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5 Cities With a Vision for a Sustainable Future

While many individuals are doing their part to create a more environmentally-sound future, certain cities are mindful of their environmental footprint, too. These places are going out of their way to make sure tomorrow’s generations have access to all the natural resources, energy and clean air they deserve. While many cities around the world are […]

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3 Fun, Yet Simple Ways to Keep Your St. Patrick’s Day Biofriendly

Whether you’ve got Irish blood flowing through your veins or you’re just Irish for the day, we’ve got a few simple, yet fun, ways to keep your St. Patrick’s Day biofriendly.

Earth Day: What Is Your Act of Green?

Each year, on April 22nd, people all across the globe join together to celebrate Earth Day. The day itself is actually the anniversary of what many consider to be the modern-day environmental movement. This year marks the 47th anniversary of Earth Day and in it’s honor, millions of people around the world are being asked […]

Californians May Soon Be Generating Electricity on Their Daily Commute

Traffic in Los Angeles, and throughout the state of California, can often be quite a nightmare. It’s one of the many reasons more and more drivers are choosing electric vehicles (EVs), hybrids and public transportation.  I mean it’s kind of scary to think how much gasoline and money goes to waste every day just due to cars […]

Sustainability and Super Bowl 50

With millions upon millions of eyes focused on the San Francisco Bay area and Super Bowl 50 this weekend, and game-watching parties happening all around the world, It raises the question of the sustainability of the big game. The Super Bowl is not exactly one of the greenest and most eco-friendly events in the world, […]

Eco-Friendly Transportation: Bike Sharing Coming to L.A.

(Photo from Metro’s The Source) For years, the City of Los Angeles has taken pride in being able to offer various eco-friendly transportation options to its residents, visitors and guests. Now it appears a new form of eco-friendly transportation is on the way. According to the official Metro news release, 65 bike-sharing stations are going to be […]

When it Comes to Green Buildings, Energy and Transportation, How Does Your City Rate?

This Earth Day attention is being drawn to the concept of green cities. When a city becomes “green” it becomes more sustainable, generates fewer harmful emissions, increases its dependency on renewable energies, becomes more environmentally-friendly and lowers its overall carbon footprint. A green city is a clean city, inside and out. There are many components […]

Some of My Favorite Ways to Green St. Patrick’s Day

Every year St. Patrick’s Day gets me thinking about all of the ways in we can celebrate this wonderfully-green day. You will of course want to wear green so as not to get pinched…now don’t say I didn’t warn you. Finding a four-leaf clover is another fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as who […]

Sustainability and the Super Bowl

Sustainability and the Super Bowl. Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day (second only to Thanksgiving). Unfortunately, even with that being the case, not all of the food people make, buy or order will be consumed. Much of it will go to waste. You also need […]

10 Money-Saving Transportation Tips

According to reports, the average American travels in their vehicle an estimated 37 miles each and every day. That is over 13,000 miles per person, per year, which is double the amount we drove 30 odd years ago. Needless to say, such transportation habits can and are having a negative impact on the environment, the […]