Top 10 Ways to Have a Green Thanksgiving

If your are looking for ways to green up your Thanksgiving celebration this year, look no further. Here are the top 10 green tips to make your Thanksgiving as eco-friendly as possible. 1- Go organic: An organic Thanksgiving feast is not only healthy and tasty, but can also help the environment. Free-range turkey, fresh vegetables… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Steam Your Clothes Free Of Smoky Odors

Instead of sending your clothes off to the dry cleaners to remove smoky odors. Try steaming the smells out yourself by filling the bathtub up with very hot water and 1 cup white distilled vinegar. Hang the garments above the steaming water and shut the door so the steam can penetrate the fibers and remove… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Buy Pumpkins Locally

Buying your pumpkins locally will support your local pumpkin patch or farmers market. Doing this means your pumpkin travels less distance, using less gas, and in turn produces less carbon dioxide emissions. Plus, buying direct cuts out the middleman, increasing profits for local farms. To help find local farmer’s markets in your area, check out… Read More »

Top 10 Eco-Friendly Sweetest Day Gifts

Having trouble trying to find that special someone the best Sweetest Day gift ever? How about going green. Here are the top 10 eco-friendly gifts to give your sweetie this year and lessen your carbon footprint on the environment. 1- Organic flowers or live plant 2- Fair Trade chocolates 3- Sustainable sexy under garments made… Read More »

Starbucks Wasting More Than 6 Million Gallons of Water a Day

American coffee giant Starbucks became the target of conservationists today after an investigation by the U.K. newspaper The Sun estimated that the company wasted up to 6 million gallons of water every day, enough to quell the thirst of a small African nation. As part of a company policy aimed at preventing germ buildup in… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Become A Flexitarian

What is a Flextarian? A Flextarian is a Vegetarian that eats meat on rare occasions. Why should I become a Flextarian? Because raising produce is “cheaper,” in terms of energy, than raising animals. How can I become a Flextarian? Swap out one meat dish a week for a veggie plate.

Obama & McCain On Nuclear Energy

Where do the presidential candidates stand on nuclear energy? Barack Obama: Has said we should explore nuclear power as part of the energy mix, but has also said nuclear is not a great option because of problems with safety and storage and because it usually requires big government subsidies. John McCain: Calls for 45 new… Read More »