In the effort to live green, it’s important to take personal responsibility in terms of the types of goods we consume. This ecological approach to economics is vital to establishing a green and sustainable future for both our global ecosystems and economies.
If you’re passionate about saving the environment and looking for simple ideas and tips on how to conserve and reduce your carbon footprint you’ve come to the right place! Bright Hub’s Green Living channel provides a panel of eco-conscious citizens and experts ready to share their wealth of experience and insight with you.
Have you ever wondered how to recycle a computer or a cell phone? Find tips on recycling everything from glass to electronics, as well as how to turn your leftover food products into a kitchen compost bin. Make your life environmentally friendly by buying organic and natural clothes and beauty products, learning simple energy saving tips, and finding advice on buying organic and fair trade products. If you’re able to start your eco-friendly home from the ground up find articles on green building, construction and design such as building solar panels in the roof! Also find tips and tricks on natural pet care, organic gardening and recipes for natural cleaning products and insecticides.
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Hundreds of animals are currently listed as endangered or threatened. Who should take the blame for the dreadful future that these animals face? The answer may surprise you!
Learn some ways to bring real sustainability to your home.
Imagine taking a dip in a swimming pool with sparkling clean water devoid of harmful chemicals. The natural swimming pool, also known as the natural swimming pond in Europe, is gaining in popularity and for good reason. It is beautiful and environmentally friendly.
Not only are pesticides harmful to your health, there have been increasing reports lice shampoos containing insecticides are not working. Lice have developed a resistance to many insecticides. Using natural methods not only saves your health and the environment, they actually work.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is one of the most popular chemical substances, widely used as an additive to plastic and food packaging. Recent studies showed that high concentrations of BPA substantially increase the risk of heart diseases and diabetes.
The debate over genetically modified foods can be confusing. What are they? What are the benefits? Are there risks? Find the answers to all your GMF questions here!