Join us at the Fair@Square Festival in December to learn how to make your home a toxin-free sanctuary. Why is this important? “MANY Americans assume that the chemicals in their shampoos, detergents and other consumer products have been thoroughly tested and proved to be safe. This assumption is wrong.” New York Times[i]: The interesting thing about . . .
Celebrations to be had in this little pocket of the world. The city of Hamburg (Germany) has banned the following list of nonsustainable items from their government-run buildings stating that taxpayer money will not be spent on products that don’t meet it’s high sustainability standards Coffee capsuals or pods plastic cutlery and plates beer, soft drinks . . .
7 resources to help you create a low toxin /no nasties environment in your home. The cat has been let out of the bag and continues to wreak havoc in our environment and on our health – (sorry cat lovers). This cat is the continuous release of new, untested chemicals onto the market and used . . .
Robert Owen, author of the recently released book The Australian Beekeeping Manual – written specifically for Australian beekeepers – shares tips on how to create a bee-friendly garden, whether you’re a beekeeper, or just want to encourage bees to visit your garden. What is the ideal garden for . . .
Look upstream. Los Angeles doctor Rishi Manchanda treats more than the symptoms a patient presents with: he tries to get to the root cause of the illness. Manchanda does this by looking “upstream” at the social and environmental influences underlying the condition. Now, he is taking this one step further with a campaign to teach doctors and other . . .