How to Recycle or Reuse Anything
Real Simple Magazine offers this “A to Z guide of what can be tossed into which bin.”
Check out this site for tips on “smart, fun, easy and free” ways to make healthy and green changes in your life.
Guide to Green Mortgages
Never heard of a “green” mortgage? It’s a program backed by private and government mortgage services designed to help you make your home more energy efficient. Learn more at the link above.
Planet Connect for Teens
At planet-connect.org, high school students can learn about current environmental issues, green colleges, and environmental careers and share their ideas about helping the earth.
Watch (and submit) entertaining short videos about the environment.
“The greenest product is the one that already exists; choose to reuse with the eBay Green Team.”
Info by city on: tax credits and rebates, how to find a contractor, and energy topics and answers.
At this site you can trade books, music, movies, and video games—it’s “green, free, fun, and safe; what’s not to love?”
Find out how to join the homefarming movement and participate in community-based home farms. “It all starts with a seed that yields a vegetable, which is brought to the table and shared.”
“A grassroots, nonprofit movement of people who are getting (and giving) stuff for free in their towns . . . changing the world one gift at a time.” Check it out.