Zero Waste Packaging: Convenience Meets Eco-Friendliness

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In a world full of single-use conveniences, it's easy to overlook the impact packaging has on the environment. Though it would be nice, it doesn't magically vanish once it disappears into a trash truck. Rather, it stays with us for generations, filling landfills and leaching toxins to the environment. »

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6 Reasons to Use Eco Friendly Water Bottles

Have you noticed that an increasing number of people proudly use water bottles these days? Have you ever wondered why eco friendly water bottles are popular? People choose to use them for a variety of reasons, one of them being that using eco water bottles is an easy way to go green. »

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7 Easy Green Shopping Tips

The world wastes 30% of its food, and Americans throw away approximately 40% of the food they purchase. While you may be doing better than your average American, there are still steps you can take to improve your green grocery shopping acumen. The good news is that it is not hard, and we have some tips to get you started.

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Things You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle

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In your household, we bet there are at least 10 things you can recycle; actually, it is more like hundreds of things you didn't know you could recycle. See how you can contribute to a healthier environment!

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Meet the 5 Top Sustainable Cities

Some cities go above and beyond when it comes to sustainability.  These top sustainable cities have chosen to disregard the notion that it is unnecessary to change habits for the future.  Did your city make the top 5?

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How Long Does It Take for Trash to Decompose?

Have you ever wondered how long it takes for trash to decompose? The answer varies depending on the type of material and environment. Trash decomposition rates are faster when materials are exposed to the elements. However, when buried in a landfill, trash decomposition is much slower. Statistics and details within.

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Top 5 Most Eco Friendly Celebrities of 2013

Long gone are the days when being eco friendly is a hobby of so-called hippies. These days, everybody is “going green,” from suburban families to A-list celebrities.

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Understanding Eco Friendly Light Bulbs

By 2014, incandescent light bulbs will no longer be available for sale in the United States. Fortunately, there are excellent alternatives available to light your home even as you burn less energy! Let us take a look at the three leading eco friendly light bulbs.

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How to Be More Eco Friendly at Home

We have little control over how the industrial complex manages waste or what regulations are passed by Congress, but we do have control over what happens in our homes. Here are five changes you can make today to be more eco friendly at home.

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Why Global Food Waste Hurts Us All

Did you know that estimated global food waste adds up to 1.3 billion tons of food per year, roughly one third of the world’s food production? People living in medium to high income nations experience abundance on levels never seen before in recorded history.

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Zero Waste Packaging: Convenience Meets Eco-Friendliness

Zero Waste Packaging 100x100
In a world full of single-use conveniences, it's easy to overlook the impact packaging has on the environment. Though it would be nice, it doesn't magically vanish once it disappears into a trash truck. Rather, it stays with us for generations, filling landfills and leaching toxins to the environment. »

6 Reasons to Use Eco Friendly Water Bottles

Have you noticed that an increasing number of people proudly use water bottles these days? Have you ever wondered why eco friendly water bottles are popular? People choose to use them for a variety of reasons, one of them being that using eco water bottles is an easy way to go green. »

7 Easy Green Shopping Tips

The world wastes 30% of its food, and Americans throw away approximately 40% of the food they purchase. While you may be doing better than your average American, there are still steps you can take to improve your green grocery shopping acumen. The good news is that it is not hard, and we have some tips to get you started.

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