Why Choose Natural Wool for Your Next Carpet

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Natural wool carpeting is a smart choice for homeowners that want a chemical-free lifestyle.

Natural wool carpeting is becoming more popular as consumers are looking toward a more natural, chemical-free lifestyle.

Natural wool carpeting is expensive, but it’s most likely the best choice for homeowners who like the look or feel of carpeting but still want to use natural or organic materials. Purchasing a few wool throw rugs are a more affordable way to enjoy the natural comfort of wool floors under your feet without the expense of wall-to-wall carpeting. [Continue reading]

6 Reasons Gardening with Native Plants is Better for You and the Environment

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When we think of the typical garden, it often conjures up images of perfectly groomed and trimmed plants and flowers amid a clean bed of mulch. Many gardeners choose their plants based on what "look" they want to achieve, or other desired … [Continue reading]

Green Tips: Turn Down the Thermostat


When it comes to saving energy, it turns out dad was right. Turn your thermostat down and wrap up in a toasty sweater or blanket. In addition, use a programmable thermostat to lower the temperature at night while you’re sleeping. If you’re looking … [Continue reading]

Adventure Cycling: Training for a Long Bike Trip


If you are just getting started in Adventure Cycling, the first thing to consider is your training needs. How far do you want to go and how many days do you have to travel? I am currently planning a four day Bicycle Touring trip of about 220 … [Continue reading]

Healthy Home Starter Kit Has Everything You Need to Clean Green

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Last week we talked about going green with natural cleaners, etc. And we know that chemical-free cleaning is something we should all be doing to save our environment and out health. The problem for some, is that they don't know where to start. If … [Continue reading]

Green Tips: Stop the Draft to Save Energy


Stop air leaks from drafty doors and windows by sealing leaks with weatherstripping. Weatherstripping will prevent heat loss and help keep your winter energy use low. Loose seals around the sides of doors or windows are one of the most common … [Continue reading]

Green Tips for Cars: Lighten Your Load


Looking for ways to save gas and increase your fuel economy? Then it's time to Lighten Your Load. Clear your car of extra baggage and you can improve your fuel economy by two percent for every 100 pounds. Are you still carrying around that … [Continue reading]

From French fries to fuel: using biodiesel to drive the future

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When petroleum products like gasoline are burned, they invariably release toxic gases into the atmosphere, creating smog and contributing to global warming. It's a situation with numerous detrimental effects to life on our planet. As a result, … [Continue reading]

Adventure Bicycling: How to Get Started Traveling by Bike


On GreenWorld365 we talk a lot about reducing your carbon foot print.  There are a lot of ways to do this from conserving energy, recycling, buying offsets, or eating less meat.  But what about travel? According to Green Progress, a 3000 mile … [Continue reading]

School Fundraisers Go Green to Raise Money

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Does your school need to make some money? What if we told you that your PTA or school club could earn money by being green? Think about it: you would not only be helping your school community by fundraising, but also our planet by … [Continue reading]