Monthly Archives: January 2016

This blue dot is all we’ve got

The blue dot I’m referring to is our planet. Compared to the rest of the universe, that’s really all we are: a small, insignificant blip in the cosmos. Blue Dot is a movement started by the David Suzuki Foundation that … Continue reading

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Why You Should Switch to Stovetop Popcorn

I’ve been eating a lot of popcorn lately, but I feel guilty every time I toss one of the microwave bags in the trash. I’d never made popcorn on the stove before, but weighing out the benefits of stovetop popcorn and … Continue reading

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Green Your Lunch

I started back at college this month, and as decades of poor college kids before me, I need to pack a lunch – usually leftovers from last night’s dinner. Packing a lunch has made me more aware of the disposable … Continue reading

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Climatarian

As 2016 rolls out, many of us have made resolutions to improve ourselves by exercising, reading more books, or spending less time on social media. Healthy eating is another popular choice among resolutionists, but there’s a new diet emerging for eco-friendly … Continue reading

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