Issue #14
May 15, 2011

New Seller Sunday: Totem

Making new products from recycled material can be a tough business, especially when trying to create exciting and fashionable accesories. But when it’s done really well, and the end product is practical and a fabulous addition to the eco-friendly product market – it’s something worth mentioning. ... Read More

Sunscreen: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

It’s not until you go days and days without seeing any sign of it that you start to realize how much the sun actually provides for us. Besides warmth, growth, and daylight, vitamin D nutrients and a sun kissed complexion make summer time a welcomed change from the ordinary. Brand new day; another brilliant chance to turn and face the sun, and opportunity to consider eco-friendly suncreens! ... Read More

Ethical Meat - Does test tube meat count?

What if you had the option of getting protein from meat without actually harming animals in the process? Would ethical meat it impact your dietary choices at all? Or would the mainstream availability ... Read More

Is Ben Sollee the most eco-friendly musician on the planet?

Suzuki may have his reservations about flying but for Cellist Ben Sollee, bicycle is the only way he's traveling. The 26 year old from Lexington, Kentucky is doing what most musicians would see as an ... Read More
Issue #14
May 15, 2011