When my computer’s hard drive crashed this week, every techie I talked to said it was too fried to be rebuilt. So I did some quick research and headed over to Best Buy for a replacement. In case you haven’t been there recently, there are MOUNTAINS of computers to choose from. The salesman was going […]
As Halloween unofficially kicks off the holiday buying season, Big Green Purse is encouraging consumers to ask "Can I get it in ‘green’?" no matter what they’re looking for when they shop. The idea is to pressure the nation’s 1.6 million U.S. retailers more forcefully than ever before to offer the greenest products and services […]
The One in a Million campaign is inspiring thousands of women to shift $1,000 of their household budget to products and services that offer the greatest environmental benefit. Meet the latest "Millionaire": Christine G. from Pittsburgh, PA shifted almost $5,000 in the following ways: * Used Car – $4,700 * Organic Makeup – $23.00 * […]
Bisphenol-A, a toxic chemical used to make baby bottles, plastic water bottles, and food and beverage can liners, has been linked to heart disease and diabetes. Even so, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) insists that the chemical is fine for use by infants, children and adults. BPA, an artificial sex hormone, has produced […]
Thousands of women have joined the "One in a Million" campaign. Participating couldn’t be easier. They simply pledge to shift $1,000 of their annual household budget to products and services that offer the greatest environmental benefits. That doesn’t mean spend MORE money. It means spend money differently to make a difference. Deborah H. from Nashville, […]
Parents can save oodles of money by taking an "eco cheap" approach to back-to-school shopping. Where to start? * Ignore the huge supply lists that come home in kids’ backpacks. Over at the blog Green Talk, "Thrifty is the New Green for Back to School Supplies" reminds parents to check their "voluminous" stashes of pens, […]
What should you do if you want companies to go green? Demand it, of course. It’s a strategy that makes perfect sense, given that companies themselves say consumers are the biggest drivers of the sustainability changes they’re willing to make. In a recent study conducted by Ernst & Young and reported on by Mary Hunt […]
Before women get too excited about the nomination of Sarah Palin to the GOP Presidential ticket, they should pause long enough to take a look at her record. Political pundits have focused on her cred as a social conservative. But where does she stand on the environment? This summary compiled by Grist.org tells all: * […]
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