Wow… it’s hot! Between the record-breaking heat around the world, and other extreme weather phenomena, you can understand how global warming has moved up into the number two spot on Regator’s Environmentalism page… got to be on a lot of people’s minds (even though, of course, you can’t attribute specific weather event directly to climate […]
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While the oil spill continues to dominate the green blogosphere, one of the most interesting things I’m seeing this week is the relative quiet about tropical storm Bonnie heading right towards the central Gulf Coast. Could be these posts haven’t gotten indexed yet… would love to see some details on the potential impacts of the […]
It’s Friday… and that’s means lots of link love. We’ve already published our Five for Friday hat tips… now, on to the Green Business Blog Carnival, which stopped by Green Marketing TV this week.
When talking about moving away from a carbon-based economy, one of the biggest arguments you hear is that folks rely on fossil fuels for their livelihoods. Those people are right. Oil and coal production employ quite a lot of people! From the mining or drilling and refining operations and all of the surrounding businesses that […]
Been on the road most of the weekend, so getting to the most recent edition of the Green Business Blog Carnival kind of late… but it’s still there. Our friends at The Inspired Economist served as our first non-founder host, and did a bang-up job: from green marketing, to solar for small business, to green […]
The death of Hugg may have created the idea that environmenally-focused social news sites were a non-starter, but other services in this space, such as MindBodyGreen and the Care2 News Network have chugged on… green social media lives. One of the latest offerings in this niche brings together Digg-like voting and video: Shift Logic‘s “front […]
Once upon a time, a significant percentage of my posts were inspired by other green bloggers. I kept a close eye on what was happening in the green blogosphere, and frequently responded to, or extrapolated from, the ideas my fellow bloggers put out there. While I do still keep a close eye on things, I’ve […]
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 […]
Lily Jane Hart is a resident at Dancing Rabbit, and the owner of LatinTutor.net Close your eyes and imagine the prototypical green business. It probably involves producing a green product – something organic, something handmade or something recycled – or some combination of the three. But there’s a base of businesses that have formed and […]
The Milkweed Mercantile has just opened its doors as a green bed & breakfast over the past few weeks, and I’m really impressed with what they’ve done. The rooms are gorgeous and comfortable, and all named after noted environmentalist (I’m staying in the Wallace Stegner room). And they’ve got a chef who’s spent his time […]
Mike Lieberman has dedicated himself to taking one green action every day for a year (and blogging about it). Today’s action isn’t just a great tip… it’s also a guest post for the blogathon!
How do elected officials attempt to ensure transparency these days (or, at least, the appearance of transparency)? By posting information online… we saw yet another example of this just in the last week with President Obama’s call to post all earmarks online. Transparency is a laudable goal, no doubt, but, as I noted in an […]
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 […]