List from Mary Mazzoni
Fact: The average American office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper annually. If you ask us, that’s way too many virgin resources – especially in light of all the tech-savvy alternatives on the market. If you agree, check out ...
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The majority of structures nowadays are still built using age-old materials and techniques. But every once in a while, someone comes along and knocks our socks off with a bold eco-friendly build that's too good not to share.
Created as a large-scale interpretation of customary Maasai jewelry, the facade of the structure is a symbol of community pride, while the learning center's WiFi-enabled computer lab connects the remote, rural area with the rest of the world.
By partnering with more than 80 vendors and 2,000 artisans from around the world, Hearts provides a collection of exclusive jewelry and accessories made from reclaimed materials by artists who are paid fair wages.
To help you navigate through the crazy amount of kitchen accessories at your local home store, we've put together a list of five gadgets for your kitchen that are actually worth buying, especially if one of your goals is to reduce waste. These purchases can help you buy less, throw away less and do less cleaning, so keep reading to find out how.
At some point, most of us have probably given away things we didn't need to friends or family members. But what should you do when you don't know anyone who wants the leftover dirt from your gardening project or your old lawnmower? One solution is to check out The Freecycle Network, an organization that has been encouraging people to participate in a culture of giving since 2003.