Tomorrow is Earth Hour! Y’all ready to turn off the lights (TV too) at 8:30pm for an hour? What is Earth Hour? Earth Hour began in Sydney in 2007 as a global climate change initiative, calling individuals and businesses around the world, to switch off their lights for one hour. In 2007 – The inaugural… Read More »
Want to live off the grid with a generator which creates free electric energy? Seams too good to be true. Well, it is true with Magniwork’s ultimate DIY kit for a free energy generator. What is the Magniwork DIY Kit? Magniwork is the ultimate DIY kit for energy independence. Magniwork includes a complete guide of… Read More »
Learn how to celebrate this St. Paddy’s Day with GristTV’s 5 tips to Get Wasted and Waste Less. Green Drinking Tips: Drink Organic Get Corked Kag or Bottle Don’t Drive & Drink Home Brew
Call it thrifty or old fashion, but to cut kitchen waste you’ll need to cook like grandma used to. It’s easy, doesn’t take much extra time and the reward is eco-friendly goodness. 4 Waste Cutting Kitchen Tips Use up leftovers. You don’t have to eat the same thing over and over; try incorporating them into… Read More »
Did you know that the average American school-age child throws away 67 pounds of food packaging a year? This includes plastic water bottles, sandwich baggies, and juice boxes. That equates to 18,760 pounds of lunch waste for just one average-size elementary school. That’s a lot of trash! Next week start reducing those numbers by packing… Read More »
Whether you call them resolutions, goals, or lifestyle changes, they are adjustments you can take to make 2011 easier on the planet. Here are the Top 5 New Year’s Eco Resolutions For 2011: Stop Buying/Using Plastic Water Bottles – Plastic water bottles maybe convenient but they are at no way eco-friendly. When you are on… Read More »
Stay cozy and still conserve energy this winter at home with these 3 almost too easy tips: 1- Turn down your water heater. Even in the coldest weather, there’s no reason to waste energy and to scald yourself with a 140-degree shower. 2- Turn your ceiling fan in reverse. A clockwise rotation circulates warm air… Read More »
Sending holiday cards this holiday season? Consider using an ecard instead to save paper & postage money. If you would like to send printed paper cards consider a card which is from 100% post consumer recycled paper and is printed with soy inks.
When taking digital pictures only print out the ones you are going to need. This will save paper, energy and of course ink. With digital photos you can always back them up on an external hard drive allowing you to view or print them at a later date. It also makes sure you never lose… Read More »
Thanksgiving is a time when we all think of the harvest and a table full of food. However, we should remember not to get carried away. We should only cook enough food to feed our family, guests and have a few leftovers. Because nothing is worse than food going to waste.