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Tristin and Tyler are twin brothers who love to find ways to save the earth in their series “Tristin and Tyler’s Tales from the City!” They are so excited about the show because they get a chance to share all of their fun adventures with the kids who watch!
Both in its product recommendations and the sustainable experiences it creates, ecofabulous is a trusted guide and inside source for the well-lived life. Founded by eco expert Zem Joaquin, it’s devoted to providing quick and usable recommendations with the latest need-to-know info. ecofabulous inspires and educates readers who don’t want to compromise style or quality but seek the recommendations of expert editors and designers.
Mom Start is about reviews, giveaways, and things that are going on around the web. Mom Start keeps track of what business are releasing to the public through reviews that are sent to me, press releases and searching things out myself. Mom Start is me, Louise Bishop, mother of two, wife, money saver, business woman, teacher/educator, house accountant, maid, nanny and author all wrapped up into one.
The Lazy Environmentalist is the media brand founded in 2005 by environmental entrepreneur Josh Dorfman to help consumers find green choices that are practical, attractive and awesome. From its inception as a blog, Josh developed The Lazy Environmentalist into a national radio show on SiriusXM (2006-2008), book series (2007 – present) and primetime reality television series on Sundance Channel (2009 & 2010).
A blog by Colin Beavan about what each of us can do to end our environmental crisis, make a better place to live for ourselves and everyone else, and hopefully come up with a happier way of life along the way.
WebEcoist goes beyond being an ordinary ‘green’ lifestyle, design and travel publication. Sure, you will find articles on eco-friendly food,sustainable technology and innovations both good and bad but you will also discover a vast array of environmental oddities, natural disasters,fantastic plants and amazing animals. The site is thus a (free) one-stop shop for everything about our Earth – including great guides to eco-friendly facts, the sustainable web, our environmental history and thegreen movement.
Tiny Green Mom is an informative online magazine written expressively for parents interested in all things “green,” from tips on living a healthier lifestyle to the latest organic products available for the entire family. Written by a former educator and massage therapist who is dedicated to sensible, green living for her family, Tiny Green Mom offers fresh content to today’s eco-conscious family in one convenient location. Here’s to the green life!
Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.
Laugh now — or the planet gets it.
You know how some people make lemonade out of lemons? At Grist, we’re making lemonade out of looming climate apocalypse.
It’s more fun than it sounds, trust us!
Grist has been dishing out environmental news and commentary with a wry twist since 1999 — which, to be frank, was way before most people cared about such things. Now that green is in every headline and on every store shelf (bamboo hair gel, anyone?), Grist is the one site you can count on to help you make sense of it all.
The mission of MOTHER NATURE NETWORK can be found at the top of every page on our site: “Improve Your World.”
But while many sites limit “your world” to only ”your planet,” MNN defines it in much broader terms. Just as your world encompasses many different aspects—your family, your health, your lifestyle, your business, your community……AND your planet—so too does MNN.
The Green Life was launched as an online addendum to the paper edition of Sierra magazine. We editors wanted more space in which to share information about the empowering ideas, interesting products, and trendsetting people making a difference in the green realm. So we started this blog.
TakePart is the digital division of Participant Media, whose slate of films includes An Inconvenient Truth, The Cove,Food, Inc., Waiting for Superman, and Page One: Inside the New York Times.
For the last 18 months, the Green Inc. blog has plumbed the fraught and increasingly fertile intersection of business and the environment. On topics as diverse as the debate over compact-fluorescent light bulbs, the carbon footprint of baby-making and the steady rise of the renewable energy industry, our team of contributors has kept you up to date on “the high-stakes pursuit of a greener globe,” as our mission statement put it.
KIWI is dedicated to helping parents raise their children the healthiest way possible. Our charge is to introduce families to the latest in natural and organic living—showing how to practice this lifestyle on an everyday basis.
Green Thing is a not-for-profit public service that inspires people to lead a greener life. With the help of brilliant videos and inspiring stories from creative people and community members around the world, Green Thing focuses on seven things you can do – and enjoy doing.
We’re a group of passionate people that believes…
An individual has the power to change the world. A united community is more powerful than the sum of its parts. The world is at its best when none of its elements go to waste. More importantly, we’re a group of passionate people that makes these things happen every day. And it’s all through one pretty simple approach: You take small actions. We give you everyday rewards. The world gets greener.
Earth911.com is a privately owned, for-profit company that specializes in providing consumers with accessible and actionable recycling information across the country.
Our Recycling Directory is the most accurate and comprehensive directory of its kind, and contains information for recycling over 240 different products that are free for consumers to use on our website, toll-free and bilingual hotline (1-800 CLEANUP) and our free iPhone application (iRecycle). We have over 800,000 locations and programs that people can search in our directory to find local recycling and disposal resources.
Summer Tomato offers tips and advice on healthy eating, especially for foodies in urban areas. This site is created and edited by Darya Pino, PhD, who is a trained scientist, San Francisco foodie and advocate of local, seasonal foods.
Health is our greatest resource and though it sometimes seems elusive, anyone can achieve it. Long-term health and weight loss are within your reach, but you can’t rely on a short-term plan to get you there.
Eco18 is a collective of creative writing individuals with a common goal—to live a healthier more natural lifestyle. From diverse backgrounds, cultures and interests, their combined expertise, humor and opinions will explore green and sustainable in a practical, fun way.
No judgments, no preaching just an exploration of doing a little bit, everyday to make our world a better, cleaner place for the generations to come. It’s a learning process for us all.
It started with smilinggreenmom.com and now Eco18 is an evolution of one moms conversation expanded to include the universe of voices all looking to connect, share and learn.
There’s a lot we can do together… Join us as often as you can…we love company!
Healthy, cost-conscious eco living
Your home for living a healthy, meaningful life. We offer natural solutions for stress, sleep, allergies, and more. Living a green, stylish life is easy with our sustainable ideas. Healthy, delicious recipes are a click away (including desserts). Customized fitness (for body and mind) can be achieved with yoga, Pilates, strength training and cardio routines. Beauty — from healthy skin care to at-home spa techniques complete the radiant new you.
TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, we strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. We publish an up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, weekly radio interviews, and regularly updated Twitter and Facebook pages.
A Top 5 ad-supported green media site born on Earth Day 2007, TheDailyGreen.com is a consumer’s guide to green living, with daily news, tips, recipes, features and more. In 2007, TheDailyGreen.com was named Best New Site in the annual min Best of the Web awards. In 2010, TheDailyGreen.com was voted “Best Blog” by readers in the annual Best of Green Awards. In 2011, TheDailyGreen.com joined forces with Good Housekeeping and the Green Good Housekeeping Seal on an exciting new content partnership.