Wednesday, November 26, 2014

How to Have an Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving!

With a sincere thank you to Rachelle Carson-Begley for and the Huffington Post for putting together an article that answered the questions I had about the environmental impact of one of our favorite holidays. Read on for a great set of tips on how to make your Thanksgiving celebration an environmentally friendly one!

Natural Stone and Sustainability

Since our ancestors and have brought the Earth in such a poor medical condition, our generation has to do its best to cure all the damages and harms in the anamnesis of the state of nature on this beautiful planet. Instead of wasting resources mercilessly, we have to take a different attitude towards the environment to help it recover during out lifetime but also to leave a cleaner world to our descendants. That is why we should practice sustainability wherever we can.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Green Living: Six Ways You Can Go Green At Home

The resources available on the earth are only becoming more stretched. In order to ensure a stable future, we all need to start to make smart choices that make our standard of living sustainable. Here are a few tips to get you started on going green:

Bottled Water: Myths and Truths

This post originally appeared on Climately, a Dude, Sustainable! project

It is quite common nowadays to see someone carrying water bottle, and especially for the past few years, when it became a fashion detail. But, is it completely safe? Or, eventually, is it necessary? Modern media are convincing us that tap water is unhealthy and also is, according to them, ill advised to drink it. But, truth to be told, water in a plastic bottle is as unhealthy as the one from the tap, if not even more. Here are just some of the reasons why you should think twice next time when you go shopping.


Friday, November 21, 2014

Sustainable Ink: Print Media Can Be Kind to Our Planet

Paper usage and the planet. Can it ever be compatible? Many environmentally-concerned people thing “no.” However, there are some ways in which you can use it without causing more damage to the environment.

Use Recycled Paper or Responsible Paper

Recycled paper has come a long way in 10 years. And, the production of raw material for new paper requires a lot of resources. But, recycling, while energy-intensive, spares the logging of more trees and slows deforestation. Or, does it?

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