Green Tips

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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Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips

When you go for a walk in the woods, do you glance around and consider which... 

Tips for a Greener Thanksgiving Tips for a Greener Thanksgiving

Blogger Diane MacEachern of Big Green Purse offers 10 simple tips to green your Thanksgiving.... 

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Green Tech

What Happens to Airplanes No Longer Fit to Fly? What Happens to Airplanes No Longer Fit to Fly?

As a kid, I remember seeing striking pictures of massive … The post What Happens... 

What Happens to Airplanes No Longer Fit to Fly? What Happens to Airplanes No Longer Fit to Fly?

As a kid, I remember seeing striking pictures of massive … The post What Happens... 

How to Keep Plastics Out of the Ocean How to Keep Plastics Out of the Ocean

You’re probably already aware that millions of tons of plastic … The... 

How Tech Giants Are Going Eco How Tech Giants Are Going Eco

After Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently announced his company would … The post How... 

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Recycle

Wild & Stone products are all plastic-free Wild & Stone products are all plastic-free

Plastic waste is junking up the ocean. Many companies and individuals are finding ways to help reduce the levels of waste by creating brand new products out of recycled plastic waste. Meanwhile, more and more waste is being created every day. Wild & Stone is working on a more permanent solution: replacing single-use plastic altogether. Wild &... [Read more from this category]

This futuristic design uses recycled bottles, coffee and oranges This futuristic design uses recycled bottles, coffee and oranges

Dubai Expo’s Italian Pavilion is a futuristic, sustainable creation. The 38,000-square-feet (3,500-square-meter) masterpiece opened on Oct. 1 at Dubai Expo 2020. Designed by Carlo Ratti Associati ( CRA ) and Italo Rota Building Office, the Italian Pavilion stands out for its creativity in utilizing sustainable materials. Thanks to its innovative... [Read more from this category]

Cleanup device removes 20,000 pounds of ocean plastic Cleanup device removes 20,000 pounds of ocean plastic

A new device successfully hauled 20,000 pounds of trash out of the Pacific Ocean last week. This technology could potentially help clean up the  Great Pacific Garbage Patch . The successful experiment has been a long time coming. Boyan Slat declared that he had a plan for ridding the oceans of  plastic  when he was 18. Now, the Dutch... [Read more from this category]

Enjoy these delicious hot vegan Starbucks drinks this fall Enjoy these delicious hot vegan Starbucks drinks this fall

Autumn is the season for cozy sweaters, boots and a warm beverage. As furnaces kick on and wood stoves begin to crackle while warming the fall air, a stop at Starbucks can warm you from the inside out. In addition to the standard coffee fare, the company has a variety of vegan options to bring to the mix. While plain coffee itself is a vegan... [Read more from this category]

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Green Living

Building Transparency brings carbon-cutting tools to construction Building Transparency brings carbon-cutting tools to construction

The conversation in environmental circles continuously loops back to the construction industry, with widely accepted estimates that building materials and carbon release from existing structures contribute 40% of global emissions. Building Transparency, a nonprofit dedicated to driving awareness around the effects of embodied emissions and supporting... [Read more from this category]

The Washington Alley Project seeks to revitalize D.C. The Washington Alley Project seeks to revitalize D.C.

The Washington Alley Project seeks to transform D.C.’s alleys for modern urban living. In Washington, D.C. , there are 82,397 single-family residential properties with alley frontage. If the Washington Alley model was applied to all of these spaces, it could house 187,900 new residents. Mark Lawrence is the principal and co-founder of EL Studio,... [Read more from this category]

Mining in Minnesota halts as government considers 20-year ban Mining in Minnesota halts as government considers 20-year ban

The Biden administration is considering a U.S. Forest Service application requesting a 20-year mining ban on national forest land in Minnesota. The agency wants over 200,000 acres of land south of the Boundary Waters in Minnesota to be exempt from all proposed mining activities. If the application is successful, the ban would stop Chilean mining company... [Read more from this category]

Self-sustaining 3D-printed house harnesses the power of nature Self-sustaining 3D-printed house harnesses the power of nature

The Rain Catcher is a 3D-printed house that’s off-the-grid and designed specifically to meet Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 2030 Climate Challenge criteria for electric , heating and water consumption. This eco-house is truly made to harness all the power of nature. Designed by the Tactus Design Workshop, the Rain Catcher has huge... [Read more from this category]

Oil and meat producing countries attempt to weaken UN report Oil and meat producing countries attempt to weaken UN report

Greenpeace investigative team announced this week that oil, coal, beef and animal feed producing countries have been lobbying to tone down a major United Nations climate report. According to Greenpeace, fossil fuel producers, including Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan and Iran, want the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to not recommend... [Read more from this category]

Episode 290: Countdown to COP26 Episode 290: Countdown to COP26

Plus, we speak with VERGE 21 keynote speaker Yishan Wong, founder and CEO of a startup working on ‘reforestation in a box.’ Read more from the original source: Episode 290: Countdown to COP26  Read More →

2 big ideas for counting down emissions by 2050 (or sooner) 2 big ideas for counting down emissions by 2050 (or sooner)

Al Gore, Tzeporah Berman and Susan Ruffo offer solutions for addressing the impacts of climate change. Continued here: 2 big ideas for counting down emissions by 2050 (or sooner)  Read More →

Navigating the emotional rollercoaster of climate change Navigating the emotional rollercoaster of climate change

A conversation with Dr. Renee Lertzman, climate psychologist, researcher and strategist. Here is the original post: Navigating the emotional rollercoaster of climate change  Read More →

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