Greenliving: Green superstore, Charity for Sustainability, Staycation
By Frederick Carle on July 18th, 2008
Could you be a freegan?: Could you adopt a lifestyle where you bought nothing and lived off the discards of other people? Freegans are doing just that and it’s easier than you think.
Cradle to Cradle: the next Industrial Revolution: When a new pair of shoes, a desk chair, or even an envelope are designed, often the creators try to imagine every conceivable use and situation it might encounter in its life. But, what about afterwards?
8 Rules for a successful staycation: Are you suffering from vacation envy as you see your plans vanishing due to skyrocketing prices for gas and airline tickets? Go on a staycation. Save money, avoid crowds, and arrive back at work relaxed and refreshed.
Plan a backyard campout: Our children are putting at least five hours a day in front of electronic screens but only 15 minutes a day outside. Get the kids communing with nature with an outdoor sleepover party.
Behind Blue Eyes guitar raises green funds: Christie’s of London recently auctioned off one of Pete Townshend’s guitars for over $27,000. The money will donated to the U.S.A. based group Alliance for Sustainability to support their various ecological projects.
Bill C-51 may put Canadians at risk: Should our vitamins be treated like prescription drugs? Should prescription drug be fast tracked onto the market without clinical testing?
Loblaw inspires green with its new LEED Superstore: For Canadians lucky enough to have one in their neighbourhood, Loblaw has become the place to shop for sensible green products and organic produce at reasonable prices.