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On Jun 05, 2013 09:32AM ET in Green 101
A wildlife bridge, also called a green bridge or eco-duct, is quite simply a land bridge or overpass that connects two natural areas that have been divided by...
On Jun 04, 2013 07:22PM ET in Green 101
With so many technological advancements readily available at our fingertips, modern life has never been easier. Because of this technology, increasingly more homeowners are starting to realize the convenience of having a home automation system which can make your home more eco friendly. Here are some reasons that it might be a good choice for [...]
On Jun 04, 2013 05:53PM ET in Green 101
This is part of a series of articles written about Envision Hawaii, Honolulu’s monthly First Tuesday gathering that showcases the coolest, greenest goings-on in the emerald of the Pacific. Ecopreneurist is proud to be the official media sponsor of Envision Hawaii….see previous Envision Hawaii articles and speakers here. The green coworking space known as the [...]
On Jun 04, 2013 05:19PM ET in Green 101
Today in our series of Companies we Love, Green Living Ideas features Well-in-Hand herbal remedies, which has been one of my favorite companies for over a decade. I am so happy to be sharing them with you today. I first came across Well-in-Hand over a decade ago when struggling with skin issues and yeast infections [...]
On Jun 04, 2013 03:45PM ET in Green 101
There are a lot of ways to be environmentally friendly and a lot of people are doing their part to protect the planet. Some people forego their gas guzzling sports utility vehicles in favor of bicycles and public transportation. Some people install solar panels onto their roofs for a low cost, zero emission way to … Continue reading »
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On Jun 04, 2013 03:00PM ET in Green 101
By Michael Craghan For years I lived in a little beach town at the Jersey Shore in Manasquan, N.J. I took these pictures of tidal flooding in 2007. I was interested in human/environmental interaction and found a great story right where I lived. Obviously people here live with water. Little did I realize that I [...]
On Jun 04, 2013 11:50AM ET in Green 101
GREEN TIP: Look for sustainable ways to enjoy your summer.
Here are some simple ways to enjoy your summer while doing something good for the environment:
Eat local and organic. Purchase local groceries from your farmers’ market, sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program or choose local food at the grocery store. You’ll be supporting local farmers and lessening transportation energy.
On Jun 04, 2013 10:30AM ET in Green 101
By Cameron Davis The day before Memorial Day, we’re visiting my friend Kathy Bero. As I wrote this looking out over south central Wisconsin’s hills, growing green with spring, I feel lucky she’s around. Kathy and I met nearly 30 years ago when she was helping to save the Great Lakes in Milwaukee. She was [...]
On Jun 04, 2013 10:29AM ET in Green 101
According to recent statistics, there are over 50 MILLION AMERICANS who have no idea where their next meal will be coming from. The United States of America is one of the wealthiest nations on the planet and, according to A Place At The Table and compassionate sense, this is disgraceful.
On Jun 03, 2013 05:59PM ET in Green 101
But, if I had to choose my favorite segment from this week, I’d say it was GD Mizar’s DIY Tiki Torches segment! Aside from gardening and other fun stuff, this is on my agenda this weekend.
On Jun 03, 2013 11:32AM ET in Green 101
Each Monday we write about the New England environment and way of life seen through our local perspective. Previous posts By Amy Miller There’s a big sign flashing as you exit my Maine village to the north: EXPECT MAJOR DELAYS. Route 236 between South Berwick and Berwick is being repaved, I guess. I can drive [...]
On Jun 03, 2013 11:12AM ET in Green 101
Daniel Suelo has been living without money for 12 years. The video below is an excellent insight into his philosophy of the gift economy and why he sees money as the root of all problems facing civilization.
On Jun 03, 2013 01:37AM ET in Green 101
Google has partnered with NASA, Time, and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to show the world how much the planet’s surface has changed in 25 years through its...
On Jun 02, 2013 03:35AM ET in Green 101
News regarding huge strides in the solar industry is usually attributed to larger countries that already have a solid renewable energy plan layout, such as India and...
On Jun 01, 2013 03:20AM ET in Green 101
The issue of intermittency is something that is already pretty much inherent in any kind of typical green energy source. We perfectly understand that winds may not always...