With prices dropping, is now the time to buy an electric car? Read up on the prospects of going green with an alternative energy vehicle.
This summer, subways and city metrolines got a little less crowded for people living and working in the windy city. Along with officials in other U.S. cities such as L.A. and New York, Chicago city managers are hoping tourists and commuters will make a transportation change in favor of a single passenger vehicle — the bicycle.
Going green doesn’t have to be expensive or life-changing. Here are some ways that you can easily go green on a college budget!
April is Earth Month and a great time to reflect on our impact on the environment – and to have a good time in the name of Mother Earth. Outside of the typical planet-friendly initiatives like planting trees, riding your bike to work and cutting down on electricity, there are a few out-of-the-box activities that can help you kick off a cleaner, greener April.
In a world of emerging green trends, how do you navigate the best options for eating green both in your home and while you’re out for a night on the town?
When traveling, it can be difficult to maintain the same standards of recycling, composting, and energy consumption that you do while at home. Fortunately, there are a few green luxury hotels to help with that.
It’s going green in tech week! If you’re still not convinced that going green with your technology, lifestyle, and product purchases is a must-do, check out these seven reasons why we suggest going green.
For Going Green in Tech Week, we’re sharing a few of the top energy sources powering our world’s green technology today.
It’s Going Green in Tech Week, and we’re at the forefront of embracing green technology. This week, we’ll be posting a blog series comprised of four posts talking about what we can expect to see forthcoming in green technology this year. We’re kicking off with five green tech trends for 2013, from solar power to coal. We can’t wait to see what other trends emerge throughout the year.
Maybe spring hasn’t quite sprung, but the 2013 groundhog (Punxsutawney Phil, if you must know) did predict an early spring this year. With that in mind, you may be thinking home renovations and décor. We pulled a few of our favorite tips for green decorating from Pinterest.