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4 Simple Swaps for a Truly Sustainable Easter

Growing up, Easter was always one of my favorite holidays. …

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How One Man Changed Charles River for the Better

Floating Barbie dolls, a dead mouse wrapped in cloth, and …

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British Supermarket Chain Vows to Eliminate Plastic Packaging

If you’ve ever attempted to venture into the world of …

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Is Organic Food Healthier?: All the Factors Analyzed

Organic food has become incredibly popular in the past five …

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Eco-Friendly Business Cards: A Professional’s Guide

Business cards are ever-present bits of networking collateral — bought, …

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Surprisingly Sustainable: Oktoberfest’s Green Side

Some celebrations are almost synonymous with waste. Picture the plastic-bead-strewn …

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Take Your Roots to New Heights: 9 Vertical Gardening Inspirations

It used to be that if you lived in a small space like an apartment or a condo, you could simply wash your hands of eco-friendly shenanigans like “composting” and “keeping plants alive.” But then some genius came along and…

The Real Reason No One’s Recycling Styrofoam — and How One Company Is Changing That

You know, for all of my environmental awareness, I was always under the mistaken impression that the reason no one recycled Styrofoam was that it just couldn’t be recycled. I (somewhat naively, I now realize) assumed that we just lacked the…

3 Clothing Recycling Mistakes You Might Be Making

Clothing consumption has skyrocketed in the past few decades, with North American consumers now buying 500 percent more than we did just 25 years ago. And while we’re buying more clothes than ever, the clothing is often so poorly made that it……

How to Deal with Recycling Guilt

I tend to approach new endeavors with an excess of enthusiasm, and when I get into something, I get really into it. An environmentally friendly lifestyle was one of those things I embraced with zeal, and I’ll readily admit that I went a…