Articles Tagged “Eco-Friendly”


Hooray for Eco Friendly Crafts for Kids

As any parent can attest, juggling all of life’s demands and trying to find quality time to spend with family is difficult enough before you start trying to come up with and prep for crafty projects (Pinterest be damned!).


Win a 3 Month Subscription to Green Kid Crafts

We’re excited to partner with Green Kid Crafts, an earth friendly kids craft kit subscription service.

Planet Power Fist

We Need To Do More Than Believe

“We gotta do more than believe if we want to see the world change.” ~Dave Matthews

Maggie and Daddy 2011

SOULSPEAK: Interview with Ben Macrory

This entry is part 3 of 10 in the series SOULSPEAK

Ben Macrory works at the Green School in Bali, giving international students academic skills and social awareness to be successful and impactful in their world. Read Juno Cristi’s interview with him!

Green valley during sunset

10 Reasons To Go Organic

Going organic can mean a lot of things. Most importantly, however, going organic means you’re…


Preparing for Summer: Ideas for Summertime Sustainability

As the summer months begin to creep in, the temperature begins to creep up.

Algae Extraction

Overcoming Oil with Algae

The world is in crisis: oil will not last as a resource, but we still require fuel. What outlook does algae biofuel have?

Recycled colored pencils

Upcycling: Turning your Trash into Treasure

Reduce, reuse, recycle – this simple tenet has helped guide environmentalists and sustainability activists alike since its inception. But, more often than not, recycling alone is a matter of media focus.

oil mining at sunset

Energy Security in America: How Well Have We Performed?

Energy security is a policy area all nations – both big and small – must take very seriously. Find out how the United States stacked against countries like Canada, the UK, and Spain.

Restoration of Conductivity

Restoration of Conductivity: Beating E-Waste

The rapid build up of electronic waste has government officials looking for a solution. Researchers at the University of Illinois may have an answer: restorative electronics.