TH Blog Love - Our Favourite Greens Of The Week


Alternative Consumer: Trees of Antiquity - Heirloom Organics by Maureen
"Thanks to Becky, who drew inspiration from one of our posts, and turned us on to beautiful, certified organic Trees of Antiquity. As Becky mentioned, 'very few farmers today are devoted to preserving the myriad of heirloom fruit and nut trees (particularly apples) that are disappearing from our fields and farms today.'"

Ecorazzi: Ecorazzi’s 2007 Green Celeb Gift List by Rebecca Carter
"It’s that time of year again, and our Green Celeb Gift List is back! Here you’ll find over 40 recommendations of products that are good for the planet and are celebrity favorites. Below the images, you’ll find more details on the products, including discount codes from several companies especially for Ecorazzi readers. Plus, learn how you can add your own recommendations to the list!"Got2BeGreen: Futuristic Eco-Island City Design by John Suarez
"Wolf Hibertz wants to use the oceans as a future site for homes. The visionary designer has found a way to use sunlight to turn minerals in seawater into limestone. The limestone would be used to construct floating island homes. Autopia Ampere would begin as a series of wire-mesh armatures anchored on top a sea mountain."

Savvy Vegetarian: Carnival of the Green 104 by Judy Kingsbury
"Since this is the season of consumerism (aka holiday spirit), to which green people are not immune - we present sustainable green shopping opportunites. Sadly, global warming is still with us, but solar power and other alternative energy sources are on the rise."

WorldChanging: The IPCC Report: The New World War Two by WorldChanging Team
"The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world’s leading scientific body on global warming and climate change, released its latest scientific synthesis report over the weekend. It came as the firmest statement yet that the climate crisis is now upon us and immediate action to dramatically reduce the fossil fuel pollution causing global warming is crucial."