Monday, August 11, 2008

Keep your Green Initiative Going

Time for a self check. How are you doing on implementing your green initiative? It's time to re-commit and review the resources provided below. There is a ton of amazing information on the net and we've narrowed it down for you. Share your tips for going green in the comments section below.  We can all do our part.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Green is the only way!

  1. Ideal Bite
    Easy eco-living tips are delivered in a short, sassy email each weekday.

  2. is dedicated to helping you start living a green life, right now.

    Building Green TV's mission is to provide homeowners with a glimpse of just how easy, cost-effective and healthy it is to go green, while dispelling the myth that an environmentally conscious lifestyle means doing without.

  4. Sprig
    Daily green style guide

  5. TreeHugger
    TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, we strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.

  6. Zoƫ b Organic Weekly
    All the latest organic and eco-friendly finds for eco-moms and kids.

  7. Grist.
    Reading environmental journalism too often feels like eating your vegetables. Boiled. With no butter. Grist believes that news about green issues and sustainable living doesn't have to be predictable, demoralizing, or dull. They butter the vegetables! And add salt! And strain metaphors!

  8. Healthy Child Healthy World
    Healthy Child Healthy World is dedicated to protecting the health and well being of children from harmful environmental exposures. They educate parents, support protective policies, and engage communities to make responsible decisions, simple everyday choices, and well-informed lifestyle improvements to create healthy environments where children and families can flourish.

  9. The Healthy House Institute™ (HHI)
    HHI provides consumers information to make their homes healthier. HHI strives to be the most comprehensive educational resource available for creating healthier homes.

  10. Sustainlane
    The web's largest community created sustainability guide

    Consumers Guide to the Green Revolution

  12. teensygreen
    share a wealth of information about toys, books, arts and crafts, as well as natural clothing, bath and body products, and how to really have fun with your kids!

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