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Every year parents spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars on toys and activities for their kids. While many of things are great for keeping young minds and bodies active, many of them are unnecessary. Sure kids need structured play, but they also need “free” plan and this is easy to do when the world’s largest playground is right outside your back door. Why not let them play outside?...


Editor´s Note from Zorica Denton: Toys and games can be expensive, getting children outside in to back yard or a park can be very rewarding. Nature can teach children the basics of science, economics and creativity. It is free and fun for entire family.


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by Jordan Cox

The Dalai Lama is a man who garners respect around the planet, regardless of whether or not one is a Buddhist. Many of his thoughts and teachings have overriding concepts of mindfulness and personal transformation embedded within. Here are some quotes from the Dalai Lama that are either directly linked to a greater consciousness of our planet’s ecology...


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Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: A home can be gorgeous and sustainable. This video shows a eco-lux style home made with bamboo.


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by Cathy Ives

When I first started this post, it was on reusing computers and it worked into reusing material into mailboxes. Little did I know how many creative and upcycled mailboxes there are...


Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: Most mailboxes are pretty standard…and boring!  After reading this article and seeing how items can be recycled and repurposed into creative receptacles for mail, you may get some interesting ideas of your own.


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from EcoSeed.org

United States home builder Shea Homes is now offering "net-zero" homes in their product communities for the high-end retirement communities market. The community developer's new offering is "SheaXero" - a "no electric bill" home that aims to achieve "net-zero" electric bills by generating as much electricity as it consumes...


Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: Home builder Shea Homes offers a "no electric bill" home to the retirement communities market.


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by Diana Fox

I am a great believer in repurposing. I cut forlorn sweaters up to make mittens and I hoard old shoeboxes in my basement in the hopes of identifying future uses...


Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: A couple of clever Mason jar lid add-ons that expand the uses for the container besides storage. Turn those non-toxic glass jars into a drinking mugs or pouring dispensers.


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by Springwise

We’ve seen numerous efforts over the years to purify water and make it safe for drinking, but it wasn’t until just recently that we came across one invention designed specifically with desalinization in mind...


Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: An Italian designer has invented an eco-distiller that uses solar power to make salt water drinkable, making safe drinking water for people in developing countries.


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Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: See how this mobile resident turned her small trailer into what she terms a  CEMET (Cost Efficient Mobile Eco Trailer).


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by Beth Buczynski
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com


Having spent many of my formidable years tucked well below the Bible Belt, I have a special affinity for whiskey–bourbon to be precise. While a nip is sure to warm you up on a cold winter’s day (or cool you down when mixed with ice, simple syrup, and a squeeze of lemon) I didn’t think this delightful spirit was capable of much more.


Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: A Scottish company is turning thousands of tons of waste left behind in the whiskey making process into fuel for our cars. Distillers, drivers and the environment benefit!


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by OnlyGreen

Cotton is one of the most heavily sprayed agricultural crops in the world, using chemicals that are harmful in many ways. Cotton accounts for more than 10% of pesticide use and approximately 25% of insecticide use worldwide. Organic cotton farming avoids the use of chemicals by promoting healthy plants and soil to control the pests and weeds, and eliminates the need for genetically modified crops...


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Editor's Note from Zorica Denton: Urban Gleaners in Portland, OR rescues over 500,000 pounds of food a year from being thrown into landfills, and instead they made sure it went to people in need. In addition to the 10 agencies they supply food to, they also deliver to 1,200 families! This is all that slightly imperfect stuff you never see on the shelves of stores... it's a GREAT idea and very reproducible.


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Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: These architects found the ideal building material for refugee housing. It's recycled, recyclable, affordable and plentiful. Modular homes made of shipping pallets can be created even by those without building experience.



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Using Toilet Paper Made from Old-Growth Forests?

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With all the waste paper in the world that can be recycled and all the acres/hectares of forest land that are now used to grow trees for pulp mills, is there any reason for us to cut down giant swaths of old-growth forest to make toilet paper, facial tissues, and other single-use paper products?


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