michel of ClimateChangesEverything.org are working to …... 

Passive House Design: Changing the Future of New Home Construction Passive House Design: Changing the Future of New Home Construction

Existing buildings consume between 40 percent and 50 percent of … The post... 

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Recycle

Tacoma’s Dune Peninsula: from slag heap to beloved park Tacoma’s Dune Peninsula: from slag heap to beloved park

On a gorgeous fall day, people jog and walk dogs along Tacoma’s waterfront in the new Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance Park . Locals appreciate the almost miraculous transformation of this land. The human-made peninsula, named for the science-fiction book by Tacoma author Frank Herbert, was built over an accumulation of slag a manufacturer dumped... [Read more from this category]

Collection of plant-based shirts raise awareness of endangered species Collection of plant-based shirts raise awareness of endangered species

Sustainable design label PANGAIA  has collaborated with eco-activist Nadya Hutagalung and artist Raku Inoue on a new, limited-edition capsule collection to raise awareness for five of the world’s most endangered species , including the Sumatran Elephant and Tapanuli Orangutan. The collection includes vibrant, hand-drawn images by Inoue that... [Read more from this category]

Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage

Rockay makes socks from ocean plastic with anti-odor characteristics that … The post Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage appeared first on Earth911.com. The rest is here: Earth911 Podcast: Rockay Socks Combine Recycled Ocean Plastic With Reduced Water Usage  Read More →

High-tech wetsuit protects divers and surfers from toxic elements in the oceans High-tech wetsuit protects divers and surfers from toxic elements in the oceans

With ocean waters being polluted at an astonishing rate, swimmers, divers and surfers are putting their lives at risk simply by entering the water. Vissla and Surfrider have collaborated on a slightly depressing solution aimed to keep water-lovers safe. The Rising Seas Wetsuit is a high-tech body suit that uses nanotechnology to block the absorption... [Read more from this category]

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Green Living

Tacoma’s Dune Peninsula: from slag heap to beloved park Tacoma’s Dune Peninsula: from slag heap to beloved park

On a gorgeous fall day, people jog and walk dogs along Tacoma’s waterfront in the new Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance Park . Locals appreciate the almost miraculous transformation of this land. The human-made peninsula, named for the science-fiction book by Tacoma author Frank Herbert, was built over an accumulation of slag a manufacturer dumped... [Read more from this category]

Consumers need more affordable access to healthy and sustainable living Consumers need more affordable access to healthy and sustainable living

New research shows that Americans are increasingly concerned about the environment, but don’t currently have lifestyles that reflect that. Read the original: Consumers need more affordable access to healthy and sustainable living  Read More →

Does water stewardship lead to brand value? Does water stewardship lead to brand value?

Performance can be transparently communicated through certification, helping build intangible value. View original post here: Does water stewardship lead to brand value?  Read More →

Why self-care is essential for effective sustainability leadership Why self-care is essential for effective sustainability leadership

Ready. Set. Breathe. The rest is here: Why self-care is essential for effective sustainability leadership  Read More →

The great EV infrastructure challenge The great EV infrastructure challenge

And 10 things you need to know about the future of electrified transportation. Read the original here: The great EV infrastructure challenge  Read More →

Beyond recycling: Redesigning the business of fashion with circularity Beyond recycling: Redesigning the business of fashion with circularity

Sponsored: Why fashion brands should care about circularity — and how to avoid being seen as greenwashing. Original post: Beyond recycling: Redesigning the business of fashion with circularity  Read More →

Green Mountain’s Svein Atle Hagaseth on carbon neutral data centers Green Mountain’s Svein Atle Hagaseth on carbon neutral data centers

As companies’ data center use continues to grow, there’s an expanding need for the facilities to be energy efficient. See the rest here: Green Mountain’s Svein Atle Hagaseth on carbon neutral data centers  Read More →

LAVA designs carbon-neutral LIFE Hamburg with an edible green roof LAVA designs carbon-neutral LIFE Hamburg with an edible green roof

LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) has teamed up with urban agricultural collective Cityplot to design LIFE Hamburg, a new energy self-sufficient educational campus that will “reinvent learning” for 1,600 students. Created in the shape of an infinity loop, the nature-inspired learning landscape encapsulates the educational paradigms of... [Read more from this category]

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