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We love prizes. And the great items you can win just keep rolling in.
As part of Earth911’s Earth Day Giveaway, we’ve got some incredible, eco-friendly gifts that you can nab – with just a tweet!
Entering our Twitter contest is easy: Simply tweet the tips of the day by clicking on the blue bird at the top of our special Earth Day section. That’s it!
On Earth Day, you may be chosen to win one of the many cool, eco-friendly prizes available. Here’s a taste of what you could get:
Injinji Performance Toesocks in CoolMax EcoMade – While the name may sound a bit silly, these socks are all business. The quirky, rainbow-striped socks feature CoolMax EcoMade, a moisture-wicking, breathable fabric made from recycled plastic bottles and postindustrial waste. Put it this way: These cozy socks keep your feet happy whether you’re running, walking, cycling or simply out for a stroll. Kiss blisters goodbye and say hello to recycled fabric on your next outdoor adventure.
Sharon Lowenheim’s “Small Spaces, Fast Paces” – An Ivy League-educated native New Yorker, the Organizing Goddess’ book is all about organizing secrets. So what’s green about that, you may ask? Lowenheim advises her clients on how to donate their unused items (try Earth911.com!) and gives 95 organizing tips that cover topics such as clothes and shoes, finances and, of course, recycling. Bonus points: Her book is paperless. The “Small Spaces” e-book can be easily read on your computer screen as you go through your clutter. So what are you waiting for? Get to it!
Celebrate Green’s “Celebrate Green!” – Printed on 100 percent recycled, Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper, this mother/daughter team is your guide to creating eco-savvy holidays, celebrations and traditions for the whole family. The team took its track record of eco-knowledge and passion for parties and turned it into a handy tool that can help give you new ideas for any celebration. Celebrate Green! is also committed to community support, donating proceeds from the first printing of its book to Treeswing and Healthy Child, Healthy World.
LittleFeet BigFeats Therm-o-tote, Acrylic Cup, Stainless Steel Water Bottle and Tote Bags – Dedicated to enriching students’ lives through a cleaner environment by raising awareness on an individual, collaborative and community level, LittleFeets combines lessons about lessening students’ environmental footprints with fundraisers featuring reusable items. We especially dig the therm-o-tote, an insulated, reusable grocery bag for all your chilled or hot items. The acrylic cup is another great product, mimicking a typical single-use plastic cup and straw that would be fun for any kid (or adult, for that matter) to use.
Leah Ingram’s “Suddenly Frugal” – Want to know how to “live happier and healthier for less?” Ingram’s book provides tips and ideas to do just that. And while not intended to be a “green” book, Sierra Club said it best in its review that “many of the practical ideas Ingram presents are part of the eco-conscious consumer’s repertoire: eating healthy, gardening, reducing energy consumption and increasing your car’s gas mileage.” We could all stand to save a little extra cash, and what better way to do so than benefiting the environment as well?