Can Greenwashing Ever Be Good?

August 9, 2017 by  
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When companies market a product as eco-friendly that might not necessarily be as “green” as they say, that’s known as greenwashing. A great example of this is boxed water — whether it comes in a plastic bottle or a carton, it still isn’t…

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Low-Impact Self-Built Living in a Communal Woodland (Video)

March 25, 2011 by  
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Image credit: PermacultureMedia From touring an illegal roundhouse to checking out some “plush and fragrant” composting toilets , we’ve seen our fair share of low tech, low impact living here on TreeHugger. This latest video is a great example of how simple, communal living can be achieved on a shoestring budget. And the compost toilet you’re about to see might have one of the best views of any crapp…

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New Online System Streamlines Easy e-Waste Collection

October 11, 2010 by  
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Photo via CP e-Waste is a difficult problem when it comes to keeping it out of waste streams. Unlike typical recycling with a blue bin offered in practically every city, e-waste can be much more of a hassle to make sure it ends up in the right place for proper recycling. But a new system in California could prove to be a great example for streamlining collection that other areas in the US can mimic.

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