Monthly Archives: February 2013

Pets = Big Carbon Footprint

“You take small plastic bag to scoop up the poop…tie the bag with a little knot and, THEN WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE POOP??” My friend Teri asked as she searched for better ways of disposing of pet refuse. … Continue reading

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Kicking the Catalog Habit

You know what’s weird? I don’t even order from catalogs anymore – who does?  I might page through a catalog every now and then; but, one online order seems to spawn 100 catalogs. What’s the carbon impact of catalogs you … Continue reading

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Look at What My Husband Bought Me!

A compostable bottle of detergent! Yippee Skippy! He said its way too expensive to ever buy again (he kind of exaggerates, so we’ll see on that one). What an innovative idea. The outer container is recyclable or COMPOSTABLE (my new … Continue reading

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Time for Product Reviews!

On Monday Green Steve posted a link on FaceBook of his radio interview about how the UK (where he lives) could save half a million tonnes of C02 if everyone switched to recycled toilet paper. I chafe more at the whole … Continue reading

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