If you think you’re household waste increases during the holidays, you’re right: here are the numbers on our holidays wastes.
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Missed our discussion about localizing your holidays on today’s edition of Hangin’ with sustainablog? Not a problem – we’ve got recordings ready to go.
Want to make you holidays more “local?” Join us for this week’s edition of Hangin’ with sustainablog, where we’ll discuss tactics for localizing your meals, gifts, decorations, and more…
Editor’s note: Everett timed this post perfectly… not only because of the holiday season, but also because yesterday’s #ecogifts chat on Twitter really focused on simple, handmade, and inexpensive. You can still drop in a Tweet with your ideas… just use the #ecogifts hashtag. As anyone with parents or grandparents who grew up during the […]
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 […]
Chanukah starts Sunday December 21 this year– just a week from today. Just as we encourage everyone to incorporate eco-smart ideas and green gifts into their Christmas plans, we also want to share some thoughts on how to have a Green Chanukah this year. First, starting with the menorah, it’s always a great idea to […]
This post was originally published at Intent.com on Monday, December 15, 2008. The winter holidays are almost upon us, and whether you’re celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or the holiday(s) of another tradition, you may still be stumped for gifts to give this year… especially gifts that fit your own (and the recipients’) values. For the […]
So, I got the inevitable question from my wife this morning: “What do you want for Christmas?” My inevitable answer: “I don’t know.” As this game plays out over the next few weeks, my answers will change: “nothing” is next, something completey unsexy but totally useful will follow (she hates those), and, finally, I’ll say […]