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Here’s a clever way to give a gift of cash. You need: Empty tissue box, 1 tissue, dollar bills, tape, construction paper, tape.
York College’s Sustainability and Environmental Studies minor will screen the documentary “Bag It!” at 7 p.m. Nov, 8, 2012.
The York Free Store in a new initiative by county residents where items can be donated or “bought” for free, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the last Saturday of each month at the Friends Meeting House.
Trees sequester carbon dioxide, and paper is made from trees. So should we use as much paper as possible to combat the growing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere? It’s an interesting theory, but after a little digging, it doesn’t … Continue reading
Co-worker April Trotter blogged this week about a recent American Psychological Association study that found, among recent generations, a steep decline “in wanting to take action to help the environment.” One Washington Post article attributes it to green fatigue. We’ve … Continue reading
I was flipping through the October issue of Prevention this weekend, when I read this statistic: Fewer than one-third of the 3.9 billion bottles of wine bought by Americans each year are recycled. One-third. I immediately looked for the sourcing, … Continue reading