It’s Easy to Make Earth Day Every Day

This week, numerous Earth Day events took place around the world and brought environmental concerns to the forefront.  Hopefully, many people realized just how easy it is to live a more sustainable lifestyle.  Today, I’ll highlight some of the everyday items we use that have greener alternatives available.  To help you celebrate, many stores have […]

7 Easy Ways to Go Green this Earth Day, Part 1

Tomorrow is Earth Day, a day to appreciate this amazing planet and consider our impact on it.  We may not give it much thought, but we all have certain expectations about the environment.  We expect to have clean air to breathe, safe water to drink, non-polluted soil in which to grow our food, and enough […]

Bucks County Audubon Society’s Green Seminars

The Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS), located in the idyllic countryside of New Hope, Pennsylvania, is a non-profit organization founded as a chapter of the National Audubon Society in 1969. Since its inception, BCAS has been dedicated to conserving wildlife, promoting awareness of environmental problems, watching birds, educating the community about the interdependence of humans […]

Celebrate Earth Day by Volunteering

Now that Spring has finally arrived, many of us are likely to spend more time outdoors enjoying nature.  Earth Day, a day to appreciate fresh air, clean water and a healthy environment, is fast approaching.  Now is the time to start planning with friends and family how you’ll celebrate nature on this special day.  Hopefully, […]

Sustainable Workshops offered in Colorado

The Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Association, a non-profit organization based in Fort Collins, Colorado, is offering a series of environmentally-focused workshops this spring.  Its Sustainable Building and Energy series will focus on energy efficiency, renewable energy and green building design.  Attendees of another series called “The Abundant Backyard” will learn about gardening, beekeeping and raising […]

What’s Wrong with Bottled Water?

It may be convenient to carry a bottle of water when on the go, but there is a huge impact on the environment that many are not aware of.  For starters, we use millions of barrels of oil and billions of gallons of water every year just to make the plastic water bottles.  Plus, a […]

Top 5 Reasons to Conserve Energy

Energy efficiency and conservation have numerous benefits for both the environment and human health. These include reductions in air pollution, acid rain and global warming; oil spills and water pollution; loss of wilderness areas and biodiversity; construction of new power plants; foreign energy dependence and the risk of international conflict over energy supplies.  Our actions […]

Weekend Event: Go Green Expo in Los Angeles

Curious about the latest green products and services?  You can browse through 200+ booths and exhibits at the Go Green Expo which is taking place this weekend at the LA Convention Center.  Enjoy live music, environmentally-focused films, an eco-fashion show, organic food, panel discussions with eco-minded celebrities, and other activiites.

Sonoma Environmental Film Festival

Planning to visit the breathtaking Napa Valley area of California later this month?  If so, be sure to check out the 2nd annual Sonoma Environmental Film Festival which aims to increase public awareness for the environment through a wide variety of inspiring and educational films. With 25+ films, there is sure to be one that […]

Top 10 Green New Year’s Resolutions

Well, it’s that time again…the new year is approaching fast, and many of you are contemplating which resolutions to make.  Why not incorporate some green practices that will be easy to do all year long?  Here’s my list of top 10 picks for going green at home and at the office:

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