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Chris Keenan

Chris is a green guest blogger and food enthusiast, you can read his personal cooking blog at thekeenancookbook.com

Turn Playtime Green: How to Pick Eco-Friendly Toys

Selecting green toys for your children benefits both your family and the planet.
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Exercising the Eco-Friendly Way: 5 Tips for Success

Making a few changes to your workout routine can make a big difference for the Earth.
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How to Eliminate Bathroom Mildew and Soap Scum without Toxic Cleaners

You don’t have to use heavy chemicals in order to keep your bathrooms free from dirt, soap scum, and mildew. These techniques will do the job in an environmentally friendly way.
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Living Happier and Healthier: What a Green Lifestyle Can Do for You

Living a green life does not have to mean making sacrifices. Instead, it is important to focus on everything an eco-friendly lifestyle can do for you and your family.
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Choosing an Eco-Friendly Career: 4 Surprising Green Jobs

Choosing an eco-friendly career is a great way to help the environment. Because there are so many ways to go green in the workplace, it is possible to select a job you are passionate about as well.

Start Your Happily Ever After Off Right: Tips for a Green Honeymoon

Plan an eco-friendly honeymoon. You can have fun and help conserve natural resources all at the same time!

Buying a Car in 2014? Consider These Eco-Friendly Options

If you are in the market for a new vehicle, one of these eco-friendly options might be just what you are looking for.

5 Big Businesses That Care About the Earth

Big businesses are doing their part to help out the Earth, and some of the most committed will surprise you.
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Green Home Ideas: Smart Technology that Won’t Break the Bank

Eco-friendly technology products are an affordable way to make strides toward a greener existence.

Save the Earth, One Step at a Time

Keeping the planet in good shape for future generations is an important task. The good news is that there are simple ways to be a little greener in daily life.


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How to Feed Your Dog in an Environmentally-Friendly Way

Looking for ways to minimize your environmental impact while still providing your furry friend with a healthy and balanced diet? Our comprehensive guide on how to feed your dog in an environmentally-friendly way is just what you need!
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Vegan Red Pepper Tofu and Chickpea Spread Recipe

Red pepper spreads are usually chock full of cream and cheese – making them a delight for the palette but a terror to the waistline. They are also eradicated from the vegan diet due to their animal-based ingredients. This version is incredibly healthy and also protein-filled.
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Does Coffee Kill Plants? The Truth About Using Coffee as a Soil Amendment and...

Find out whether coffee is harmful to plants and learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using coffee grounds as a soil amendment or fertilizer. Discover other natural fertilizers to help your plants thrive.

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The Latest Developments and Breakthroughs in Solar

The solar industry has come a long way in just the last few years. The latest developments and breakthroughs in solar technology include longer-lasting solar cells, solar cells that you can print onto flexible surfaces, solar panels that track the sun from east to west throughout the day, and solar power plants that work at night. Here's a breakdown of the breakthroughs we're most excited about.
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Going Green at Easter: How To Celebrate Sustainably

Here we share a few sustainable Easter ideas which will help you reuse your decorations year after year, and make even the brightest Easter baskets easily affordable.
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How to Use Chicken Manure as Fertilizer

Chicken manure is an excellent fertilizer for gardens big and small. It's rich in nutrients that improve the health of your plants. In fact, it is often referred to as "black gold" by gardeners because of its ability to give plants a significant boost. Here's everything you need to know about using it in your garden.

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