Biofriendly DIY

ride a bike

10 Biofriendly Reasons to Get Out and Ride a Bike

If you haven’t already heard, May is National Bike Month and, as such, it’s the perfect time to bring up the benefits of riding a bike. Bike riding isn’t just for kids or professional riders. Hoping on a bike and pedaling around town can have numerous health benefits for pretty much anyone at any age. […]

biofriendly transportation

Some of the Benefits of Making Biofriendly Transportation Choices

In this month’s Biofriendly DIY, we’re going to cover some of the benefits of making biofriendly transportation options. Your choice of transportation, whether it be personal or work-related, can have a significant impact on the environment. Choosing more biofriendly ways of getting to and from your destination can be good for your personal well-being, as […]

Valentine's Day as green as can be

Making Valentine’s Day As Green As Can Be

Valentine’s Day is one of those great, DIY holidays. You don’t actually have to get sucked into the commercialism of the day to enjoy it. You don’t need to go out and buy a box of chocolates, bring your loved one a store-bought greeting card or come home with fresh cut flowers to make it […]

going green

Looking to Be More Biofriendly? Going Green Just Makes Sense.

While some people are all about living biofriendly and “going green”, others seem to protest having to make any changes in the daily or weekly routine to which they’ve become accustomed. The funny thing is, going green just makes sense. It doesn’t have to be a political issue, or an issue of whether you believe […]

sustainable living

Is It More Sustainable to Live in a City or the Suburbs?

Cities and suburbs both have their advantages and disadvantages. Cities provide more entertaining nightlife and career opportunities, but suburban areas offer a more quiet, family-friendly setting. Each also impacts climate change slightly differently. Which option is better for sustainable living? Cities tend to be more eco-friendly and here are a few reasons why.  The City […]

digital nomad

Is It Possible To Be An Eco-Friendly Digital Nomad?

One of the most significant changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has been the revolution in remote working. Initially coming about as a matter of necessity as many countries ‘locked down’, remote working became something both employers and employees found to be a positive.  Indeed, it looks to be the case that a certain […]

This Week In Green – May 6, 2022

We’ve got a portable desalination unit from MIT, a plastic-eating enzyme, a tire dust collector and a timber thief turned good! All on This Week in Green for March 6th, 2022. 

spring cleaning

Go Green While You Spring Clean! 6 Eco-Friendly Cleaning Alternatives for Your Home.

Is there anything better than getting rid of winter dust bunnies and grime after months of cold-weather hibernation? Annual spring cleaning is a pastime people traditionally participate in worldwide. However, many commercial cleaning solutions are made with harmful chemicals that pose a risk to you, your family, your pets, and the environment. According to the […]

sustainability goals

How to Plan Short-term and Long-term Sustainability Goals

Adopting sustainable practices is clearly a responsibility for everyone. We all interact with the environment and, as such, we need to protect it. This is something we’ve known for a long time and yet the fact remains we’re teetering on the precipice edge of a climate emergency. One thing we need to accept is we […]

This Week In Green – Apr 29, 2022

This Week in Green is back as we share the latest environmental news with sponge cities, hydrogen ferries, the death of styrofoam, and super okra goo! And in our final segment we address Hollywood’s latest efforts to go green and all the ways we think they can do much better.