I’ve kept an open mind on eating insects – mainly because billions of people around the world have been eating bugs for a very, very long time.
Extending the shelf life of food can be a very simple green action that may also save you a bunch of money as well.
Tea in its various forms is the world’s most popular flavored beverage. Learn more about the environmental issues associated with the production of tea.
There are so many uses for beer aside from drinking it, using it in cooking or wasting it. Beer can sometimes replace environmentally harsh products for a variety of tasks.
Sustainable palm oil is a very important topic – more than most of us realise. So what is GreenPalm and is it effective?
What is the more environmentally friendly product usage – disposable paper cups made from post-consumer paper waste or a plastic reusable cup?
I recently received this pepper mill made from old-growth teak; reclaimed from structures built in the early 20th century.
A common household waste item is the egg carton – it’s waste that in many cases doesn’t need to be taking up space in landfill. Pick up some tips for making better use of egg cartons.
Like community supported agriculture, community supported fisheries could be a way to lessen environmental impact of the fishing industry and better connect people with their food.
There’s still a little greenwashing going on in the world of organic food, the degree varying country to country. Learn more about what the various organic food labeling terms mean in different regions of the world.