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

How To Make Concrete From Atmospheric Carbon How To Make Concrete From Atmospheric Carbon

Concrete, steel, and mriad other construction materials we take for … The post... 

The Basics of Recycling Scrap Metal for Money The Basics of Recycling Scrap Metal for Money

Originally written by Virginia Buechel, of iScrap App. Most of … The post The... 

Earth911 Conscious-Shopping Guide: Best Solar Panels Earth911 Conscious-Shopping Guide: Best Solar Panels

Technological advances have transformed the solar energy industry in recent …... 

Earth911 Conscious-Shopping Guide: Best Solar Panels Earth911 Conscious-Shopping Guide: Best Solar Panels

Technological advances have transformed the solar energy industry in recent …... 

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The Akshar Foundation is creating sustainable schools to teach children important life skills The Akshar Foundation is creating sustainable schools to teach children important life skills

Based in Assam, India, the Akshar Foundation is on a mission to create a new type of sustainable school with its unique education model. The education reform initiative strives to create government schools that are eco-friendly, low-cost and centered in building the most successful environment for children to learn and grow. At the forefront of the... [Read more from this category]

Demand for sand: the largest mining industry no one talks about Demand for sand: the largest mining industry no one talks about

The world’s largest and perhaps most destructive mining industry is rarely discussed. Approximately 85 percent of all material mined from the earth is a simple and widely available resource: sand. Because it is so cheap and readily available, it is mined by everyone from guy with a shovel, to multi-million dollar machine operations. The majority... [Read more from this category]

SAOLA offers sustainable sneakers sourced from algae and recycled plastic SAOLA offers sustainable sneakers sourced from algae and recycled plastic

Although admittedly late to the game, fashion is working towards cleaning up their act when it comes to corporate responsibility and sustainable sourcing of materials and manufacturing of products. But, consumers have to look for it. Fortunately, the shoe industry in particular is getting downright competitive in their efforts to bring sustainable... [Read more from this category]

Artist installs nature-inspired tiny house made out of recycled glass and plastic in Times Square Artist installs nature-inspired tiny house made out of recycled glass and plastic in Times Square

Brooklyn-based artist Fernando Mastrangelo has combined his passion for art and sustainability into one gorgeously green tiny home . The artist, who is known for using unique materials in his work, has just unveiled Tiny Home, a “recycled tiny house sculpture” made out of recycled plastic and glass. The 175-square foot home, which comes... [Read more from this category]

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Green Living

The Akshar Foundation is creating sustainable schools to teach children important life skills The Akshar Foundation is creating sustainable schools to teach children important life skills

Based in Assam, India, the Akshar Foundation is on a mission to create a new type of sustainable school with its unique education model. The education reform initiative strives to create government schools that are eco-friendly, low-cost and centered in building the most successful environment for children to learn and grow. At the forefront of the... [Read more from this category]

Your favorite playlist has a carbon footprint Your favorite playlist has a carbon footprint

You would think streaming music is more eco-friendly than CDs, tapes and records, right? Afterall, there’s no waste. A new study by the Universities of Glasglow and Oslo calculated the carbon footprint associated with downloading and streaming music and the answer is surprising. According to data from 2015 and 2016, music streaming accounted for... [Read more from this category]

Prada announces a ban on fur Prada announces a ban on fur

Prada has announced that it will finally ban the use of all fur in future fashion lines. The major fashion company joins a growing list of designers who have been successfully pressured by animal rights advocates to ban fur from their products. Starting in 2020, the company will no longer introduce items with fur, but those currently in circulation... [Read more from this category]

Meet Solar Cat, a cute and creative take on renewable energy Meet Solar Cat, a cute and creative take on renewable energy

Solar power just got an adorable new makeover. New York-based technology company Grouphug opened Solar Cat at the New York Hall of Science on Earth Day 2019 as an exhibit to demonstrate the fun and creative side of renewable energy. While conducting preliminary research for the project, Grouphug founder Krystal Persaud interviewed 100 New Yorkers and... [Read more from this category]

An apartment complex in Amsterdam follows biophilic design principals An apartment complex in Amsterdam follows biophilic design principals

Dutch architecture firm  GG Loop has wrapped an apartment building in Amsterdam with a beautiful facade of timber slats. According to the architects, the design for the Freebooter Apartments incorporates a number of biophilic design principals in an attempt to connect the building’s residents with nature. In addition to its light-filtering timber... [Read more from this category]

A modern reusable pavilion is sustainably designed to pop-up almost anywhere A modern reusable pavilion is sustainably designed to pop-up almost anywhere

Combining art, architecture and technology, Los Angeles-based architectural firm Montalba Architects recently completed a temporary pop-up pavilion for the annual Bex & Arts sculpture triennial that’s designed to be easily disassembled and reused for future events. Set on a movable foundation that allows for minimal site impact , the Bex &... [Read more from this category]

Episode 173: Amplifying local impact, cleantech matchmaking, a 30 Under 30 alumna reflects Episode 173: Amplifying local impact, cleantech matchmaking, a 30 Under 30 alumna reflects

Warning: This episode contains an abundance of climate-related word puns. See the original post here: Episode 173: Amplifying local impact, cleantech matchmaking, a 30 Under 30 alumna reflects  Read More →

Green Earth Book Awards Celebrate Best Environmentalist Children’s Books Green Earth Book Awards Celebrate Best Environmentalist Children’s Books

The Green Earth Book Awards by Nature Generation are intended … The post Green Earth Book Awards Celebrate Best Environmentalist Children’s Books appeared first on Earth911.com. See the rest here: Green Earth Book Awards Celebrate Best Environmentalist Children’s Books  Read More →

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