This week’s Carnival of the Green is hosted by Natural Collection. Topics this week include
- trash issues and what people do with it (including art)
- gas prices and driving
- green battery options
- versatility of nettles
- greening your office
- wind farming
- immigration reform
- climate change
- eating local
This week’s Carnival of the Green is hosted by Eco Warrior. Check it out for great information on the environment, simplifying your life for a healthier planet, and tips for being green. Enjoy!
This week’s Carnival of the Green is being hosted by The Evangelical Ecologist.
In this week’s COG, you will find tips on saving the planet, information on eco-building, disappearing bees, and ways to still grow a garden with very little space.
This week’s Carnival of the Green is being hosted by Common Ground. There will be lots of information, tips and ideas on greenissues.
This week’s Carnival of the Green is being hosted by Philobiblon. There is lots of great reading from Bio-Diesel items to Vegetarianism to Green History.
This week’s Carnival of the Green is hosted by Sludgie. There is a variety of things to read about, from toxic landfills to green weddings – enjoy!
It’s hard to believe that this is COG #70! This week’s host is Camden Kiwi.
There is a lot of great reading over there – especially on climate change.
I have been remiss in listing the weekly Carnival of the Green issues lately, a result of just how busy I have been.
Below is the schedule blogs that will host the Carnival of the Green through November of this year. Check out The Goode Life, host of this week’s COG.
2007 COG hosts:
Cocolico is this week’s host of the Carnival of the Green. Some of the table of contents for this week’s carnival, the last one before Christmas:
New Zealand’s energy plan
Waste on commerical airlines
High IQ children more likely to become vegetarian
A mixed review of Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth”
Ethical Options for Christmas
Happy Holiday Reading!
This week’sCarnival of the Green is being hosted by Organic Authority.
Be sure to read it – it’s full of all kinds of interesting information on green living, green gift giving, and interesting articles on a variety of issues.