All Blog Posts Tagged 'Green' (25)

Earth Promise “21 in 21″ Interview Series: Howard Waldman - Green Dean for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School

Howard Waldman - Green Dean for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School



Howard Waldman is the Green Dean for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in Riverdale, New York. He works on sustainability issues at the school, both pertaining to the physical plant and curriculum development. In addition, he oversees work on the Middle School building’s green roof.



Earth Promise: What changes, or Earth Promises as we call them, have you made in your lifestyle to be more green? Changes… Continue

Added by Heather on April 13, 2009 at 10:43am — No Comments

Non-Toxic, Cost Effective Cleaning

By Annie B. Bond



Most modern synthetic cleaning products are based on age-old formulas using natural ingredients that were passed down through the generations because the chemistry was right. Going back to the original naturally derived ingredients is a way to make cleaning products that work, don’t pollute and save you money. Most are found in your kitchen cupboards. Mix and match with well-chosen and environmentally friendly green cleaning products found in health food stores, and… Continue

Added by Denise Edmondson on April 2, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Wednesday Blog Recommendation

Last week I started sharing and writing about some of my favorite blogs. I enjoy searching out blogs that I find interesting and only subscribe to those that I feel will be fun to read and offer pertinate information and advice. I talked about the blog entitled, Thrifty & Chic Mom. I decided to try the endhilada recipe on the blog and loved the way they came out. My teenage kids loved them too! (This is unusual for my two teenage daughters to… Continue

Added by Robin on March 18, 2009 at 5:18pm — No Comments

SHARING TIME

Todays blog isn't something profound but it is definately something that could be of interest to anyone. I thought I would take a moment, again, to share with others these websites and my opinions on them. Let me know what you think?

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There are sites out there that do something similar to this already, however, I like how clean, to the point, easy to follow this site is. It offers a little bit of… Continue

Added by Denise Edmondson on February 2, 2009 at 4:58pm — No Comments

Living in a "Green Neighborhood" can keep your weight down.

There is a new study out that says Children living in city neighborhoods with higher "greenness" ratings seem to gain less weight over time than their counterparts living in areas with less green space.



In the study, from the University of Washington in Seattle, followed more than 3,800 low income mainly African American children, 3 to 16 years old, who resided at… Continue

Added by Harriet B on November 12, 2008 at 9:35am — No Comments

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