Posted by: netitheyeti | January 22, 2015

The Xerces Society


The Xerces Society puts together a great newsletter about invertebrate conservation — bees, butterflies, ladybugs…

Posted by: netitheyeti | September 28, 2014

A Solar Powered Charger for Most USB Devices

Granola Strolla

Granola Strolla’s New Solar Charger Keeps You Connected

A Bright Idea for a Familiar Problem With Mobile Devices

MEMPHIS, TN–(Marketwired – Sep 25, 2014) – Granola Strolla founders Ben and Irene Rodda have created a solar powered, environmentally-friendly device that powers almost any USB device as fast as a wall charger. The lightweight, water-resistant Granola Strolla converts power from the sunlight and stores the solar power in its Lithium Iron Phosphate battery. It even charges indoors and on cloudy days.

Posted by: netitheyeti | August 22, 2014

Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables

A Supermarket’s Way to Reduce Fruit and Vegetable Waste

Intermarché, a French supermarket chain might’ve found the answer to stop things like that from happening.

Instead of tossing out spoiled-looking fruits and vegetables people refuse to buy at supermarkets, the company decided to transform these batches into soups and fruit juices.

The end result? Everyone bought the juices and soups!

Check out the video above for a closer look!

Posted by: netitheyeti | August 18, 2014

Feeding Forward: Reduce Waste and Feed the Hungry

Feeding Forward — a great way to get rid of your excess food!

Feeding Forward. Reduce waste and feed the hungry
Posted by: netitheyeti | August 10, 2014

50 Things You Can Stop Buying & Start Making

Some fun things to make and save money along the way.






Posted by: netitheyeti | June 3, 2014

Organic bags for packaging your fruits and vegetables.

The Lizzie Bag is a great way to package your fruits and vegetables at the grocery store.

Posted by: netitheyeti | May 13, 2014

S Oil’s innovative way to save oil in Korea

We should use this method everywhere!

Posted by: netitheyeti | April 18, 2014

27 Ways to Make Your Groceries Last as Long as Possible


Here are some great tips on how to make your fresh food last longer.


Posted by: netitheyeti | April 13, 2014

A Cool Way Use Your Noodle!


Posted by: netitheyeti | April 10, 2014

Ways to use your magazines after you are finished with them


Things you can do to give your magazines a longer life:

Share them. Shelters, senior centers, and hospitals welcome reading material for their residents or patients.

Donate them to a school. School art teachers or craft centers are always looking for materials to use for projects. The best magazines for kids’ projects are food, home furnishings, travel, or fashion magazines.

Make paper beads or weave a bracelet. Turn colorful, glossy paper into beautiful jewelry by rolling strips of magazine paper into beads or weave strips of magazine into a bracelet.

Make furniture. Make a shelf or a stool.

Use them for packing material. Crumple the pages or shred them and use it for packing material.

Use them as wrapping paper. Take pretty pictures and turn it into wrapping paper.

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