Displaying items by tag: Green Living

Traveling for the Planet, Image: elizaveta/AdobeStock.comTraveling for the Planet  
Sustainable Ways to Explore the World  

After more than a year in social isolation, many of us are ready to hit the road, meet new people, fly to exotic locations and enjoy the sights and flavors of anywhere-but-here. Although the travel industry is raring to serve pent-up demand, this unprecedented respite can be an opportunity to reset priorities. When choosing hotels, modes of transportation, places to shop and dine, and other activities, consider their ...

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Healthy Home, Image: tatiana/Pexels.comHealthy Home  
How to Detoxify a Living Space  

As the world moves into its second year of a viral pandemic, many of us are still spending most of our time at home—working, exercising, hanging out with family and as with any other year, cooking and cleaning. There’s no better time to take stock of these surroundings and purge them of...

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The Promise of Regenerative Organic Farming  

With its dependence on chemical pesticides and fertilizers, heavy tilling techniques, concentrated animal feeding practices and mono-crops—all designed to maximize yields—conventional farming has come at a great cost. Conventional intensive farming practices have significant negative consequences for the land and surrounding...

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Hemp-Derived Cannabidiol, Image: kostrez/AdobeStock.comHemp-Derived Cannabidiol  
A Primer on the Latest Research  

Ever since the Farm Bill of 2018 legalized the commercial production of hemp, U.S. sales of cannabidiol (CBD) have exploded onto the scene with hundreds, perhaps thousands, of vendors popping up around the country. CBD, a cannabinoid, is abundant in the hemp flower. By law, hemp is...

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The Benefits of Using Electric Bikes   

Gas-guzzlers are the worst of vehicles, emitting harmful pollutants and using up non-renewable natural resources. An Earth-friendlier alternative for work commutes or pleasurable neighborhood spins is the e-bike, powered by...

Climate Anxiety, Image: saray leal/AdobeStock.comClimate Anxiety  
Navigating Our Emotions as the Planet Changes  

Following a record-breaking hurricane season, out-of-control wildfires and a deadly prolonged pandemic, many of us are anxious and fearful, prompted by the growing realization of being in a state of...

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Eco-Friendly Holiday Ideas Eco-Friendly Holiday Ideas  
’Tis the Season to Save the Planet  

When the holiday classic Jingle Bells starts playing in department stores, Americans deck the landfills with extra trash. According to the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), garbage increases by 25 percent between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day—or about 1 million...

The Green Burial Revolution The Green Burial Revolution  
Sustainable End-of-Life Options  

There’s an emerging movement in the funeral industry, fueled by environmentalism and a yearning to accept mortality and reclaim a connection to...

Wishful Recycling Wishful Recycling  
What Not to Put in the Bin  

F or those that have been putting recyclables in a plastic bag and placing it in a curbside bin, it’s likely going straight into a landfill. That bowling ball, those yard clippings and dirty pizza boxes are...

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Greener Green Grass Greener Green Grass
Why Organic Lawns Make Eco-Sense

With its dependence on synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, America’s 63,000 square miles of lawns rely on fossil fuels, put pressure on water supplies and devastate...

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