How To Green Your School

E.B. Boyd by E.B. Boyd | July 30th, 2012 | 1 Comment
topic: Green Living | tags: children, compost, composting, eco, eco-conscious, education, education and recycling, environmentally friendly, go green, green, green kids, Green Living, green-power, kids, landfills, parents, recycle, recycling bins, reduce, reuse, school, school recycling program, teachers

School recycling program

It’s back to school time for most families, which means it’s a great time to think about how your school is doing on the green front — especially when it comes to the basics, like recycling.

If your school doesn’t already have a recycling program in place, consider starting one. Experts say the general steps to follow are:

Not Ready For Solar? Buy Green Power & Get Started!

John Schaeffer by John Schaeffer | March 10th, 2008 | 5 Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: Energy-Efficiency-and-Renewable-Energy, green-power, green-pricing-programs

Living completely off all grids (electric, water, phone, internet, and social) as I have for many years, I get spoiled and jaded all in green. It sometimes makes me forget how many people just don’t have the solar option. But even for you there are many ways to go green that don’t cost an arm and a leg and that will make you feel a whole lot better about yourself and your impact on the Planet.