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Greener Consumption: The "don't buy it, share it" edition

Article: Greener Consumption: The "don't buy it, share it" edition

The greenest product, so the saying goes, is one that you don’t buy. But for things you really need, the next best option may be the product you share. No longer limited to movie rentals, you can rent/share just about any durable good (or even not-so-durable goods) these days.

Festival Updates Spotlight : Brita Green Room

Article: Festival Updates Spotlight : Brita Green Room

This year, The Sundance Film Festival is highlighting the environmental importance of filtered tap water by joining with Brita and Nalgene in support of Filter for Good, an innovative campaign to reduce bottled water waste. Meet the people helping bring change to the Sundance Film Festival by watching the video below.

Who Owns The Water?

Article: Who Owns The Water?

The Secret Water Crisis By Thomas M. Kostigen Mr. Kostigen strives to educate people about environmental issues through his numerous books. He has kindly focused his environmental enthusiasm around a political issue important to all human beings. We hope you enjoy and please make sure to check out the links at the bottom of this…

Bottled Water Taboo at UK Government Meetings

Article: Bottled Water Taboo at UK Government Meetings

LONDON, UK, March 9, 2008 (ENS) – The use of bottled water for meetings and other official business is to be phased out across the whole government estate. The new policy, announced Thursday, is expected to come into effect by the summer. Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O’Donnell has written to the head of every government…

Take Action On Eco-mmunity Map

Article: Take Action On Eco-mmunity Map

The Eco-mmunity is all about helping people change the world around them. Turn an abandoned lot into a garden for your community. Tired of tap water that smells terrible, use Eco-mmunity to rally your community and send letters to a state representative (and copies to a local paper), and sit back and watch as change…