Ever wonder if your oven cleanser is made with harmful chemicals? Or if your window cleaner uses natural ingredients? Researching every product you use to clean your home could take more time than actually cleaning your home. The same goes for personal care products. That’s where Good Guide comes in. Read the rest of this entry »

A few pages into Benjamin Vogt’s new book, A New Garden Ethic: Cultivating Defiant Compassion For An Uncertain Future, Vogt talks about two fundamental ways human beings think about ecology and engage with nature and the environment. Read the rest of this entry »

Photo by Steve R. on Flickr

I had so much fun writing about online consignment clothing sites I decided to continue the trend and write about consignment home goods this week. Buying previously owned merchandise is a great way to recycle and repurpose. Plus, it’s easy on the pocketbook and easy on the environment. And while craigslist and eBay are great places to find staples from stores like IKEA, Ethan Allen, and West Elm, there are some great sites for upscale home goods at prices considerably less than retail.
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photo by Santiago Cancinos

Finding clothes made in an environmentally sustainable way can be difficult. Buying previously owned clothing makes it easy.

 

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Carbon Offsets For Flying

September 4, 2017

photo by Henrik Prüzelius

 

If you’ve read the About Me page you know I love two things: conserving resources and traveling. Unfortunately, the high carbon impact of air travel can make the two hard to reconcile. However, options do exist, and they are getting better and better due to pressure from environmental groups.

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Improve Your Junk Mail Karma

September 1, 2017

Are you inundated with junk mail that ultimately winds up in a landfill? Improve your junk mail karma with this handy app.

 

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The American Society Of Landscape Architects has produced this video showing how construction materials from a torn down building can be reused for a park. Very Interesting

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