An electronic sabbatical something everyone can use! Make sure to take the time off from staring at those screens.
The Department of Energy estimates you could save 10% every month when you unplug appliances when not in use.
Most of us have grown accustomed to throw-away culture as companies continue to make technology obsolete from the moment we take it home. This week Noel and Jacob talk about a few cool resources that are available for fixing what you own, the positive environmental impact of slowing consumerism, and that we just might be surrounded by astronauts.
How to Dispose of Old Gadgets without Harming Nature Are you going to buy a new phone or laptop? What will happen to your old device? Here are a few green tips on how to get rid of outdated devices without causing any harm to the environment. Nowadays technology seems to advance very fast, offering […]
Image by U.S. Army Environmental Command / Creative Commons To many, recycling e-waste ranks right up there with going to the dentist and protecting your compost pile from marauding wildlife. But leaving a 36-inch TV on the curb really is not the best way to ensure it’s going to find a safe afterlife. E-waste is […]
Energy is something each one of us uses every day. From coal-powered energy to renewable energy to the energy our bodies use to get through the day. Energy is an integral part of our lives. So what steps can each of us take if we’re looking to improve our energy? Image by johnnyalive Let’s look […]