Defend Going Green

I recently wrote a school paper about how individuals can make a difference in their efforts to go green, despite skeptics who think it’s pointless to try (no doubt supporting the project I have just begun with my little blog, here). But there’s something to this, and I got the idea from a guy (we’ll … More Defend Going Green

Green Grocer

Today marks five weeks since I moved to Chicago. (yay!) I’ve been exploring shops, clothing stores, bars, restaurants, and grocery stores to figure out where I might fit in to become a regular. Being a student, I’m looking for places where I can spend money sparingly, since I have none. I’ve found this is much … More Green Grocer

Free Water

My idea for week one is a very simple and easy way to save some plastic waste. In my personal, sometimes snobby opinion, plastic=death. It’s awful. One of mankind’s most destructive discoveries. Although, most manufacturers would argue that it propelled industry forward; it’s used in almost every sort of product and brings in an uncanny amount … More Free Water

On A Mission

I’m starting a project today. I’m on a mission to discover how big an individual’s carbon footprint really can be. Every week, for one year, I’m going to make a small adjustment to my daily life, or perhaps just find something new and interesting on the topic, to eventually become “green.” How many people do … More On A Mission