1. Lake Erie, once a shining example of man’s triumph over restoring the natural balance to nature, has become sick… again.


  2. If you own a Smartphone there is a pretty good chance that you are carrying around a ‘Blood Phone’. Read more to find out all about how conflict minerals are used to make your Smartphone.


  3. Since the 1960s marketers of personal cleaning products, namely hand soap, have us all believing that antibacterial products are the best way to properly protect ourselves from household germs and bacteria.


  4. Spring Break! With over 1.5 million students planning to head south for some fun in the sun this is a great opportunity to learn about jellyfish safety.


  5. Urban trees provide an array of ecological, health and mental benefits, but that’s not all. Read more to find out why urban trees are so important.


  6. By some estimates, an average family of four wastes nearly 25% of the food that is purchased. Check out the following tips on how to cut down on food waste and save money.


  7. Microbeads are tiny plastic beads found in hundreds of cosmetic products. These non-biodegradable plastic beads are destroying the Great Lakes. Find out how.


  8. Welcome to the Green Your Home Contest from Within Your Hands. For our first contest we have put together an amazing package: The Green Your Laundry Prize Pack.


  9. A vacation doesn’t mean we should take time off from being green. Any vacation can be eco-friendly with these simple tips on how to green your vacation.


  10. jjharrison:

    Happy New Year everyone!


  11. The cold weather is upon us, and for many that can mean an increase in heating bills. Fortunately there are many low cost ways to lower your heating bills.


  12. The holiday gift giving season can create a lot of waste. Here are some tips on how to give a waste free gift this holiday season.


  13. Check out these green ideas to help us all have a green Christmas and reduce the environmental impact of the holiday season this year.


  14. In an ideal world we would all eat more organically grown food. Although choosing to go organic can be expensive, it doesn’t have to put you over budget.


  15. How do we really know if that litterless lunch container you are sending your kids to school with is not only safe but also BPA free?