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5 Ways to Reduce Waste and Save Money at the Same Time

You may be surprised to learn that you can produce less waste and actually save money at the same time. It may require a bit of research and a change in habits, but the rewards are worthwhile. If you want to leave the world a better place for your kids and simultaneously cash in, check out these tips.

June 4th

Voluntary Simplicity: My 30-Day Challenge

In September 2009, I took on a little experiment: I wanted to go a whole month without spending any money.  I would pay my bills as usual, but that’s it.  For food, I was fortunate to live in a community where I exchanged a few hours of labor each week for my meals, so that […]

September 5th

Find Out How Rich You Are On Global Rich List

Ever wonder how rich you are? Or more reasonably put, how your income compares to that of everyone else in the world? Just how rich is rich, and how poor is poor? With Global Rich List, you can find out exactly how you compare to the rest of the world.

July 12th

Announcing Sustainablog Green Investment Resources

We are excited to announce our new Green Investment subdomain. The site offers practical information for creating a financial plan as well as information on green stocks, green funds and community investment. More importantly, it offers free consultation with green investing professionals. Sustainablog sees socially responsible and green investment is an important strategy for creating social change. […]

June 9th

Book Review: Life, Money and Illusion

Life, Money and Illuision is not about the magical arts or wizardry, though it does demystify money and Wall Street’s greedy aspirations abetted by the global push for more growth and consumption (and jobs). Life, Money and Illuision: Living on Earth as if we want to stay (New Society, 2009) by Mike Nickerson is a […]

October 28th

Carnival of the Green #148

Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends We’re so glad you could attend Come inside! Come inside! — Emerson, Lake and Palmer, “Karn Evil 9 – 1st Impression, Part 2” Welcome back to the Carnival of the Green, the weekly showcase of all things good and green around the blogosphere!  And welcome […]

Google Wants to Give you $10 million

If you think you have an idea that could change the world, or the reality for many people, Google wants to hear about it. And, if they like it, they might pay you up to $10 million. Project “10 to the 100th”, in honour of Google’s 10th anniversary of helping you surf the web (and […]

September 25th

Environmental Defense Fund: New Report on Innovative Green Business Solutions

This post is by Sheryl Canter, an online writer and editorial manager at Environmental Defense Fund. Ideas for businesses, and hope for everyone concerned about global warming – that’s what you get with our just-published, first annual Innovations Review. This new report highlights innovative processes, products, and technologies in a range of different industries. Green […]

May 22nd

Economic Stimulus Package: Money to Invest and Save, Not Spend

Don’t be fooled one minute by the politicians in Washington DC. The economic stimulus package hailed by Congress and seemingly supported by the President is to provide as many as 116 million tax filers with a check for $600 to $1,200 (perhaps more if you have children). But all they’re doing is basically returning money […]

January 24th