What’s Going On

Posted on October 11, 2011 by Allie



The Good Human helps us choose healthier cleaning products.

Rob’s World talks about the benefits of pet adoptions.

Crafting a Green World preserves autumn leaves with beeswax.

Scientific American says the US now uses more corn for fuel than food.

Crunchy Chicken makes an olive oil emergency lamp.

INHABITAT reports that electronics recycling is a booming business in the US.

Skepticblog treats acne with heat generated from a computer power cord.

Grist discusses recycling car seats.

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  1. The Scientific American article really makes you think. The fact that we are paying so many tax dollars to ship our Ethanol overseas so middle men can profit madly on both ends. While forcing use to by more and more foreign oil. It’s just an insane loop that they have us paying for going and coming. It’s just disgraceful and emblematic of the age that we live. Makes one suddenly think it’s time to occupy something.

    October 11th, 2011 at 11:12 am
    Comment by Jamison

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