LemonAid: Support a Good Cause the Fresh Way
Created 10/5/2010 11:05:25 AM 
Who would have thought that humble lemonade could be an agent of social change? Enter Germany’s fair-trade LemonAid, which just may be the world’s most socially-responsible manufactured beverage on the planet, often described as half soft drink and half developmental aid.
The Green Wheel of Bartering
Created 1/13/2010 8:46:55 AM 
"Barter," commonly referred to as "trade," is the oldest and simplest way of doing business on the planet. It provides the means for a business/person to acquire goods or services through a medium where cash is not a requirement for a transaction to take place.
Cash for E-Clunkers
Created 9/21/2009 8:32:06 AM 
Our gadgets will eventually break or get replaced. But it's hard to know just what to do with the gadgets that get left behind. Some people stuff them in junk drawers. Most people won't simply junk their car -- they'd trade it in. Why can't that same school of thought apply to electronics?
The Secret of Free Rental Cars
Created 8/5/2009 9:02:05 AM 
Renting stuff instead of buying them is a green, sustainable process. It reduces waste, save you money and you don't end up owning a lot of stuff that you may use rarely. Just as airlines are happy to sell you a one-way ticket, car rental companies also takes advantage of the fact that sometimes people only need to rent one-way to get from A to B. A one-way rental can be the perfect trade off for travelers who don't love flying that much, or for those relocating to a new state.
Discover the Socially Conscious Shops
Created 3/30/2009 9:03:48 AM 
Eco-friendy now has a broader meaning. It now embraces socially conscious products, ranging from art and clothing to food and music instruments. They can be products produced by fair trade, or recycled material. The products are classified as either People Positive, Eco Positive, Animal Friendly or Supports a Right Cause. According to the Natural Marketing Institute, the USA market for these types of goods was $209 billion dlls in 2005, and the group projects that will rise to $420 billion in 2010. As more users take responsibility for their shopping habits.
Ride On Obama's Green Revolution
Created 1/21/2009 8:09:20 AM 
President Obama has been talking about green jobs, green energy, and green infrastructure for quite some time now. The National Governors Association and the U.S. Conference of Mayors have each published lists featuring green projects they say are "ready to go" in 2009. Activists, utilities, and trade groups have offered up their own lists, sending them along to the Senate.
Fair Trade Marketplace
Created 11/28/2008 7:51:50 AM 
About 1 billion people live on $1 a day or less and can't get a foothold on the economic ladder. Once they have the foothold, they can climb further themselves. But among the barriers to getting on the ladder is a lack of access to markets. For example, in countries with poor road infrastructure, even successful farmers may not be able to get their crops to cities to sell.
Bottled vs. Tap Water
Created 10/22/2008 7:39:56 AM 
Once, most Americans got their water only from the tap. Now, they're often buying their water in a bottle. At work, after a workout, or just about any time, they're drinking bottled water in record numbers--a whopping 5 billion gallons in 2001 alone, according to the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA), an industry trade group. That's about the same amount of water that falls from the American Falls at Niagara Falls in two hours!
Charming Sexy Eco Footware
Created 9/19/2008 8:47:33 AM 
When it comes to purchasing in the high fashion marketplace, you have the power to make a difference. Increasingly, it’s up to us as consumers to put our money into companies that will create the shift in the market for our environment and long-term health. But what makes a garment “eco-friendly”? It means using fewer chemicals in the production of clothes. Eco-friendly companies usually care about other things, too: fair-trade labor (labor without sweatshops), sustainable goods (products made locally in order to use less fuel), animal cruelty (no leather or fur) and recycling (reusing materials or making new materials out of things like plastic bottles).
Great Green Investments
Created 7/30/2008 7:41:49 AM 
Green investments are traditional investment vehicles (such as stocks, exchange-traded funds and mutual funds) in which the underlying businesses are involved in operations aimed at improving the environment. This can range from companies that are developing alternative energy technology to companies that have the best environmental practices.


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