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Green Advertising and “How Green is TOO Green?”

Clorox recently came out with an advertising campaign that mocks “greenorexics.”  You know the type, the over-vigilant eco-warriors that chide other people who don’t recycle.  The new ad campaign, called, “You Don’t Have to be Ridiculous to be Green,” is based off of recent research that found that “women think it’s trendy to be environmentally … Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions

I am addicted to resolutions.  I make a new goal each month, and promptly abandon them for a new and “improved’ resolution the next month.  Over the course of last year, I resolved to be more adventurous, to drive less, to lose weight, to give up all plastic items, to start composting, to spend less, … Continue reading

Our Plastic Nightmare

The infographic below comes from one of our community members, Allison Morris.  Allison helped researchers at Education Database Online to create this awesome graphic and gave us a head up on it! Enjoy the graphic below, and check out for the original!

What makes it green?

When I walk into a cafe or lunch place, I feel good about eating there when I see that the plastic cups are biodegradable.  Those little green lines on the cup and the signs proclaiming less waste make my environmentalist heart happy. But these disposable plates, cups, and silverware, might not really be any more … Continue reading