Living Off The Grid In An Earthship

Earthship is a radically sustainable green building made of recycled materials and powered by the sun & the wind, catching water, treating sewage, heating and cooling through thermal dynamics and growing food. It’s extreme Green living at it’s best by architect Michael Reynolds. Here’s a detailed look inside an Earthship:

Happy Earth Day!

Happy 41st Earth Day! Let’s show the Earth how much we care by going green with these top 5 tips for conserving energy, water and waste. 1- Change lights to CFL bulbs 2- Install a low-flow showerhead 3- Use reusable shopping bags 4- Fix all leaky water fixtures 5- Stop using disposable items

ecoskin – Recycled Plastic Smart Phone Antibacterial Covers

There are tons of skins, covers and pouches out there to protect your mobile phone from scuffs, scratches and dings but what protects you from the bacteria just lingering on your phone? Introducing the ecoskin! An eco-friendly smart phone cover with antibacterial protection. The ecoskin is the only recycled mobile phone cover to be infused… Read More »

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Who’s dying Easter eggs with their kids this weekend? Need some DIY eco-friendly tips to avoid the toxic store bought dye kits? Try dying your eggs with vegetables, spices and everyday items found in your kitchen. Supplies Needed: Free-range eggs Alum powder (available at the supermarket in the spice aisle) White Vinegar Vegetables & spices… Read More »

Earth Hour 2011

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 »