if you are truly concerned about the environment, and want to live a bit greener, it is possible to make small changes in your lifestyle without going to the extreme.
Permaculture is a philosophy, but more than that, it is also a practical guide for life. It has given us a range of design principles by which we can arrange our lives.
If you are simply looking to make a few minor changes to your lifestyle, there are some basic steps you can take to go green.
Many of these green insulation materials are just as effective as conventional ones, and often have the added bonus of being made from recycled materials.
Toothpaste and mouthwash can get expensive, and some of them contain some unsavory ingredients. You can avoid those and make your own effective teeth-cleaning products at home.
The good news is that you do not have to spend a fortune to create a great covered growing area to give your plants and crops more protection.
Here is how trees can help your energy bills, and directions on how to do it.
Here are directions for several types of food scrap smoothies you can make to fertilize your garden, indoor plants, lawn, etc.
Mass, mono-crop agriculture with its heavy reliance on chemical pesticides and herbicides and on polluting non-renewable fuel sources has had its day.
The waste we generate is creating problems that are already having, and will continue to have, huge ramifications. Here are some ways to reuse the waste we create, without having to throw it away.