This Christmas Sweater Is Guaranteed to Last 30 Years

December 12, 2016 by  
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As fun and festive as the holidays are, there’s no denying that this is a wasteful season — this time of year, trash accumulates faster, greenhouse gas emissions rise, and we spend a whole lot of time buying stuff that won’t even last…

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Gift Wisely With These 10 Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Ideas

December 2, 2015 by  
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Let’s face it – the overspending and debt accumulation of the holidays has reached an ALL. TIME. HIGH. If the additional 25 percent household waste generated during the holidays (about 1 million extra tons – eek!) doesn’t scream commercialization,…

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What to Do with Your Used Christmas Tree

December 26, 2013 by  
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Wondering what to do with your Christmas tree once the holidays are over? Whether you choose to recycle or reuse it, there are several sustainable options.

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11 Practical Reasons to Buy an Electric Car

January 12, 2010 by  
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Over the holidays I saw at least two lists dueling it out as to why electric cars may or may not be in your future. Those lists spanned the gamut from “ Dude, they’re too expensive! “, to “ Oil’s peaking, get off petroleum now! ” But, although they brought up some food for thought, what those lists didn’t cover were the practical reasons to consider buying some kind of electric car (pure electric or extended range electric) in the next couple of years

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santa saves a life.

January 11, 2010 by  
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Did you get the new iPhone or Blackberry that was on your wish list for the holidays this year? No idea what to do with your old cell phone? Instead of throwing away your phone, donate it to a good cause.

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gift shift.

December 28, 2009 by  
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Regifting gets a bad rap, but it can be good. If you received a few ill-suited presents over the holidays, why not see if someone else might appreciate them more.

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10 Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Wrapping Paper

December 10, 2009 by  
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Photo via Flikr Ahh, the holidays are fast approaching. So, you’ve decided to go green this year: you’ve perused our green gift guide , donated to some great green charities , and now you’ve got a pile of gifts that need to be wrapped. But wait! You’ve been so good keeping eco-friendly this year, can you really stomach the thought of using store-bought wrapping paper?

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Buy a Solar Cooker and Offset 1 Ton of CO2

December 1, 2009 by  
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Image via: Solar Cookers International Solar Cookers International has come up with a new program just in time for the holidays that allows you to give a gift, help out someone less fortunate, clear the air of harmful emissions AND offset one ton of carbon dioxide. Just might be the best $50 you’ve ever spent this season…

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