Green Your Fourth

This fourth of July, add a little green into your red, white and blue. Below are a few tips to help you make the latest holiday your greenest yet! Ditch the Disposables I know, I know, they are SO convenient. However, they are SO bad for the environment. Reusable plates and utensils are still the... Continue Reading →

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Olympic Venues – Is the price worth it?

Now that the 2018 Winter Olympics have come to a close I thought the venues from past & present would be an interesting topic to research. These venues can cost billions (yes, billions, with a b) of dollars to build, not to mention the resources and countless hours spent on labor along with the money... Continue Reading →

Take Action

One of the obstacles of “going green” is that it can feel insurmountable.  Don’t get discouraged though, there are plenty of things that we can do as individuals that can and will make a difference.  Here are a couple of things that you can incorporate into your life today, that will make a difference. Start... Continue Reading →

Simple Living

One of the things that I have learned through my research into this sustainable, minimalist lifestyle is that one of the best benefits is a simpler life.  Think about everything you have to do on a daily basis, it can get kind of hectic, right?  Don’t we all wish we had a little more ‘simple’... Continue Reading →

Green Building 101

There are several different kinds of green building qualifications, standards, certifications and all of those other buzzwords you may hear, but may not know what they mean. Here’s a quick guide to clear some of those up. LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is the oldest and one of the most recognizable building certifications... Continue Reading →

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