By Jack Lundee, an avid follower of all things green and progressive.
With large corporations opening new battery plants, it’s no wonder why the race is on for sustainability. As Andrew Liveris and his team gear up to decrease the rate in which we burn fossil fuels, others are doing the same.
But Batteries aren’t the only [...]
By: Arto Torosoglu
In a world of processed and artificial foods, it often feels like getting fresh and organic foods is becoming more and more difficult. Part of the green initiative is to make sure people understand why we should choose the latter. During the “Edible Garden” event in New York, some of the most talented [...]
By: Megan Seyler
When many of us think eco-friendly fashion we think of organic cotton t-shirts with a sassy or informational phrase on them. We think that eco-fashion conveys a message, not really a sense of style or a ‘look’. Well, that is just not true. There are plenty of places to purchase eco-friendly clothes that [...]
By Nick Gallinelli
How many times have you given back to the “green” community? Or made a conscious effort to help the environment for the benefit of yourself and others?
Here at Envirocitizen.org, we are always looking for new ways to help and be a major part of a community that provides us all with a cleaner, [...]
By Arto Torosoglu
How many green books have you read in your life? Is your house a sustainable, eco-friendly home? Do your magazines and emails lack the environmental knowledge you are looking for? Are you ready to take the next step and embrace the green movement to the fullest? Here at Envirocitizen.org, we share with you [...]