Written by Corinne Garcia Thursday, September 23 2010
If you were to search through the job postings on the “Green Dream Jobs” section of SustainableBusiness.com, you would see jobs such as organic farm product specialist, among many more – 36 pages more, to be exact. They’re called “green collar” jobs, and they’re here to stay.
Written by Mary Welch Sunday, April 25 2010
Atlanta’s Dallas McCade, who has 10 chickens and one rooster, says her food tastes better with eggs laid by her own chickens. Her radio co-host, Cadillac Jack, says there is no difference between a store-bought egg and one fresh off the farm, er, backyard.
Written by Mary Welch Sunday, April 04 2010
Lynette Young says that when the environmental movement was in its early stages it was led by “women wearing Birkenstocks and hugging trees.” Then about 10 years ago, “The movement became more about science, and men took over. Now it’s about time that women lead the way again,” she says.
Written by Corinne Garcia Wednesday, February 24 2010What does it mean to "be green" these days? Is it enough that you recycle, or do you have to drive a hybrid and use those strange looking light bulbs as well?
Written by Corinne Garcia Wednesday, February 03 2010Why use natural cosmetics? Some of the chemicals found in common care products are things most would never consider ingesting, but unknowingly many people do. Studies found that while some companies make products that are safe to eat, other companies choose to use known human carcinogens.