Friday, January 18, 2008

Ten Ways to a Greener Lifestyle

If you have been thinking of being kinder to the Earth this year, you really should read this article on Austin360.com. Full of common sense ideas (run dishwasher when full and use air dry cycle), frightening eco-facts (Americans toss 22 billion empty plastic bottles in the trash each year), and ideas to make being greener more fun (find the time and space to find your inner farmer).

click to read: Ten ways to a greener kitchen

The original article:
Ten ways to a greener kitchen
Small personal changes can be seeds for global change.
By Jeanne Besser
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
Wednesday, January 16, 2008


2 comments:

Jed said...

Living green takes some planning but one of the interesting things about being Green is that it doesn't cost a fortune to do. A lot of people get the misconception that it cost extra to live Green. The reality is initially maybe but in the end you save more then you originally spend cause you are only paying for what you actually use!

CyberCelt said...

@jed-Thanks for commenting. I save so much money by recycling and buying used. I also find such things of value that others have thrown out.

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