Is an Everyday Garden Trick a Key to Carbon Capture?

July 14, 2020 by  
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For decades, farmers and gardeners have augmented soil using lime, … The post Is an Everyday Garden Trick a Key to Carbon Capture? appeared first on Earth 911.

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Every sustainability team needs a customer-facing specialist

August 6, 2019 by  
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How does a company make sustainability simple enough for the everyday consumer to understand without sacrificing fundamental pieces of the puzzle?

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Are shared e-scooters good for the planet? Only if they replace car trips

August 6, 2019 by  
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Ride share companies promote them as an environmentally friendly choice — but new research contradicts that.

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DIY: A Hand-Me-Down Play Table Makeover

May 1, 2019 by  
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DIY-er Dinah Wulf shares one of her favorite trash-to-treasure projects, explaining step-by-step how she upcycled a well-loved (er, worn out) play table from Everyday Blah to Hollywood Chic. The post DIY: A Hand-Me-Down Play Table Makeover…

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American cities elected mayors who care about climate change

November 13, 2018 by  
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As local leaders increasingly take action on environmental issues, Americans reaffirmed that this mattered to them and their everyday lives.

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Innovating for 100

October 31, 2018 by  
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It’s no secret that Silicon Valley drives the tech world. From smart cars to smart homes, California continues to boast the world’s latest high-tech innovations and developments. Yet many Californians still lack access to technological advancements that could dramatically improve their everyday lives. High-tech products and services are viewed by many residents in low- to moderate-income communities as out-of-reach luxuries rather than attainable necessities.

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Ethically produced Not a Sweatshirt sweatshirt helps victims of sex trafficking

November 6, 2016 by  
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What if the clothing you buy could make a positive difference in the world? Sudara’s “Not a Sweatshirt” sweatshirt aims to help victims of sex trafficking by raising awareness and using funds to train and employ former victims in India. Every purchase supports Sudara’s initiatives to give women the confidence and skills they need for a fresh start on life. The ethically sourced and produced sweatshirt shows how we can have a collective and positive impact on the world through the everyday choices we make.

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Designers create fashionable hospital gowns teens actually want to wear

July 17, 2016 by  
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Let’s face it: no one wants to have to go to the hospital if they can avoid it. It’s not just that being poked and prodded by doctors is uncomfortable: being stripped of your everyday wear and put into a drab hospital gown can strip you of any feelings of individuality. This is especially painful for teenage patients, who are just starting to discover themselves and express their unique identities. That’s why the Ward + Robes initiative is connecting teen patients to top fashion designers to create a line of custom, personalized hospital gowns that are stylish, comfortable, and unique.

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Mixed Feelings On Mixed Waste, Still

July 12, 2016 by  
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It sounded like a win-win scenario for scrap processors, consumers, cities, and busy households: A process that would collect all waste and recycling in one bin, then send it to a facility to sort the valuable recyclables from the everyday food and…

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8 Great Green Designs Coming to Tent London 2013 at the London Design Festival!

September 6, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of 8 Great Green Designs Coming to Tent London 2013 at the London Design Festival! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “green furniture” , eco interiors , green design , green interiors , green products , ldf , London , London Design Festival , London Design Week , sustainable design , sustainable furnishings , TENT London , tent london 2013        

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