Quick Green Reads For The Weekend Volume 233

October 21, 2011

The year is moving along so quickly. Although it may not seem like it, the holidays will be upon us before we know it. So, for those of you looking to get a head-start on your holiday planning, here are 20 eco-holiday tips and suggestions.

One of those simple technologies, the chicken tractor, first drew my attention because, well, it’s an attention-catching name… but also because of its simplicity, and ability to serve a number of purposes elegantly. So, What is a Chicken Tractor?

It has, however, forever linked Luntz + company to climate change denial, which in turn raises certain questions about whether a firm he founded could really be committed to Conservation International’s mission. By now, you may also be asking yourself why an environmental organization would hire the firm owned by a chief architect of climate change denial?

After a year of anonymously documenting her daily consumption of school lunches in a blog, Chicago public school speech pathologist Sarah Wu, 34, has revealed her identity and a new book, Fed Up With Lunch.

Sadly, I’ve come to the realization through extensive experiential research that unemployment makes for a very green lifestyle.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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