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From: Us To: You For: Free

From: Us To: You For: Free

You bought the gift, made from recycled woods from a rainforest,  from an eco-conscious web site that neutralized your carbon footprint and gave you a killer deal. But don’t forget, as you look for ways to save money and go green this holiday season, that the wrapping can end up being just as costly as the […]

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Tips to a Greener Christmas

Tips to a Greener Christmas

If you’re looking for a few easy ways to make your Christmas a little kinder to the planet, then you’re in luck! Inhabitat founder Jill Fehrenb has come up with five tips to green your holidays:  1. Buy eco-friendly gifts: If you need inspiration, let us suggest the gift guides on Inhabitat and Green Your Decor. 2. Make your Christmas tree green: […]

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In the Green: Vintage Style Bikes

In the Green: Vintage Style Bikes

There’s nothing quite like cycling about town – the wind in your hair, the smell of grass, delicious groceries in your basket. Of course, there’s nothing quite like having to cycle in torrential downpours either, but that’s nothing the intrepid and eco-conscious biker can’t handle. The fact is, bicycling isn’t just an environmentally conscious means of […]

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In the Green: Your Recycled Goods’ (not so) Torrid Past

In the Green: Your Recycled Goods' (not so) Torrid Past

It’s human nature. As soon as you buy something second hand – maybe it’s that charmingly worn out purse you use daily or the remarkably preserved set of china you keep in your cupboard – you wonder: who was this person who had it before me? What did it mean to him/her? And why did he/she give it up? Pass […]

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Moss You Want On Your Walls

Moss You Want On Your Walls

While moss is generally not something you want to find creeping up your walls, a Japanese group of architects and designers known as Nendo Studio has found a way to make moss into a veritable work of art. The group, which draws inspiration from the natural occurrences of everyday life (in this case, the moss-ridden banks of a […]

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Organic Foods Not Created Equal

Organic Foods Not Created Equal

As much as we’d all love to exclusively buy organic foods, if you’re like us, you’ve already spent half of your Whole Foods budget on fancy French cheeses. Luckily, The Daily Green has come up with some tips to help you stay green and in the green. Our favorite fun fact? Only buy organic for […]

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