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Paper, Straws, and Cups!

“Now let’s take a look at another impact on forests: paper, including the smallest items like tissue paper or the wrapper on a drinking straw can lead to the destruction of tropical forests. Environmentalists have long pressured big corporations to change their ways.” –Battling Deforestation In Indonesia, One Firm At A Time Listen to the … Continue reading

There is More Than Beans in the Bulk Bins

And there is more to beans than chili! I consider myself a master at economical and healthy shopping. And one of my secrets is shopping in the bulk aisle. Luckily for me there is a health food store not too far away that has an extensive organic bulk section. I make an afternoon of heading … Continue reading

My Green New Year’s Resolutions

It might be clichè, but I have been thinking about some goals for myself for 2009 that I can actually accomplish. I realized that 5 of my top 10 goals had to do with developing my awareness of the environment and local community, educating myself and making some small changes that hopefully have some positive … Continue reading

My Green New Year’s Resolutions

It might be clichè, but I have been thinking about some goals for myself for 2009 that I can actually accomplish. I realized that 5 of my top 10 goals had to do with developing my awareness of the environment and local community, educating myself and making some small changes that hopefully have some positive … Continue reading

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