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DIY projects are an important part of green living. You choose the materials. You choose the method of construction. You determine just how green you want your project to be. It can even be upcycled or repurposed. At the end of the project, you have a nice craft, piece of furniture, or decorative piece for your home, inside or out, to enjoy for yourself or give as a gift to someone you love. You may even discover that you can get items that are just as nice as designer products for a fraction of the price when you make them yourself. It’s a win for everyone — but the biggest winner is the planet.
We’ve scoured the Web to bring you 30 of the best DIY blogs for 2015. View them at your own peril. We’re sure you’re about to become addicted to a new way of going green 🙂 .
Of all the rooms in the average home, the kitchen presents the greatest opportunity for big hits and bigger misses when it comes to green practices. Whether you’re building a kitchen, remodeling your existing kitchen, or just looking for new ways to “green up” your lifestyle, these great tips will help you knock your kitchen practices out of the park in favor of the planet.
The United States is home to more than 300 million people, and a great number of those people over the age of 16 (in most states) drive at some point during an average day. These high numbers leave a lot of potential harm for the planet riding our roads each and every day.
But there are things you can do as a driver that can help to scale back the harm you do on the road.
While other countries across the globe have been adopting federal initiatives to go green, the U.S. has left this challenge, in large part, to local governments in large cities and small towns throughout the nation. Though not exhaustive, the examples listed below are outstanding showcase cities that offer glimpses for what cities of all sizes can do to make greener, more sustainable choices.
There are a lot of wines that qualify as eco-friendly wines and a great deal of diversity about what does and does not qualify as organic. Unfortunately, not all wines claiming to be organic are fully organic. Labeling inconsistencies don’t exactly help either.
It may be a small room, but its impact on the planet can be mighty. The bathroom is one of the most important rooms of the house when it comes to making changes for the sake of the planet.
If you’re ready to take the plunge and make your bathroom over in a manner that’s much more planet-friendly, these are some of the changes you’ll want to keep in mind.
Water is a precious commodity. In some U.S. states, as well as around the world, it’s even more precious due to prolonged drought conditions. However, the beauty and bounty of flowers and plants are equally precious – in different ways. The good news is that there are many different types of plants that conserve water while still providing beauty, greenery, and shade to the world around them.
Going green at the office can help you save some serious green on your energy costs – if you choose the right methods. Some, like the ones mentioned below, are surprisingly simple and highly effective. Keep these in mind and make your move today to reduce energy expenditures in your office.
Summer is nearing, and thoughts for many are turning to taking a vacation. But traveling to a beach-lined boardwalk, tropical island resort, or one of Mickey’s amusement parks aren’t your only options. This summer why not think outside the box and plan an awesome staycation?
Because the word sustainable means different things to different people, it can be difficult to pinpoint an exact definition of the term sustainable clothing. For some, it’s all about buying clothing from responsible companies that do not carry profit as their primary pursuits. For others, it’s about resisting the urge to buy new clothes and turning to used clothing items instead. Still others use some combination of the two in order to have a sustainable wardrobe on multiple fronts.