Unique (and Downright Strange) Steps towards Zero Waste

The Next Steps in Recycling By Amy Copeland As we dutifully pitch our cardboard, glass, and the sometimes-hard-to-avoid plastic bottles into the recycling bin every week, it can feel like a lot is left over for the trashcan. That does not feel great. But it turns out, a lot more can be recycled that we … Continue reading Unique (and Downright Strange) Steps towards Zero Waste

Christmas Climate Steps – a new set for 2018!

(Photo by Oleg Magni on Pexels.com) Article by Annette Olson and Carrie McLaughlin Wow.  Christmas 2016 was when I (Annette) wrote my second Climate Steps blog ever - Christmas Climate Steps, and it's now SO LONG AGO.  It's been a weird two years, definitely.  And during this time, many of us have been motivated to … Continue reading Christmas Climate Steps – a new set for 2018!

Green Investing – the Basics of Mutual and Similar Funds: Know your ESGs…

Guest blogger: Hugh O’Connor, with Annette Olson Money talks – twice. Take away money from investments that are damaging to the environment, and invest in the growing, green economy, and it results in the same dollar doing double the work. We need to use whatever resources we have, money included, even when in small amounts, … Continue reading Green Investing – the Basics of Mutual and Similar Funds: Know your ESGs…