I just found this site thanks to Lifehacker. The site has lots of tips on making your life more green. Here's a rundown on some of the site highlights...
The first installments of our How to Green Your Life series are out and cover your public transportation and meals...with more to come.
An unassuming Minneapolis city may be the first to bring solar-powered Wi-Fi to its citizens.
Starting in 2007, a new daylight savings time will save us upwards of 3 billion kilowatt hours of energy.
Now that we can buy wind power cards next to the granola bars at the grocery store, do we really understand what they do?
Slate.com and TreeHugger have teamed up to create the Green Challenge, a step-by-step program for greening your daily grind.
The 100-Mile Thanksgiving Challenge is on, bringing the holiday closer to home.
Winners of this year's TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Prize include Architecture for Humanity founder Cameron Sinclair and legendary biologist E.O. Wilson.
Also in TreeHugger, our guest bloggers from Live | Work examine growing trend of products of service and access over ownership, green chemistry for the masses, and how to make your own non-toxic wallpaper paste.
I'm a Christ follower, author, blogger, podcaster and storyteller. I published my first novel, St. Peter's Brewery in Dec. of 2009. Find out more at http://www.stpetersbrewery.info.
I work for a community college district to pay the bills.
On April 28, 2007 I married my best friend and the love of my life, Laurie Janine.
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