the upside of plastic.

June 2, 2010 by  
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Because you’re sexy, you may have removed yourself from junkmail lists, started borrowing instead of buying books, printing double sided at work and generally reducing the amount of paper you use. Take it one step further by using your debit or credit card instead of cash as much as possible.

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Collared Greens

June 1, 2010 by  
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Today, we’re shining our CFL spotlight on Collared Greens, a eco-conscious clothing company from head to toe. Recently, green is sexy had an opportunity to talk to Founder and President Randy Ashton about how the company started, their CG/24 initiative, and even some great customer reaction stories.

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Waterlife.

June 1, 2010 by  
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With the oil spill still spilling in the Gulf of Mexico, Greenissexy has water health on the brain so we turned to the award winning documentary Waterlife to explore more of North America’s most precious resource.   Directed by Kevin McMahon and narrated by the Tragically Hip’s Gordon Downie, Waterlife takes us on an epic journey through the mighty Great Lakes – their long history and their potentially fragile future

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the green party

June 1, 2010 by  
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> Spring has sprung and there’s lots to celebrate!  Whether you’re cooking up plans to host a birthday, wedding, graduation or other party, keep it sexy and green with a few simple tips:   location, location, location :  Pick a spot that’s centrally located to most of your guests to cut back on commuter emissions.  Choosing a spot on a convenient mass-transit route is also a good way to help guests keep their cars parked at home.  If the venue is farther away (for a wedding, for example), encourage guests to carpool. decorations/shmecorations :  When dressing your party, try to incorporate items that will live on in other ways when the last guest has left the party, or ones that can be used up completely.  Decorating with potted plants or dishes filled with fruits and vegetables is a good way to add color to a room without buying a bunch of junk.  Instead of streamers, consider strips of scrap fabric or ribbons that can be used for wrapping gifts throughout the year.  Soy-based candles can add ambience, as can images of the guest of honor, projected from a computer onto a blank wall.  Get creative!  Low-impact party decorating can save money and means you’re not left storing a bunch of junk later

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