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the intricacies of eco-accounting by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living oh, my poor neglected blog...life's been keeping me way too busy... but i came across this article today and had to post. it's good to be aware of how ... Read on »
Social Networking for Greenies by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Someone sent around a press release yesterday aboutRiverwired, a social networking site for the eco-friendly community, knowing that I would likely write about it the next day ... Read on »
Yoga Retreat in Sedona by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living For those interested in some yoga-centric relaxation, Stacy Renz of Living Room Yoga sent over the following info about a September retreat: Healing Yoga in Sedona Retreat ... Read on »
Ohmtastic March Newsletter is up by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living This editionis all about the movies - Convenient Truths at Treehugger - Black Gold and the Fair Trade Debate - The Electric Car: Not Quite Dead Yet - 20% off at Ohmtastic. ... Read on »
Black Gold by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I had the good fortune to be invited to a free screening of the coffee trade documentaryBlack Goldlast night. Very powerful - once you see it you'll never want to buy coffe ... Read on »
Most Polluted Cities at BWeek by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The BusinessWeek website has aslideshow of the world's most polluted cities. I was surprised by the results - according to their list New Orleans has become the most polluted ... Read on »
Ad Council Tells Young Adults: Save Your Money! by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I've spotted several billboards around town urging me to put more away in my piggy bank. The "Feed the Pig" ad campaign is brought to us by our country's concerned CPAs in ... Read on »
A Volt of Electricity by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Sustainabloghas an interesting post on Chevy's concept plug-in hybrid car...here's to hoping it makes it into production! "'Green vehicles' aren't always particularly sexy, ... Read on »
Suave by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Overheard in Oakland: "Excuse me miss, can I have a quarter?....How about your phone number?" Read on »
Conscious Consuming goes to the source by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Conscious Consuminghad a great post recently that talks about where our food comes from. "Coffee, bananas, and pineapples are back-breaking crops. Coffee berries don't ripen ... Read on »
Adbusters says: Whoa, There! by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living In an effort to promote more mindful living, Adbusters is touting Jan. 14-20th as Slow Down week. Recommendations for taking full advantage of the Slow Down effect include: ... Read on »
Puff Daddy = Cruella de Vil? by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Questions & Answers in Green Living Am I the only one who thinks "fake fur" should mean "material NOT derived from living creatures"? "P Diddy, the king of bling and a fashion inspiration to million ... Read on »
The Economist Poo-Poos Conscious Consumption by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living More or less....here's the argument in a nutshell: "The standard economic argument against Fairtrade goes like this: the low price of commodities such as coffee is due to o ... Read on »
Vegetarianism linked to higher IQ by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Yes, folks, really. According to a study that compared IQ scores of 8000+ 10-year-olds in 1970 to their lifestyles today. "A Southampton University team found those who ... Read on »
Sustainable gift-giving by Kat .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living This month'sEarthEasynewsletter included some great tips on earth-friendly gifts for the holidays, such as giving services or experiences instead of objects.Read more of EE's ... Read on »