What will the planet look like in 50 years? This infographic predicts the state of the Earth if we continue on our current path of consumption.
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Are disposable diapers really an environmental nightmare? Don’t other diaper alternatives have downsides? Take a look at this overview of green diapering.
A new report from the Aluminum Association argues that aluminum cans are the most sustainable beverage container.
Tossing used chewing gum on the ground doesn’t cause any harm unless it sticks to someone’s shoe, right? No – take a look at gum’s environmental impact.
Our annual deposit of plastic in the ocean dwarfs previous estimates, according to a new study by UC Santa Barbara and the Ocean Conservancy.
Thinking about giving up or addressing wasted food in your home for Lent? Here are some tools that can help you get to Easter successfully.
Christmas is just about upon us, so we’re starting to slow down here at sustainablog: expect posts a little less regularly from now until New Year’s Day. But before I start getting my break on, I thought I’d share this great infographic from our friends at Waste Management about what can go in the blue […]
Boilers are already pretty efficient, but a few retrofits can save your even more fuel; proper maintenance will also keep your boiler room safe.
Thinking about cutting the cord (cancelling cable TV)? Streaming can be a cheaper option; just make sure you don’t blow up your power bill in the process.
Much of what hospitals dispose of as medical waste is still perfectly usable, and could save the lives of people in the developing world.
Sure, you need to stay hydrated to stay healthy. But what are the specific health benefits of water? This infographic answers that question in detail.
Food gets wasted everywhere, from grocery stores to restaurants to school cafeterias. This infographic shares food waste facts for Great Britain.
Renewable natural gas may sound misleading, but it’s another term for energy extracted from decomposing organic matter rather than fracked earth.