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The Green Economy and I, Robot

{Note to the reader: this is my entry into the UNEP’s World Environment Day (WED) blogging competition, addressing the 2012 theme: The Green Economy – Does It Include You? After considering many examples of who the ‘you’ in the title could refer to, I’ve decided to hand over this blog entry to my GAIA (General […]

February 10th

Eco-Friendly Cookware

Eco-friendly cookware means it is good for the environment, whether it is biodegradable, made from sustainable materials, or is made in a way that does not hurt the environment. Cast iron is good for the environment because these pots and pans last for generations, if cared for correctly. The cast iron cookware I have was […]

January 12th

Are You Taking Global Warming Personally?

It… should not be surprising that the U.S. Pentagon states that global warming is a larger threat than even terrorism. “Picture Japan, suffering from flooding along its coastal cities and contamination of its fresh water supply, eyeing Russia’s Sakhalin Island oil and gas reserves as an energy source”, suggests a Pentagon memo on global warming. […]

November 3rd

Going Green Tip 1: Step Back

I’m going to start off this series with something probably a little unexpected. Before you get into specific, practical ways of going green, you have to have a good reason for going green in the first place. There are practical economic and health reasons on the personal level that definitely warrant going green. Additionally, there […]

August 3rd

Going Green Tips

I’m starting a new series here on Planetsave. In order to help you all (and ourselves) in “going green,” I or others will start writing short “going green tips” from time to time. I hope these will be useful to you, and if you ever have any going green suggestions, post them on our Facebook […]

August 2nd