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It’s Possible to BE Green Without Looking Green

It’s Possible to BE Green Without Looking Green

I get totally depressed when I go shopping and I’ve come to realize lately that I don’t think that’s the desired effect. (Shopping is supposed to make me feel good, right?) Every time I find something I totally adore and just HAVE to have, I check the label and it’s [Read More]

How Green is Your Produce?

How Green is Your Produce?

One of the things that worries me greatly about all this recession hype is that people will buy into the myth that going green is expensive and they’ll put off their green efforts until the economy is more stable. I won’t lie and say that myth has no truth to [Read More]

Frito-Lay Has New Green Fleet, but We Know Which Green They’re After

Frito-Lay Has New Green Fleet, but We Know Which Green They’re After

I just Googled “Frito-Lay makes people fat.” That’s right. I did that. My search results didn’t really turn up exactly what I had hoped, but I still know that those keywords are the truth. I bet you do, too. Judging by that statement, I’m sure [Read More]

You Can Grow Your Own Fruit – No, Really

You Can Grow Your Own Fruit – No, Really

For those of us in the northern hemisphere who are currently experiencing unprecedented levels of snowfall, it seems like the growing season is a hell of a long way off. Well, not really. In fact, the start of the growing season is only just around the corner. And there are [Read More]

13 Corporate Giants in the Green Revolution

13 Corporate Giants in the Green Revolution

Corporate America is quickly joining the green revolution. I’ve talked before about my issues with the trendiness of being green, but if trendiness is a means to power this revolution, I’m all for it. The good news when it comes to corporate greening is that there [Read More]

Can Obama Green the White House?

Can Obama Green the White House?

President Jimmy Carter may not be known for much, but back in 1979, he actually did something unheard of and extremely progressive — he had solar panels installed on the roof of the White House. President Carter took the first and most important initiative to green the [Read More]

Esurance Sets the Bar for Eco-Minded Insurance Companies

Esurance Sets the Bar for Eco-Minded Insurance Companies

I remember the first time I saw an Esurance ad on television. The ad didn’t stick out to me because of killer branding or intense concept, though. It stuck out simply because I thought, “Big whoop.” An insurance company branded totally on the fact that you can take [Read More]

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The American (2010) – A Cold Story Served Well Like Chilled Caviar

The American (2010) – A Cold Story Served Well Like Chilled Caviar

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Growing Up with Harold Bloom

Going through my library this weekend, I came across an old copy of Harold Bloom’s classic, The Western Canon. [Read More]

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