Ecomodo Grows Communities for Lending and Renting Goods

December 27, 2010 by  
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Sharing websites put stuff packed in closets to good use. Photo via Apreche Usually EcoModo refers to the title of TreeHugger’s weekly column on Gizmodo

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Students Create Dirt Cheap Solar Solution for Disinfecting Water

December 27, 2010 by  
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Photo via University of Washington Disinfecting water with the sun is an old idea. But students at University of Washington have come up with a clever way of checking whether or not the water being disinfected is finally ready to drink

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Cups Made of Jell-O To Become a Real Product

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Photo via The Way We See The World Back in July we showed you Jelloware, cups made from Jell-O that make a far less wasteful solution for parties, festivals, and other events where minimizing trash is a must.

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Everything You Need for a Green New Year’s Eve (Slideshow)

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From stylish handmade party hats to hand-painted champagne flutes filled with organic champagne, start 2011 off on the right green path with an eco-friendly New Year’s Eve party. Oh, and don’t forget the an award-winning organic lip balm for sultry lips ready for that 12am kiss.

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The Joys of Winter Cycling: Cold Noses, Pretty Landscapes and Fewer Fellow Bikers

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Image credit: joiseyshowaa , used under Creative Commons license. The thing I love about The Guardian’s cycling blog is that it manages to masterfully tread (pedal?) that fine line between the practical and the philosophical. From discussing how to keep your feet warm biking in winter to talking about what you should do if you see a bike thief , ther…

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Rescued Sheep Supply Wool for Eco-Chic Knits for Winter (and Summer)

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Photo: North Circular The North Circular ‘s chic knits are perfect for current winter temps, but they’re dually suited for cooler spring days and breezy summer nights. We’ve covered the UK-based knitwear label that uses only ethical wool– knitted by grannies, supported by supermodels –from Wensleydale sheep that graze on organic land before, but their most recent collection of soft, cozy knits for spring 2011–now available for men–is oh so crush-worthy: ..

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