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8 Ways to Go Green at Home

Going green does not involve you making huge changes in your life and routine, like some may think. In fact, it’s mostly the thought that counts, because once prepared and determined, you can easily make these small and tiny changes in your life for the sustainability of the earth. Going

Going Paperless: The Why & How

Going Paperless: The Why & How

Paper consumptions has almost tripled since the year 1960 and in spite of global warming, people are using papers aggressively in their daily routines. It is to be estimated that over 2500 trees are shredded to provide 10 million pages. The need of the hour is to go paperless and

Five Empowering Organisations Helping Women

  Millions of women around the world experience violence, inequality, and disadvantage every day. Here are five organisations helping to give these women a voice by advocating for gender equality. Helping women in areas of war and conflict Women for Women http://www.womenforwomen.org/ Women for Women International has helped more than 462 000 marginalised women

Adopting Pets: Choose Shelters over Breeders

There are many reasons why you should consider adopting pets instead of buying one. You will find a better selection of animals at shelters than at pet stores. Animal shelters take in pets of all breeds and ages, while pet stores have a limited variety and number of pets. There

Choosing the Right Charity

Choosing the right charity

By Jeff Vilcinskas Individuals gave $241.32 billion last year to charitable organizations across the globe. While that is a staggering number it will grow. As the internet continues to widen across the globe, it is capable of bringing new causes to individuals. As many new organizations are formed and looking for

A Smile: The Domino Effect

By Victoria Holland It’s weird the little things that stick in your mind. I remember when I was a kid in junior school my headmaster told a story in assembly that has always stayed with me - it was about passing on a smile. He said that when you smiled at

An Open Source Society

An Open Source Society

By Natasha Nixon Through many generations, there has always been a small population that attempted to live a life of the common use of goods, some harking back to Bible times and religious principles. Some lasted longer than others did, but human nature being what it is, most dwindled away, such

Socks That Make A Difference: Conscious Step

Inject color into your socks and hope into the world! Conscious Step created the most comfortable socks you'll wear and matched them to key global issues facing us today. Each pair of Conscious Step socks you buy allows them to donate to charities fighting hunger, providing water, educating children, treating HIV, planting

Choosing to buy Free-Range

Choosing to buy Free-Range

By C. Pen As we walk into the super market or the butcher's, our primary selection criteria, more often than not, is look and taste. Usually, when animal products such as meat or eggs are procured from the animals in high-volume, industrialized "farms," it is often done through harm (and often

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