Asia Is Green: Staying Alive Forever, Islam and Environmental Conservation by Eugene. "This article was first published in the Apr-Jun 07 edition of NADi by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS). We find the article enlightening and it gave us more insights on how the teachings of Islam promote environmental consciousness and protection. We think that more people should be exposed to the relationship between the environment and religion. So we have republished the article below (in 2 parts) with kind permission from MUIS."
Green Daily: The dirty dozen of fruits and veggies by Patricia Mayville-Cox
"If you would like to start moving into buying organic food slowly, the Environmental Working Group has come up with a list of fruits and vegetables that are best to buy from organic sources if possible. They call them The Dirty Dozen, because the group found that their counterparts tended to have the highest pesticide residues."Green Thing: Do the Green Thing by Naresh Ramchandani and Andy Hobsbaw
"Green Thing is a community that's here to help as many people as possible in as many countries as possible to do the Green Thing. A community of Green Things across the world will not only make a sizeable CO2 saving, it will encourage governments and businesses to do the Green Thing too." This month check out Green Thing's Walkcasts.
The Laboratory: Zo, Designs by Jill Danyelle
We love Jill 'FiftyRX3' Danyelle's new...ish blog. "ZO, is comprised of a couple of students at Design Academy Eindhoven who couldn't wait to start working... they also like to recycle."
World is Green: Carnival of the Green # 97 by Suhit Anantula
This week's Carnival includes such characters as The Bargain Queen, Fake Plastic Fish, A Swedish American in Sweden, Sox First and The DC Traveler, discussing themes such as 'How to choose better-quality clothes', 'Wait! Are you sure that’s recyclable?' and 'The challenges of going green'.