Category: Going Green

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GenPink Picks: Earth Day edition

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Eco-friendly product review (supplied by GreenSmart) Read more

How recyclables get sorted and what happens next

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6 Reasons The World Needs More Girls on Bikes

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6 Reasons The World Needs More Girls on Bikes

A is for Activism

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ac·tiv·ism noun 1. the doctrine or practice of vigorous action or involvement as a means of achieving political or other goals, sometimes by demonstrations, protests, etc. 2. action for change Many twenty-somethings I know take pride in knowing we are part of something bigger. Many in our generation have a bigger cause (or a few) that we like to support and be a part of. My friend, and college roommate,… Read more

Go Green without changing your life

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This post is part of Blog Action Day. The goal of Blog Action Day is to bring the environmental issues to everyone’s mind. My goal in joining Blog Action Day was to let my readers know how simple it is to green your life with little-bitty-won’t- really-affect-you-much life changes. In fact, I have a few ways you can green your life without even having to let your friends and family… Read more

Comin’ Round the Bend

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I wanted to let you gals know of two things I am participating in. Blog Action Day is on Monday. "On October 15th – Blog Action Day, bloggers around the web will unite to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind. In its inaugural year, Blog Action Day will be co-ordinating bloggers to tackle the issue of the environment." If you want to join in you still have time.… Read more

GenGreen has moved

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All of our little green bites can be found here. Don’t worry I didn’t forget about all you pink loving green girls.

The Green Movement in Fashion | Girls Gone Styled

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I recently discovered Girls Gone Styled, a weekly mini-show discussing topics in fashion. This episode (#3) discusses the Green Movement in Fashion. There’s lots of talk about "going green" these days, and this week we interview Proenza Schouler’s technical designer, Rainer Wolter, to learn about his contribution to green design. I think the idea of a mini-show is very interesting. But so far, I’m not sure how I feel about… Read more

The W List: Outstanding Women Bloggers

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I found a great post today through sk*rt of The Magical List of Outstanding Women Bloggers. I am always excited to find new blogs to feed my addiction (and my reader), especially women bloggers.

There are over 150 women bloggers listed. One issue I had with this thorough list – it’s not categorized and there is no way to know what each blog is without visiting each one individually. I guess that’s two issues. So …

Here is the continuance of the outstanding women bloggers list, with blog descriptions. I look forward to making my way through these new blogs. Read more

Green your Starbucks addiction

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Introducing eco-friendly reusable coffee cup insulation sleeves … Who knew you could be fashionable while drinking coffee? Well actually, I did since I am in love with Starbuck’s travel mugs. But either way I still think these reusable sleeves aka Cupcoats are the cutest. These would make perfect gifts for your coffee loving friends. And … if you are looking for other ways to green your coffee consumption, hop on… Read more

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