Posted by Chrislande Dorcilus, Eco Chick.com On a cloudy New York City morning, I took the crowded train from my slumbering Brooklyn neighborhood to join Tom’s of Maine and Beauty News NYC to tweet for a good cause. Thanks to the great people at Tom’s of Maine, my task was to spread goodness throughout the [...]
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Posted by Rob Robinson, Brand Manager Citizen Engagement We all know that making a difference for the planet can be as easy as recycling. Recycling practices are more popular than ever across the country and it’s encouraging to see so many communities creating and expanding their programs. A good thing just keeps getting better and [...]
Posted by Peter Duquette, Manufacturing Facility Operations Manager Many people don’t think about ink, even when handling a cartridge used in their printers at home. When a cartridge runs low on ink, you can just pop it out, put in a new one and get back to printing. However, some people take the extra step [...]
Posted by John Maravich, Manufacturing Facility Engineering Manager You hear a lot about green power these days: solar, wind, hydroelectricity, etc. That’s because the potential benefit for all of us, and the planet we share, is meaningful. In terms of wind alone, more than 80 countries are now plugging into this plentiful resource as an [...]
Posted by Mark Dobrovolny, Research & Development Director Even if you’ve never heard of lichens, you’ve probably seen them on a walk in the woods or even a backyard. These interesting organisms are a delicate combination of fungus and natural elements that transform light into energy. You can find them in even the most extreme [...]
Posted by Kerrie Snowdon, guest blogger A bit of composting for kids can be as educational as it is enjoyable. They’ll love setting up the bin and finding the necessary ingredients from the kitchen to feed the pile. Composting is an ideal, fun way to teach kids about recycling, and shows them that even the [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger There are enormous health benefits for children who practice yoga, from increased strength and coordination to learning body awareness. Yoga for kids is the perfect activity to help them learn the importance of stress relief and relaxation. This could be a huge benefit as they grow older and face [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger With it’s long, sunny days, summer is a great time to try new things with your family. The extra light thanks to daylight saving means you have more time to enjoy these activities, particular on the longest day of the year, June 21. This day is known as the [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Who says learning stops when the last bell rings? With the school year winding down, it’s time to plan family weekend getaways. And venturing just a few hours away to the areas neighboring your town is often all you need to unwind. From proper farming to clean water, here [...]
Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger The summer solstice is quickly approaching! Each year on June 21, the earth’s northern hemisphere tilts closet to the sun, making it the longest day of the year and the official start of summer. This event provides plenty of learning experiences for little ones and offers up the perfect [...]