Tourism is one of the biggest industries in the world. Unfortunately, mass tourism is often fraught with potentially environmentally damaging problems and economics that usually send money spent far away from the communities where tourist destinations are located. Thankfully, … [Read more...] about Eco-Friendly Travel Tips
Archives for September 2006
Looking to save water in the garden? Try out this low-flow water gun attachment for you hose. It has six settings, making it a versatile tool that will help you care for all your plants and landscaping! … [Read more...] about Six Position Low-Flow Water Gun
The EcoBabes 2007 Calendar is on the way to aâ€¦store?...near you! Well, anyway, you can order it on the internet. Thatâ€™s right, EcoBabes! The Climate Protection Campaign is responsible for creating this unique marketing strategy that will undoubtedly raise eyebrows and … [Read more...] about Interview with EcoBabes
Compost made from recycled paper apparently has the extraordinary ability to help your plants fight off diseases. Or so says new research by the University of Warwick. A team of researchers working under Professor Ralph Noble has done some interesting experiments recently that … [Read more...] about Fight Plant Diseases with Recycled Paper Compost!
New Mexico is a state famous for beautiful landscapes and vast, unspoiled wilderness. Unfortunately, these natural areas are threatened more and more by people who want to tap small of amounts of oil and gas from these regions. Thankfully, organizations such as the Coalition … [Read more...] about Artists, New Mexico Bioneers to Celebrate the Valle Vidal