The Perfect Green Grad Gift: A Refurbished Laptop

May 7, 2018 by  
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LEGO Commits to Sustainable Packaging

May 7, 2018 by  
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INFOGRAPHIC: Recycling tips for the holidays

December 8, 2014 by  
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Have you heard the term “closing the loop” with regard to holiday shopping? It refers to the idea of purchasing items made with recycled materials instead of brand-new products, like recycling a cell phone and then buying a refurbished one. Similarly, one can “close the loop” with decorations and wrappings by recycling any waste one year , and then choosing recycled cards and paper the following year. If everyone were to give sustainable , reusable gifts to their friends and family, and then recycle all the garbage created during get-togethers, we could cut down on a lot of landfill waste this year. Read the rest of INFOGRAPHIC: Recycling tips for the holidays Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cards , eco friendly presents , eco-friendly gifts , green christmas , green gift ideas , green gifts , green hanukkah , green holidays , green yule , Holiday , holidays , infographic , Recycle , recycled , recycled cards , recycled paper , recycled wrapping paper , recycling , refurbished , refurbished gift , refurbished gifts , reusable gift ideas , Sustainable , sustainable gift ideas , sustainable gifts , Wrapping Paper

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Starbucks’ Willy Wonka Coffee Factory & Largest Store Ever Opens in Seattle

December 8, 2014 by  
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Unisex Fashion Blends Army Surplus with Modern Appeal for Spring 2011 (Photos)

October 14, 2010 by  
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Photo: Tunji Dada From army surplus fabrics and a blend of latex and organic cotton, Tunji Dada gets playful with sustainable textiles for Spring 2011 . As seen on Eco Hookups , the New York-based designer’s “Furbished: Refurbished Spring 2011 Neo-Sex Collection” merges…

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Thames Beats Out Amazon and Yellow River for Prize

October 14, 2010 by  
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Canada Becomes First Nation to Officially List BPA as Toxic

October 13, 2010 by  
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Photo: Steven Depolo , Flickr Effective immediately, the chemical Bisphenol A is officially considered toxic in Canada. BPA, as you’re likely aware, is a chemical commonly found in plastics, food cans, water bottles, and paper receipts. BPA mimics the hormone estrogen and has been linked to a number of severe health woes, including breast cancer and early puberty in women .

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NYC Launches Hybrid Zipcar Program for City Employees

October 13, 2010 by  
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Photo: Mark E. Seitelman New York City has just become the biggest city in the nation to launch an effort to clear congestion and reduce pollution by offering city employees access to a car-sharing program. The pilot program, helmed by ZipCar, only involves 25 cars and 300 employees, but it’s a promising start.

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Gutsy Goats Caught Scaling Super-Steep Dam (Pics)

October 13, 2010 by  
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Photo via Peter Bosshard / International Rivers Dams are among the most monumental examples of mankind’s engineering savvy, though they’re also perhaps the most environmentally impactful , too — but none of that could keep this brave herd of Ibex goats from scaling the sheer face of one such dam in Italy.

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Green Party Governor Candidate Arrested While Attempting to Enter Debate

October 13, 2010 by  
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Photo: Marnie Glickman, Fog City Journal More than a few folks are fed up with the nation’s seemingly unshakable two-party system — the endless hostile dance between Republicans and Democrats has got to leave even the most stalwart beltway politico exasperated.

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