Topshop x Reclaim to Wear

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living British brand Topshop has teamed up with eco-friendly label Reclaim to Wear for the second time, to create a new collection made entirely of recycled materials, available from June 20. Created in 1997 by Filippo Ricci and Orsola de Castro’s label From Somewhere, Reclaim to Wear aims to limit the amount of… Read more »

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Guide to Eco-Friendly Wines – Earth911.com

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Whether you’re a self-professed oenophile or just enjoy an occasional glass of red table wine with dinner, navigating the labels of wines that purport to be eco-friendly can be confusing: “100-percent organic,” “made with organic ingredients,” “natural” or “vegan-friendly.” But before you give up on finding a greener glass… Read more »

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Share Responsibility for the Planet – Infography

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Recyclebank, a company that rewards people for doing earth-friendly things like recycling and planting trees, put together an infographic of social actions you can take to be more eco-friendly… from the comfort of your couch. Check this out: If every one of Facebook’s 845 million users cut one minute… Read more »

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Electric Cars Pros and Cons: Why Buy an Electric Car?

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Electric cars pros and cons are fundamentally a matter of personal opinion, and a disadvantage to one could be an advantage to another. Why drive such a car? What is it about such cars that attracts people not only to drive them but also to design and develop them? There are two camps on this… Read more »

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Are Electric Cars Really Eco-Friendly? » Greener Ideal

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living For many years, the electric car has been the face of eco-friendly alternative energy.   The cars operate on rechargeable batteries as opposed to gasoline, and are thus perceived as an ideal way of going green, since they do not deplete fossil fuels or release emissions harmful to the environment. Recently,… Read more »

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The Eco-Friendly Car Americans Aren’t Buying

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living For eco-conscious drivers not ready to take a Tesla-style electric leap, the big news this August is Volkswagen’s Golf TDI BlueMotion. At 106 mpg, it’s an even more eco-friendly version of the Golf TDI–but it isn’t sold in America. VW sees more potential in Europe, where gas prices are double… Read more »

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Health Issues and a Clean Environment

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The term clean environment is somewhat vague and can be interpreted in many ways. A clean environment is not only necessary for aesthetic pleasure, but is essential in sustaining human health as well. The most widely known health impacts of the environment can be attributed to factors like pollution, climate change, ozone depletion, land degradation… Read more »

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The Southern Green Living Expo Announces Green Dining Experience

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Food from local Asheville restaurants will take over “traditional concession stand” at the 2013 event, offering culinary highlights from this green dining destination. The Green Sage is the first restaurant of 10 to confirm their participation in this expo. “We are very excited to be a part of the… Read more »

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