The next time you pop a wine cork, drink a toast to the environment. That’s because your choice of wine closures has a real impact on the health of the planet. Cork is still the hands-down favorite closure for wines sold in the U.S. because it allows wine to age properly, and it is part [...]
Have you ever given much thought to your home insulation materials? Is your insulation eco-friendly? If not, perhaps it’s time to consider using recycled insulation materials. Energy prices rarely fall over the long term, and very few of us have the option to continuously heat or cool our homes with free sources of energy. Insulating [...]
GreenWorld365 editors recently attended the Go Green Expo in Los Angeles California. The expo offered us a wonderful experience to meet many venders that believe in Green Living and to experience their products. One of the products that we were truly impressed with was The Urban Dweller’s Guide to Green Living by Greenopia. This guide [...]
You shouldn’t let a bunch of tree-hugging environmentalists just walk all over you unless, of course, you are environmentally friendly flooring. Sustainable flooring is rising in popularity among the different types of flooring on the contemporary home flooring market. We’re not surprised. The assorted types of flooring that comprise the “environmentally friendly flooring” group make [...]
Today’s Meatless Mondays recipe is a quick and simple one that’s great when you get home too tired to cook something fancy. A yummy Mushroom and Shallots Pasta. (serves 4) 1 pound pasta, 2 large shallots, diced 12-15 mushrooms, sliced thin 4 tablespoons of butter 1/2 cup white wine or sherry Parmesan cheese, grated olive oil [...]
From taste-tempting, luscious reds and bright sparklers to elegant, spicy whites, Whole Foods Market unveils its “Top Ten Holiday Wines” list — at prices fit for merrymaking. All 10 wines are priced under $15 a bottle. This year the best list includes a distinguished selection of organic wines. Here’s the list (feel free to check [...]
In the midst of a third consecutive dry year, California’s water supply continues to shrink as the state’s population grows, but according to a new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council, the state’s commercial, industrial and institutional (CII) sector has the tools to save more than enough water to meet the annual needs of Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego combined. Some leading California businesses and institutions are already catching on – saving water and money at the same time.