Reuse & Repair

March 10, 2019 john 0

A Gizmodo article I saw today about the bad things that people include in their recycling containers, putting the employees at risk, jamming up the […]

Crisis: Transportation

January 19, 2019 john 0

This is the part everybody knows about already because we can see it, but at the same time it is also one of the hardest […]

Crisis

January 15, 2019 john 0

The problem we face, as a planet, is that we are causing the earth’s temperature to rise. While there are still those who deny that […]

Going Meatless

November 30, 2018 john 0

Choosing renewable energy, driving a electric vehicle, reducing single use plastics, composting & recycling are all obvious ways of helping the environment, and for many […]

Limit to 1.5℃

October 23, 2018 john 0

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report describing how we can, as a planet, reach the goal of no more than […]

Greener Keurig Coffee

September 8, 2018 john 0

The Keurig coffee machines made making a cup of coffee much more convenient, especially in an office environment where people may have different tastes so […]

Batteries: Recharge & Reuse

April 9, 2018 john 0

Not for laptops, phones, tablets and all the other gadgets we own with lithium-ion rechargeable batteries embedded in them; we’re talking about all those other […]

LimeBike Scooters in the Wild

March 27, 2018 john 0

In an earlier post here talking about alternative commute options we mentioned the LimeBike electric scooters. Today, in San Francisco, we found several of them […]

Greener Commuting

February 14, 2018 john 0

Unless you’re lucky enough to work from home all the time, commuting will take away on average about an hour of your day, five days […]

Impossible Burger

February 11, 2018 john 0

Recently, I discovered a local eatery offering the “Impossible Burger” as a vegetarian option on its menu and today I dragged the family over there […]