Are you shopping for a new computer? Consider buying a laptop. Laptops use 50 percent of the energy used by a typical desktop computer when plugged in and just 1 percent of the energy when running on batteries.
Want to save 5 to 10 percent on your heating bill? Yeah, who doesn’t! Turn down your thermostat 5 to 10 degrees before you go to bed at night, and then turn it up again in the morning when the coffee is brewing. By doing this you’ll save 5 to 10 percent of your heating… Read More »
Save money on your energy bill by changing the direction of your ceiling fan. Set it to go clockwise in the winter to bring warm air down, and vice versa in the summer.
If you have a puppy dog or are thinking about getting one, here are a few tips on greening your pooch. Top 10 Tips On Raising A Green Puppy Dog: 1- Adopt a dog from a shelter or rescue group 2- Spay or neuter your dog to help control the population 3- Feed your pup… Read More »
In these cold winter months it is very common for sidewalks and roads to get icy, instead of using salt based ice melting products consider using a non-hazardous alternative like Safe Paw’s environmentally friendly ice melter. Safe Paw is 100 percent safe for children, pets, all surfaces and the environment! This is unlike all the… Read More »
Green to Grow is a new company, founded by the need for eco-friendly alternative products for babies. Husband & wife team, Michael & Shelley Ritterbrow, began Green to Grow, with a commitment to provide the best possible care for their son. As they researched products & materials they were alarmed at the potential dangers presented… Read More »
As the holidays come to an end, and the clean up begins, the big question is how to dispose of your Christmas tree. Natural Christmas trees have a few eco-friendly afterlife options… 1- Compost Real trees are 100 percent biodegradable, and can be added to your compost pile. There is a tad bit of work… Read More »
The U.S. population is growing faster then ever despite the lack of resources & the impact it has on the planet. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. population will hit 303.15 million on January 1, 2008. This is up 0.9 percent from last year. They also estimate that in 2008, the country will… Read More »
If you’re a cat owner, I’m sure you think clumping kitty litters are great because they are so convenient & easy to use. Well, what you may not realize is that two ingredients found in most clumping litters have been implicated in many diseases and even the deaths of animals & humans. Sodium bentonite is… Read More »
TreeHuggerTV and nutrition expert Marion Nestle take us grocery shopping where they teach us the pros & cons of selecting organic fruit and vegetables in the supermarket.