Everybody wants to save the planet. You’ve been working hard to reduce your energy consumption. You’ve probably even switched all of your lamps over to LED light bulbs. But you can’t shake that nagging feeling that you could do more. What else can you do? Downsize Instead of a large house [...]Read more ›
Articles by: Samantha Peters
This Guest Post is from Samantha Peters, a blogger who is interested in bringing attention to the health risks of red meat and the appalling amount of agricultural pollution the beef industry causes. Samantha believes that as a society we need to find new ways to adopt a more sustainable and healthy food system.
No matter where you live you know as well as anyone that energy bills aren’t cheap. Reports say the prices are set to continue climbing in all areas of the country. As utilities bills get more expensive, it forces homeowners to get creative in their attempts to use less energy. The [...]Read more ›
Every day more is being done to protect the environment. What was once a task left up to the individual is now becoming something that entire municipalities are examining. Cities, counties and states are working together to help reduce waste, slow climate change and create a healthier environment. One of [...]Read more ›
Daily activities end up producing tons of carbon emissions. Printing papers, paying bills and commercial transactions all contribute to a massive amount of waste. The Internet and digital technology have made it possible to reduce your carbon footprint. If you know how to use these mediums to your advantage, you can minimize your carbon footprint each [...]Read more ›
While many offices have been striving to be more green by using CFLs instead of regular lightbulbs, ditching their printers for the cloud, and putting recycling stations in the breakroom, few consider the environmental impact of their office furniture when they are looking for desks or comfortable office chairs for sale. [...]Read more ›
When it comes to agricultural pollution, few sources compare to what the beef industry emits annually. But if eco-friendly consumers needed another reason to refuse red meat, it’s the findings of a recent Harvard study that links the food source with 10% of early deaths in the industrialized world. In [...]Read more ›