As in the rest of the developed world, bike share programs now offer a clean, healthy transportation alternative in many major US cities.
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Tyvek shoes – sounds like something you’d expect to find in a Devo video, and nowhere else – right? Nope: startup shoemaker Unstitched Utilities makes a wide range of casual shoes from the material more commonly associated with envelopes and home wrap. But can you call shoes made from plastic “sustainable?”
A kitchen remodel isn’t just a chance to make your space more trendy or functional, it can also be a chance to make it more environmentally friendly.
Cringing at the prices of green cleaning products, but really don’t want to expose your family to the chemical soup in conventional cleaners? Here are some recipes for DIY products.
“Can I have a puppy?” It’s inevitable. Just about every young child is going to ask this question at some point. You walk by the pet store in the mall, and suddenly, your little boy’s world revolves entirely around getting a puppy at some point in his very near future. But, what does that mean […]
If you’ve spent anytime at all in the green blogosphere over the past week or two, you’ve run across at least one… a green gift guide, that is. They’re everywhere! No problem with that… they are helpful for finding new and/or innovative products you might want to give to a person on your list… but […]
Couples all over the world will be beginning their new life together this spring season; but before anyone can say “I do” there are countless decisions to be made. I can’t decide your wedding day location or the perfect menu items for the reception dinner… that’s up to you! But if you’d like to have […]
Enzio Ludwig is a 13-year-old resident of Dancing Rabbit… and into zombies. Zombies, this may come as a surprise to you, are, in addition to being awesome, very Eco-friendly. If you doubt my hypothesis, than examine these facts: 5. Zombies absorb otherwise useless bullets. 4. Zombies don’t consume food; this limits the amount of waste […]
Editor’s note: We don’t sell iram-inal designs in the sustainablog Green Choices store… just thought this was a great story! Might have to look into listing these products… Mari and Lani (Malene) Davis were once two little girls with a simple dream: to create “delicious designs” for sustainable jewelry from items that most people would […]
GenGreenLife, National Geographic Green Guide and EVO.com partner to form new online portal to green products and services Looking for a carpet cleaner that doesn’t use all kinds of dangerous high-VOC cleaning products? Have a hunkering for some tofurkey slices but are out of town and away from your favorite natural foods grocer? If you […]
My husband and I got a free cab ride while we were in Dublin on vacation. Yes, free. And even better, it was eco-friendly. After exploring the city on foot for two days straight, we decided we wanted to be chauffeured to our final tourist destination. So we hopped in an Ecocab. What’s an Ecocab? […]
Editor’s note: While many will argue that there’s no such thing as an “eco-friendly lawn” (with justification), the grass covered yard is still a staple of most homes. Today, our friends at Low Impact Living have some tips for green grass care… This post was originally published on May 7, 2008. Summer is just around […]
Unless you live a Compact-like lifestyle, you are going to be shopping on a somewhat regular basis. Whether it be home improvements, gifts, furnishings, crafts, gardening, fashions, babies, sports, pets or anything else you have going on, there is a green option to be found. But where do you buy from? I’m all for promoting […]