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How to Reduce Waste Over the Holidays

The holidays are here! And with them, festivities, food, and …

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The Importance of Kids Being in Nature

Once upon a time, kids of any age returning from …

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Robots And A Recyclables Recovery Revolution

It’s exciting to watch the green economy unfolding all around us. There are many problems to solve and many companies out there solving them. Take, for example, recyclables and a startup named Jodone. Recyclables, robots and a recovery revolution…

Get Ready To ‘Spring’ Into Composting

Spring is around the corner, and for many people gardening beckons. Whether you grow flowers, vegetables, houseplants or herbs, you know the importance of using great soil. And that means using compost. Composting, according to the U.S. Department…

Waste Reduction, Recycle Rates And Yard Trimmings

The words “highlights” and “waste reduction” seem like an odd combination. After all, waste – that stuff you throw away in trash cans instead of recycle bins or compost heaps – is easy to ignore. “Out of sight, out of mind” -  right? H…

How Target Targets Sustainable Building Operations

Target is a profitable company – and a very sustainable one too.  According to The Guardian, Target is one of 10 companies that make $1 billion a year or more from sustainable products and operations. Still wondering about the business case for…

How To Reduce Waste Over The Holidays

Memorable Celebrations, Minimal Waste The holidays are here! And with them, festivities, food and fun. You may travel to see friends and family. You may give gifts and send cards. You may cook special recipes and decorate your house – inside and…

Green Travel Trends For 2015

Travel is big business It’s summer and faraway places beckon. Whether you’re looking ahead to an exciting outdoor adventure, a leisurely excursion, or an “I-just-want-to-sit-on-the beach”-type trip, you can’t wait to get away. And you’re no…

The Importance Of Kids Being In Nature

What it is Once upon a time, kids of any age returning from school were told, “go outside and play.” “Outside” may have been a back yard, a park, or a nearby patch of woods. Today’s kids are more likely to have a scheduled play date, join an….

Solar Power With A Side Of Fun: One Family’s Story

Solar is soaring Clean, renewable solar power is booming. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, in 2014: Solar energy generated enough electricity to effectively power 3.5 million American homes. Nearly 600,000 U.S. homes and…