Stop the Junk Mail
A handful of cities has implemented a new service that lets residents stop junk mail. If your city isn't one of them, you have options to keep wasteful, unwanted solicitations and catalogs out of your mailbox.
Junk mail, old books and other used paper can be easily recycled into something useful. Never buy notepads or envelopes again.
Where environmental groups claim financial incentives for recycling to be a costly and unnecessary form of expenditure, we see them as the only realistic option available which actually produces the desired effect.
How can we clean up our rural spaces best. Is it up to individuals or governments?
An established chicken keeper explains how easy it is to purchase baby chickens from poultry hatcheries.
While you may already look for eco-friendly organic wine when you select a bottle, you're probably not aware of the environmental implications of opting for a wine closed with natural cork in lieu of a less sustainable synthetic stopper.
This blog post covers receiving baby chicks by mail, minimizing chick starve-out, brooder waterers and feeders, and getting chicks contentedly settled in.
From switching out light bulbs to bundling up your water heater, environmental journalist, Simran Sethi, shares some simple and stress-free tips on how to save energy in your home.
How to recycle a junked refrigerator into a refrigerator root cellar that works at keeping produce chilled but not frozen during winter months.
Kitchen Gardeners International's 20ate campaign urges Americans to say no to junk food.
Simran Sethi explores resolutions for healthy eating and offers a resource, The Cleaner Plate Club.