Eco-friendly summer gardening is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding types of gardening, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. By picking the right summer flowers to brighten up your backyard, you’ll be able to empower yourself to have the most vibrant summer garden possible. Here are five of the best Eco-conscious full sun perennial flowers that will withstand the strong summer heat.
The simple taste of rice noodles becomes the perfect blank canvas for a variety of flavors. When combined with a flavorful sauce, the noodles take on a life of their...
Going green is a great way to exercise creativity and preserve the environment. It also provides children an opportunity to learn about responsible/sustainable living. Here are five creative green updates to consider for your home this summer.
Three billion people globally can’t afford to eat a healthy diet. Of these people, 690 million are hungry on a day-to-day basis. Food security is a growing issue, even in first-world nations. In countries like Canada, fast food is cheaper than fresh, healthy produce. So, how big of an issue is it? This Infographic breaks down the numbers.
The rise of Eco-consumerism fueled sustainable markets. Now, companies must adopt renewable energy sources to remain competitive in their fields. Brand image and customer loyalty improvements partially drove clean energy sales over the past year.
The air quality in your house can be more contaminated than the air outside, even in big cities where there is more industrialization! With most Americans spending nearly 90% of their lives indoors, shouldn't you at least consider the quality of air you're breathing? These tips will help you get cleaner air at home.
Whether you're spreading it on toast, mashing it for some guacamole, or even using it to make some healthy pancakes, avocados are a staple in many of our favorite snacks. So, what if you could grow your own avocado at home? It's actually easier that you think. This infographic walks you through the steps.
Whilst softening hard water will likely benefit you and your household, the same can’t be said for your garden. In fact, watering your garden, plants and soil with softened water is actually detrimental to their health.