Do The Green Thing: "Don't Bottle It" by Stuart Watson
Family, Kids & Health Stuff
- What is Teflon: The Infertility Connection - (Mommy Greenest) Knew teflon was bad, but didn't know it was linked to infertility!
- Unacceptable Levels Trailer - (YouTube) Movie coming out summer 2013 about all the chemicals we're exposed to everyday and have seeped into our bodies.
- EWG's 2013 Guide to Sunscreens - (Environmental Working Group) Get ready for the hot days ahead.
- $325,000 Lab-Grown Burger to be Served Up in London Next Month - (Inhabitat) Hmmm...right or wrong? Would you eat it?
- UN Report Says We Should Be Eating More Bugs - (Inhabitat) Unfortuantely, don't think us westerners will be able to get over the barf factor.
- Dark chocolate enhances mood... - (ConfectioneryNews.com) "Study particpants consuming a cocoa flavanol-rich dark chocolate drink reported being calmer and more content." Hmmm...think any chocoholic could have told us that!
- 27 Ways To Make Your Groceries Last As Long As Possible - (BuzzFeed) Really good tips here!!
- Superbugs Invade American Supermarkets - (Environmental Working Group) "Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are now common in the meat aisles of American supermarkets. These so-called superbugs can trigger foodborne illness and infections that are hard to treat."
- Tell the FDA to Reject More Aspartame in Milk! - (Food Democracy Now) "...the giant dairy lobby is trying to force the federal government to redefine 'milk' to include artificial sweeteners such as aspartame in children’s school lunches without proper labels."
- Nurseryworks Stylish District Crib Transforms Into an Adult-Sized Desk or Daybed - (Inhabitots) Wish all cribs did this!!
Beauty & Fashion Stuff
- More Western Brands, Retailers Commit to Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety - (Ecouterre) Gap and Walmart are NOT among them!
Tech & Science Stuff
Nature & Environment Stuff
- Study: Gulf oil spill is sickening fish vital to seafood industry - (Los angeles Times)
- 7 places for top-notch stargazing - (Mother Nature Network)
- Cicadas continue East Coast march - (Mother Nature Network) Scientists expect this brood's population to be up to 30 billion this year.
- A Black Mound of Canadian Oil Waste Is Rising Over Detroit - (NYTimes.com) "Detroit’s ever-growing black mountain is the unloved, unwanted and long overlooked byproduct of Canada’s oil sands boom."
Arts, Entertainment & Travel Stuff
- Best hiking in the U.S. and how to prepare for it - (Mother Nature Network)