Apparel manufacturers such as Patagonia, Scalable Press and Noso are finding new ways to shave their carbon pollution and otherwise green their practices to have less of an environmental impact moving forward.
Monthly Archives: April 2018
Biodegradable plastic made from biomass and even gaseous waste could be a big part of the solution to the growing problem of plastic polluting our land and waterways…
Small Hacks for Farmers to Instill More Eco-Friendly Practices Farmers Have The Power To Heal the Planet
Hacks for Farmers: Farmers have the power to heal the planet, if they can commit to maintaining soil health, sustainably managing pests, encouraging biodiversity and using water wisely.
Animal Testing May Be Replaced by Technological Advances Mice, Dogs and Other Creatures of God's Creation Could Be Spared by Human Ingenuity
If product testing on animals is ineffective and inhumane, why are we still doing it at all? Maybe we don’t have to engage in animal testing anymore given recent technological developments…
Tired of cleaning a large home? The cost of maintenance and upkeep getting you down? Maybe downsizing to a smaller home could solve your problems and help the environment…
The Dark Side of Sustainable Technology and How We Can Fix It Just Cuz It's Green Doesn't Mean It's All Good
Solar power, wind power, and electric cars are high-end products and the result of long, complex production chains. Until we change the way those chains work, the footprint of clean technology may continue to have an unpleasant dark side. The bottom-up change is absolutely achievable.
Green Enough? New Book from Leah Segedie Helps Mom Help Families Eat Better, Live Cleaner and Be Happier
In Green Enough: Eat Better, Live Cleaner, Be Happier (All Without Driving Your Family Crazy!), Mamavation blogger Leah Segedie uncovers the truth behind the food and household products that are misleadingly labeled “all-natural” and healthy but are actually filled with chemicals and toxins.
18 Wheelers: Environmental Scourge or Green Hope of the Future? Improving aerodynamics, encouraging the switch to electric and hybrid drivetrains, and autonomous trucks all part of the solution
Cleaning and greening our aging fleet of 18 wheelers means improving aerodynamics, encouraging the switch to electric and hybrid and drivetrains and exploring how autonomous driving technologies are all way we can make trucking greener.
While good old particle board contains formaldehyde that can make you sick, safer alternatives use polyurethane as filler instead. Sealing particle board is another way to minimize exposure to toxic formaldehyde.