Close up of stacked documents and folders and paperwork.
10/23/2019
One of the biggest things that a company can do to get an advantage on the rest of the market is to start looking into going green. Whether you start a recycling program, switch to paperless... read more
pink baby booties on wooden table
10/18/2019
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Having a baby is one of the greatest joys in life, but welcoming a new member to the family isn’t cheap. According to a new survey, the average cost of raising a baby in its first year alone is... read more
Row of front loading wash machines at laundromat
10/07/2019
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Clothes get dirty. It’s just a part of life. However, many of us just assume that the only way to get rid of stains is by throwing our clothes in the wash. First of all, that’s time-consuming; it’s... read more
Many homes in a hillside subdivision
09/24/2019
With the 20 tons of CO2 that each household in the US contributes per year, imagine what the Earth will look like 20 years from now. Will it still be safe to live in? No. The planet is dying, and... read more
Hand holding water bottle that says PLASTIC FREE
09/18/2019
According to The New Republic magazine in June this year: ‘You will have to make sacrifices to save the planet’, while the US newspaper Metro asks: ‘What would you give up to end climate change?’... read more
3 boys playing and splashing in water
09/10/2019
In today's society, it seems like getting children to go outside can be very difficult. They are more focused on playing electronic games and watching TV and it can be very hard to tear them away... read more
Group of people walking in wooded backyard of a home.
08/22/2019
First study to demonstrate the relationship between green space and mental wellbeing at an individual level published Using data from 25,518 people, the researchers show that Londoners... read more
Child's hand holding up globe outdoors
08/02/2019
Kids aren't always aware of how many resources they use each day, so they wander through life using them freely. As they become older, it's beneficial to teach kids about taking care of Mother Earth... read more
Buzzard in dead desert tree
07/29/2019
This red-letter day each year comes around on a different date…and I am bummed it is so early in 2019…July 29! In this case, RED letter is bad news. Today is Earth Overshoot... read more

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Close up of stacked documents and folders and paperwork.
10/23/2019
One of the biggest things that a company can do to get an advantage on the rest of the market is to start looking into going green. Whether you start a recycling program, switch to paperless... read more
pink baby booties on wooden table
10/18/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Having a baby is one of the greatest joys in life, but welcoming a new member to the family isn’t cheap. According to a new survey, the average cost of raising a baby in its first year alone is... read more
Row of front loading wash machines at laundromat
10/07/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Clothes get dirty. It’s just a part of life. However, many of us just assume that the only way to get rid of stains is by throwing our clothes in the wash. First of all, that’s time-consuming; it’s... read more
Many homes in a hillside subdivision
09/24/2019
With the 20 tons of CO2 that each household in the US contributes per year, imagine what the Earth will look like 20 years from now. Will it still be safe to live in? No. The planet is dying, and... read more
Hand holding water bottle that says PLASTIC FREE
09/18/2019
According to The New Republic magazine in June this year: ‘You will have to make sacrifices to save the planet’, while the US newspaper Metro asks: ‘What would you give up to end climate change?’... read more
3 boys playing and splashing in water
09/10/2019
In today's society, it seems like getting children to go outside can be very difficult. They are more focused on playing electronic games and watching TV and it can be very hard to tear them away... read more
Group of people walking in wooded backyard of a home.
08/22/2019
First study to demonstrate the relationship between green space and mental wellbeing at an individual level published Using data from 25,518 people, the researchers show that Londoners... read more
Child's hand holding up globe outdoors
08/02/2019
Kids aren't always aware of how many resources they use each day, so they wander through life using them freely. As they become older, it's beneficial to teach kids about taking care of Mother Earth... read more
Buzzard in dead desert tree
07/29/2019
This red-letter day each year comes around on a different date…and I am bummed it is so early in 2019…July 29! In this case, RED letter is bad news. Today is Earth Overshoot... read more

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10/20/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION There's a reason they seem to multiply and show up everywhere. Finally, an unflinching glimpse into the real life habits of bottled water.
10/19/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION Ubiquitous butts--you can't escape them. This episode features the very funny Wendy Liebman talking all about butts! 4.5 trillion cigarette butts end up... read more
10/19/2015
SNACKS - BITE-SIZED PORTIONS OF INSPIRATION Got private island getaway envy? Collect enough water bottles and other discarded plastic trash and you can create your own floating paradise that will... read more
09/25/2015
From the beginning on the family farm in Washington State, the Seely family has made mint its mission. In addition to mint oil used for toothpaste and chewing gum, Seely Mint's fresh crops go into... read more
09/25/2015
New Mexico-based Bueno Foods and their organic, GMO-free Buenatural line comes from family recipes and a dedication to local ingredients, especially the iconic green chiles, and all-natural,... read more
09/25/2015
Pamela Anyoti, the founder of Asante Mama herbal teas, infusions, and spices, started the business in an effort to find a powerful way to help struggling farm families in Uganda. Her passion for... read more
04/17/2015
evox caught up with Jonathan Carp, President and CEO of Miracle Noodle. Learn about how Jonathan's trip to Kyoto, Japan opened his eyes to the possibility of a calorie-free substitute for noodles and... read more
04/14/2015
Cindy Rimer of Biokleen shares with us the story of how her father went from the janitorial sector, to self-producing the all-natural collection of cleaning products we now know as Biokleen! If this... read more
04/14/2015
Michael loves bees--can you tell? Check out what the Co-Founder of Worker B has to say about his buzzing business! From wax candles, to balms, and of course, pure honey, Worker B products are made... read more

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