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Zero-Waste Traveling

By Fredrica Syren: It’s no secret that my family and I enjoy traveling, and I have had people question how green I am if my family travels. We’re a family from two different countries: I am from Sweden and my husband, from the U.S.; so traveling between these two countries …

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Analyzing the Costs: Green Lifestyle vs. Typical Lifestyle

By Stephanie Lynch: While living “green” may seem expensive to most, it actually isn’t when compared to the way most people live. To put everything in perspective, I did a little research on certain costs the “green” way versus the traditional way. Cloth diapers vs. disposable diapers The cost of cloth …

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Welcome 2016 With Green New Year Resolutions

By Fredrica Syren a.k.a Green Mom: Even before the champagne’s been popped and everyone is returning to work, many of us make resolutions — things we would like to achieve and/or to make better for ourselves. 40 to 45 percent of adults make one or more New Year’s resolutions each …

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Cloth Diapers on a Budget

By Fredrica Syren: I see more and more eco-friendly parents choosing cloth diapers for their babies, which is a trend I’m very happy about; however, for some parents, the initial cost of cloth diapers might be discouraging. Let’s face the fact that diapers, no matter whether cloth or disposable, are …

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Eco-Leather Made from Pineapple Waste

By Kim Robson:  Here at Green Mom, we’re always looking for new innovations in eco-friendly fashion. Recently we discussed exciting new CO2-based technologies for green footwear. We’re still a long way off from sustainable leather. Are there any natural, sustainable, animal-friendly alternatives that have the look, feel and durability of leather? The answer is YES. A new …

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Eco-friendly and Ethical Fashion to Keep You Warm this Winter

By Fredrica Syren: This morning when I took my kids to school, I noticed it was fairly cold outside. Yup, it’s fall. And winter is coming, and so is the need to dress warmer and … eco-friendly. Fashion and clothes have a huge impact on the planet, from pesticides used to grow theraw materials for fabrics to the chemicals used to color them. And then, how many garments end up in …

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How To Be an Eco-friendly Consumer

By Larraine Roulston: To become an eco-friendly shopper, you should implement your eco power-of-purchase. By using your freedom and ability to choose, and using your voice to demand more environmentally-friendly products and packaging, you will most certainly influence both small companies and large corporations alike. Look at it as a challenging opportunity. …

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How Plan An Eco-friendly Wedding

By Melissa Barrad: The trend for environmentally friendly weddings is definitely on the rise and will continue to become even more popular in the next few years. But, what does that really mean to the wedding industry? After planning weddings and events for almost a decade, I can say without …

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I Do….Green Wedding Days Ahead

By Larraine Roulston: Eco-friendly weddings are those where the bride and groom embrace their day with the lowest possible carbon footprint. One of the first decisions to make is the date and location. Although destination weddings sound luxurious, they come with a heavy carbon footprint by compelling everyone who attends …

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