This week is Carnival of the Green #171 and it's being hosted by Joe Kennedy and his blog The Enobling Journey. Through his blog, Joe shares the steps that he's taking in his own life to be more green. He's hoping to educate his readers while also
350.org: International Power Shifting (VIDEO) by Will
"Many of us are still catching up from the energy and excitement from the massive 12,000+ person PowerShift in Washington D.C. last weekend. One element of the conference that we hadn't yet
This week is Carnival of the Green #170 and it's being hosted by Emmett Duffy and his blog The Natural Patriot, which is dedicated to cultivating and putting to work a new and universal ideal of patriotism appropriate to the new Millennium. Emmett is
Cadbury Dairy Milk Fairtrade: Is the future of Fairtrade with big switches by big companies or increasing access to the pioneer brands? "Cadburys says in the FT today that it's not trying to undermine the pioneering 100% Fairtrade companies such as
This week is Carnival of the Green #169 and it's being hosted by Turning Transparent in a Green World. A huge thanks to Mary, who stepped in last minute to host. Her blog addresses the issues behind going public with sustainable product production,
EcoWordly: Can Bamboo Save Our Forests and Help End Poverty? by Bryan Nelson
"According to the Hanoi-based Prosperity Initiative, a shift toward more bamboo production by small scale farmers in Vietnam could bring 750,000 people out of poverty by 2020.
This week is Carnival of the Green #168 it's being hosted by My Zero Waste, a blog from the UK. It's about a family of four that are striving to reduce the amount of waste they send to landfill each week. You can follow their progress, leave a comment
Green by Design: Are Obama and Google Stimulating the Smart Energy Sector? by Sam Leppanen
"Great news for smart energy technology! Yesterday President Obama allocated $11 billion of the economic stimulus package to build a high-tech "smart grid"
This week is Carnival of the Green #167 it's being hosted by Reclaimed Home, a very cool website about low impact housing renovation and restoration in the New York area. Reclaimed Home offers tips and guidance for thrifty New Yorkers who are looking
This week is Carnival of the Green #166 is being hosted by our friend Chris Baskind and his blog, Lighter Footstep. Lighter Footstep believes that big changes happen a step at a time and provides tips on making the most of your weekly budget.
7Gen Blog: Carnival of the Green #165! by Chris
"Alison Kerr of the Homeschooler's Guide to the Galaxy asks, "What does growing green mean to you?" She explores three different aspects of growing green and how they work together to provide the impetus
This week is Carnival of the Green #165 is being hosted by Seventh Generation's "7Gen Blog". It's the voice of the Seventh Generation Nation, a place where the company shares thoughts and tips about living green, keeping families healthy, and social
This week is Carnival of the Green #164 is being hosted by GetWith Green, a site that's dedicated to providing home-owners, designers and those in the home construction and remodeling industry with the most in-depth news and information surrounding
Ideal Bite: Are you getting very, very sleepy? by Heather Stephenson
"You will be if you follow this tip. Conventional anti-insomnia pills work, but if you don't wanna lose sleep over side effects and potentially addictive ingredients, induce
De Smog Blog: Are Canada's Tar Sands in Peril? by Mitchell Anderson
"Stephen Harper could be in for rude awakening. For years, he has been dealing with likeminded climate change deniers in the Bush Administration who were only too happy to buy as much
This week is Carnival of the Green #162 is being hosted by Teensy Green, a blog that shares a wealth of information about alternative toys and products for your kids, including how to really have fun with your kids.
Good Clean Tech: Britain Phases Out 100W Incandescent Bulbs by Mariella Moon
"In just a few weeks' time, the British would see the next step of a voluntary withdrawal of incandescent lights by companies in the country... The switch to compact