Going Green Lenses
This edition of Best of Squidoo features my top picks for "green" living lenses!
Everywhere we look these days, it seems the main message is Go Green and Save Money. This is an attractive message to many people, as we are always reminded that the planet is in peril because of useless waste. It does seem that people want to contribute to saving the planet and to save money at the same time, and that makes good sense all the way around. You can Go Green and Save Money Anytime, Anywhere.
There are many incentives for going green--you can make a huge positive impact on the environment and create a brighter future for generations to come. In addition to this, there are many personal benefits to going green. The largest personal bonus is the monetary benefit that it can have for homeowners.
Tiny houses are compact structures hand built from green building materials. Tiny houses are so small they're easily moveable; they can be quite practical for a single person interested in living a green lifestyle at low cost. Environmentally friendly tiny houses are designed and built with a small footprint - small homes/small buildings require fewer resources to build and they use a minimal amount of land and energy.
Going organic sounds great, but what does it mean? And why should you go organic? Organic products mostly cost more, and they're harder to get. What's the difference between regular food and organic food? There are a lot of differences. There's also a lot of hype about going organic. Some foods aren't necessarily the most important to buy organic, while with others, it's crucial. With your food and clothing, there are some definite reasons to why you should be going organic that will benefit not...
Sustainable, organic gardening and permaculture are big topics! Everyone wants safe, organic fruits and vegetables and even eggs, so many of the old "Victorian" practices of backyard gardens and keeping poultry and other animals are making a come back. Many people are practicing urban agriculture in vacant lots and in backyards all over the country.
Solar cooking is great. But the sun isn't always available! It's easy to master the Integrated Cooking Method, which gives you three ways to cook your food using renewable energy. The Integrated Cooking Method uses three readily available devices: the solar oven, the Haybox (AKA retained-heat cooking), and the Rocket Stove. You can purchase these items or make them yourself. My goal with this lens is to get you to jump right into the Integrated Cooking Method. Whether you want to conserve natura...
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