It’s always a pain when you have to recycle an old computer battery, cell phone or another gadget, because it can be hard to find a place to recycle them correctly and (if you’re like me) for free. Now there’s a new option — Staples!
Climate scientist James Hansen, who co-authored a paper in 1981 about climate change, recently spoke out about the importance of blocking the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Saw this article a while ago, and just didn’t get around to linking to it. It’s about the need for investing in green technology, and why now is the time to do it.
I recently stumbled upon a company that offers green checks. Do you think checks will soon be obsolete?
The holidays are officially upon us, and many of us will be shipping some of our holiday presents. And even the United States Postal Service (USPS) has been getting in on the green movement!
America Recycles Day is Monday, November 15th. This event, which began in 1997, is a nationally recognized day to promote recycling programs across the United States. Do you have any big plans for this upcoming Monday? Is something going on in your community?
Join us in supporting Blog Action Day 2010, Water.
Here’s an easy way to go a little green and save a little money at the same time — adjust your ink and paper usage while printing.