Why your company’s Earth Day pitch may be tone deaf

April 21, 2017 by  
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Consumers are looking for more than one-off Earth Day events — they are looking for movement makers.

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HOW TO: Make hearty and healthy roasted butternut squash with sage

October 30, 2016 by  
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If you’re looking for a healthy and hearty dish to warm you up this fall, you’ll love this recipe for roasted butternut squash with sage. Packed with vitamins A and C as well as essential minerals, butternut squash is a powerhouse vegetable that’s adored by both kids and adults for its naturally sweet taste. Click through to learn how to whip up this crowd-pleasing caramelized dish in just a few easy steps.

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Honor Earth Day With These 7 Art Projects For Kids

April 21, 2016 by  
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Earth Day is a wonderful opportunity to teach children about caring for our planet and how to live sustainably. Most children are receptive to these concepts and are looking for ways to help. Teaching children to be resourceful by upcycling waste…

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Earth Day Is A Journey And Destination

April 21, 2016 by  
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With Earth Day this Friday, Destination Hotels honors the holiday with a variety of special eco-friendly programming at its properties, as well as through their Destination Earth program. Destination Hotels’ recently teamed up with Tesla Motors to…

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How to design the perfect vegetable garden for any space

April 12, 2016 by  
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With winter just a memory in the northern hemisphere, and spring in full swing, it’s time to think about your summer vegetable garden . Whether you’re planting your first-ever vegetable garden or you’re an old hand looking for some new design ideas to spruce up your landscape, you don’t have to be stuck with a basic rectangle of dirt in your yard. These design ideas will give you inspiration and help you create the perfect garden for any space – even if you don’t have a yard. Read the rest of How to design the perfect vegetable garden for any space

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LEGO reveals its first disabled wheelchair-utilizing minifigure

January 30, 2016 by  
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It’s been a good week for toys – Mattel announced that Barbie is expanding beyond the leggy, blue eyed, blonde haired mold that she’s been stuck in for so long and now, LEGO has revealed a minifig that comes in a wheelchair. The hip little guy comes with a hoodie and beanie and signals yet another step forward into a more inclusive world. Now that’s awesome. READ MORE >

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Innovative BeGirl underwear could help African girls stay in school

November 8, 2015 by  
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It’s a topic that gets most people squeamish and is enough to make schoolgirls skip class every month: menstrual hygiene. According to UNICEF estimates, one in ten African girls do not go to school during menstruation because they lacked access to sanitary pads. Fortunately, product designer Diana Sierra has created BeGirl underwear, a low-cost and effective solution that could be the answer we’re looking for. READ MORE>

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15-in-1 BauBax jacket is like the Swiss Army Knife of travel gear

July 26, 2015 by  
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Wish you could ditch your bag and travel lighter? The BauBax jacket could be just what you’re looking for. The travel jacket includes 15 pockets specially designed for common items, from a passport pocket to an inflatable neck pillow. Once filled up with items, the multifunctional jacket can be used like a Swiss Army Knife with easily accessible tools. To get one of your own, click on the link below for the BauBax Kickstarter link. READ MORE>

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Summer Stylin’: Cool Eco-Friendly Styles For Summer

June 30, 2015 by  
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Eco-conscious fashion has never been bigger or more important. Regardless of whether you’re looking for vegan, organic, fair trade, recycled or locally-made clothing and accessories, you don’t have to sacrifice style to make a green statement….

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Helpful Tips For Natural Pest Control

June 26, 2015 by  
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Not only is controlling your garden pests naturally a less expensive option, but it’s better for the environment, too. If you are trying to make the switch to green livin’ and are looking for some ways to incorporate your new mentality into your…

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