More and more sustainable alternatives are becoming widely available for many common goods. Check out this list to see what items you can exchange for an eco-friendly alternative.
Toxic materials such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, beryllium, chromium and other components of electronics contaminate both the environment and harm the workers processing them. By recycling old electronics locally and responsibly, we make sure that toxic waste is not contributing to environmental or health problems elsewhere in the world.
While many people don’t associate laser technology with environmental health, lasers actually offer many ecological benefits over their competitors.
Greening at the office might be harder, especially if you have people who have a different devotion to how much they want to go green. This infographic gives you some inspiring ideas to get started.
Homemade infused waters present a wonderful opportunity to choose a healthier beverage alternative. They are easy to make and full of nutrients.
Green living is becoming a popular trend among A-list celebrities, from Leonardo DiCaprio to Brad Pitt. But we rarely fixate on their contributions to the natural world unless they are Jane Goodall or David Attenborough. Here are five top Hollywood celebrities doing good for all things green.
Did you know that passive housing can help you save 90% of the energy that you’d use in a conventional home? Or that a building must use no more than 15 kilowatt hours of electricity per square metre in a year for it to obtain passive house status?