Daily Green Wrap-Up 28.October,2011

20 UNUSUAL USES FOR WINE Try these unusual uses for spoiled or leftover wine, and learn a few enticing reasons to knock back a glass of the good stuff at least once a day. I spilled some wine on my favorite shirt and now it’s stained beyond belief. This article gave my shirt a new … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 27.October,2011

EU: Solar electricity will help bail out Greece Greece commits to $21 billion of debt repayment from solar farms that will transmit electricity across Europe. One catch: It hasn’t built the plants yet. Investors welcome. Lead Climate Change Skeptic Scientist Richard Muller Admits Global Warming is Real Climate change naysayers may now have to face … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 25.October, 2011

What is the Daily Green Wrap-Up? These are some of the most interesting articles we’ve read which are related to a GREEN lifestyle: From DIY instructions, green-tech innovations, to relevant news headlines. Read on and participate in the discussions, your opinion matters. First Lady Michelle Obama’s Book Receives ‘American Grown’ Title Michelle Obama’s first book … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 23.October, 2011

Plant-Based Proteins Power Up To-Go Salads When I needed a take-out lunch, rather than grab a sandwich or a power-bar to tide me over, I’ve tried one of Earthbound Farm’s new complete salads. It fits my weekday vegetarian regime but the only problem is which one to choose? While these salads are pre-packaged, they’re still … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 21.October, 2011

How Washing Machines Are Adding to the Plastic Pollution Problem in Our Oceans Turns out that the plastic pollution problem in the world’s oceans is not just a result of improper or irresponsible disposal of our waste: Some of the plastic collecting in the oceans is coming directly from our washing machines. Beautiful Brazilian Beach … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 18.October, 2011

Greening Your Home: How to Make Your Own Household Cleaners If you’re interested in doing some green cleaning of your own, click through for a quick overview of how to make your own cleaners from natural, nontoxic ingredients. It’s the most condensed how-to you’re likely to find anywhere. If you’re also looking for more ideas … [Read more…]

Daily Green Wrap-Up 17.October, 2011

FOODIE UNDERGROUND: BULKING UP How much of what we eat is dictated by our parents? Research shows that our food preferences may actually be shaped before we’re even born, but beyond what we eat, our own eating habits and traditions are certainly influenced by our families. This topic was thrown around recently as it came … [Read more…]