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Which Foods Are The Worst For The Environment?

Published on March 25, 2014 By admin

  The argument that a vegetarian diet is more planet-friendly than a carnivorous one is straightforward: If we feed plants to animals, and then eat the animals, we use more resources and produce more greenhouse gases than if we simply eat the plants. As with most arguments about our food supply, through , it’s not […]

Update: On TheGetGreenKey.com

Published on September 11, 2012 By admin

  We’ve recently been asked why we decided to have a separate site (http://www.TheGetGreenKey.com) to post Lisa’s new video /podcast/article series to, rather than putting it on our blog.  We figured this would be a good opportunity to give you a heads up on what you can look forward to from us in the coming […]

Tip #7 For Earth Day – Buy Products From REAL Environmental Companies

Published on April 22, 2012 By admin

  Happy Earth Day!  Our 7th and final tip for what has been a great Earth Day Week is “Buy products from REAL environmental companies.”  The reason this is more important than ever is because in a world of “spin marketing,” companies are trying to make their products look green to trick you into buying […]

High, Low, Rate Your Chemical Sensitivity. What is it?

Published on April 26, 2011 By admin

Environmental Evaluation Rate yourself with the following environmental evaluation.  See how sensitive you are. Rate on a scale of 1 to 10 – 1 being Low and 10 High   What is your reaction to the following?   1. Odor of the fruit and vegetable sections of supermarkets 2. Detergent aisle of food store 3. […]

Green, Environmental, Climate, Emissions. Going Green? Or Are You Being “Green Washed“?

Published on March 22, 2011 By admin

We’re seeing these terms more and more.  Green, environmental, climate, emissions, global warming, greenhouse gases and the list goes on.  Are we being green washed?   The term is generally used when significantly more money or time has been spent advertising being green (that is, operating with consideration for the environment), rather than spending resources […]