The news is not that we are bombarded with cancer causing chemicals in our food, medicine, and our environment, but that the Government’s advisors are actually admitting this.
A recent report from the President’s Cancer Panel, Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk, … [read]
This 1985 Toyota MR2 gets 30 mpg and is still running fine. It derserves some recognition.
In a sea of larger, seemingly much more imposing cars the 1988 MR2 sticks out like a sore thumb hitchhiking back to a time… [read]
Act Now! (satire)
In light of President Obama’s continued efforts to clean up our environment by pushing for clean coal and nuclear power, signing the extension of the Patriot Act, and his inspiring warlord like acceptance speech for the Nobel… [read]
Mention dumpster diving and it’s likely that the first image people envision is a male in tattered clothing, a wool hat, torn black jeans, boots that have no laces and a red-cheeked, drunken face jumping head first into a big… [read]
People who live an organic lifestyle tend to care about our environment. People who live an organic lifestyle also purchase a lot of fresh produce. That’s where Carebags Re-useable Produce bags come in. One Carebags pouch contains 4 reusable drawstring… [read]
Big Business, the term never used to turn my stomach. Now it does.
In my years of naiveté, the words “big business” meant industry, lots of jobs, lots of money, philanthropy. Corporate America was dependable, responsible. Men and women chose… [read]
On the other hand, if cars ran forever, and we never bought another new car again, we would be stuck with gas guzzling vehicles. There is something to be said for progress. As we vote with our wallet we push… [read]