Downsizing -- A Thousand Square Feet Per Person, A New American Standard

Let's face it, the Great Recession has not been a plus for the green movement overall. Most ordinary Americans are still sympathetic to the cause, but their willingness to spend even a penny extra for environmentally friendly products has been dampened by four dollar gas, five dollar cereal and loss of equity in their homes....more
I too was waiting for the punch line. 1000 square feet per person??? I'm a single parent. Even ...more

What Green Looks Like: The Development of Sustainable Technology with Heather Clancy on Women Of Green

Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist with a passion for green technology and corporate sustainability issues. She writes on diverse topics with thoughtfulness and precision. She speaks here with Women Of Green about information technology, Facebook, and her hopefulness in the green movement....more

Nature As Mentor and Other Lessons from Biomimicry on Women Of Green

If you found inspiration in Janine’s post earlier this month titledEmulating Nature (Because All Life Depends On It), here’s the follow-up you’ve been waiting for. An in-depth look at innovation inspired by nature and the steps it will take to align ourselves with the up to 30 million other species currently inhabiting the earth....more

"Built Totally Green with Michaela Miller" on Women Of Green

You can listen to this podcast for free at Women Of Green....more

Green from the Floor Up?

I see a lot items about sustainable business and the effort to "go green" for consumers, small business, and institutions.  But today new research on what most Americans think about greenhouse gases got my attention. ...more