Family Planning and Fish Pollution

by Lisa Stauber November 26th, 2015

Caring about the environment means caring about our local waterways. Polluted waterways damage ecosystems, harm animals, and are an early sign of impending ecological disaster.

Unfortunately, many people don’t think about how

Read More

CFL Lighting, Pros and Cons

by Lisa Stauber November 19th, 2015

Compact Fluorescent Lamps, or CFLs, are a technological marvel of efficiency. They deliver the same amount of light as regular bulbs but use one-fourth of the energy. Several states are considering outlawing the sale of conventional lightbulbs to encourage consumers to use CFLs exclusively.

The new bulbs easily replace standard incandescent bulbs in most fixtures. They produce less heat, lower electricity

Read More


by Louise November 12th, 2015
In a previously posted article, The Green Guide, Preserve Food Storage was briefly mentioned as the greenest storage product available. The Preserve team is a dedicated group of people who have done more than make 100%  recycled storage products, they have developed ways to recycle #5 plastics, an essential step toward a greener America, which very few companies provide.

The Preserve products are all made from #5 plastic that would otherwise go straight to the
Read More
  • Greenest States

    by Jaclyn Abergas November 5th, 2015
    Are you looking to move somewhere that's more eco-friendly? Are you curious to find out which state is as green as it gets? Here is a list of the greenest states in the US and what makes them part of this list.


    Washington tops this list. Their high standing is due to the high number of LEED buildings in the
    Read More
  • New Green Ideas Every Day: Home

    by Jaclyn Abergas October 29th, 2015
    Some people think it's time-consuming and expensive to go green. But that's not true. It's really easy and not a lot of people realize that they already do it everyday.


    - Substitute towels/rags for paper towels. Think of all the money you'll save from buying less paper towels. Use kitchen towels to wipe the counters, sinks, floors, stove, etc. Be
    Read More
  • Grin and Bare (Foot) It

    by Angela Yorke October 22nd, 2015
    Unless you’re from Asia, it’s likely that you rarely go barefoot inside the home. In my opinion, removing footwear indoors has a lot to do with comfort. Freeing your feet from the confines of your footwear, even the comfortable type, is just like loosening your belt after a large meal, assuming you wear a belt. As it turns out,
    Read More