8 DIY iPad Covers That Are Cheap, Easy and Stylish

October 13, 2011 by  
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Photo by MJ/TR via Flickr CC The smart cover for the iPad is nice and all. But you know what is even smarter? Making a much cheaper, customized cover yourself. We have eight of the best tutorials from around the web that show you how to craft your own unique case or cover for your iPad with materials from around the house you can re-purpose. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Celebrating Earth Day Together, Across the Internet

April 22, 2011 by  
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Photo credit: Jdodge3 / Wikimedia Commons Earth Day . The day to celebrate planet Earth, the planet that we call home

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How can I reuse or recycle expired sunscreen/sun lotion?

March 23, 2011 by  
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We’ve had an email from Karen: I am new to your site and I really love it! I do have a suggestion though, I had been cleaning up the bathroom and found old sunscreen lotion bottles, still full. I heard you can’t use them more than a year, because they go bad and won’t work any more. I have used them in the past longer than I was supposed to, but now they are definitely too old.

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How can I reuse or recycle baby sleeper suits/onsies?

March 21, 2011 by  
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We’ve already talked about baby clothes in general but CD, who writes the Canadian Doomer blog , has sent over such an excellent reuse idea for worn out baby sleepers/romper suits that I thought it was worth featuring these in particular: I just posted this on my blog , and one of my readers thought your site might be interested. They’d have be super-frugal and have a real sense of the absurd. I had recently read about someone making no-sew cloth menstrual pads by folding cut-up facecloths and placing them inside a longer folded facecloth

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TreeHugger iPhone App Adds Recycling Tips, Dygest & More

October 19, 2010 by  
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Screengrab of TreeHugger iPhone app Version 2.0 We’ve just released an updated version of the TreeHugger iPhone app and we’re excited to tell you about the improvements we’ve made. This version of the TreeHugger iPhone apps includes some great new features, as well as two new partnerships. First, is a partnership with 1800Recycling.com , which will provide users with information on where to recycle different materials in your area

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Massive Fish Kill in Mississippi Not Due to BP Spill, State Biologists Say

September 17, 2010 by  
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Photo via Stuff Biologists from the Louisiana Fish & Wildlife Department have determined that a massive fish kill that occurred in the mouth of the Mississippi River — that resulted in grisly pictures like the one above ricocheting around the web — was not caused by the BP spill. So what was to blame?… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Move Beyond Oil with Eva Mendes and Ed Begley, Jr.

September 17, 2010 by  
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What do Eva Mendes and Ed Begley, Jr., have in common? Both green celebs are calling on President Obama to move our country beyond oil—and they want your help. Having partnered with the Sierra Club these celebrities are calling on President Obama to move Beyond Oil , and using a petition and video campaign to spread the word….

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The 7 Things That Killed the Climate Bill

July 23, 2010 by  
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Image via Inhabitat The news that reverberated around the web yesterday was hardly unexpected — the climate bill, which Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid finally announced was officially dead , was on its way out for a long time. But that doesn’t make its final departure any less devastating.

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