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    Happy Earth Day 2011 everyone!  Earth Day is the designated day of the year to take a step back and appreciate the environment and all that it does for us.  Unfortunately, between global climate change and mismanagement of natural resources, the environment is not as healthy as it could be.  Days like Earth Day remind us of what we should be directing our focus towards.  However, I feel that many people do not know the full history of how Earth Day came into fruition. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Melania

    Earth Day often evokes images of VW Buses, the White House, hippies with long blond hair and peace signs hanging from their necks.  Though we are not in the 1970s anymore, we are still reminded of the responsibility we have to conserve our natural resources.  So, the question remains, what will you do?

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    Happy Earth Hour everyone!  Earth Hour has become an annual tradition that originated in Sydney, Australia in 2007.  The original concept was developed in order to help bring awareness to climate change, but has grown into a worldwide phenomenon.  The holiday is nothing more than shutting off all your lights for one hour.  Fairly simple, right?  That is probably the reason why so many countries are now participating in this event.  The 2011 Earth Hour takes place today, March 26th, at 8:30PM-9:30PM (your local time). Read more…

    Photo Credit: Nic McPhee

    Who doesn’t love a good trip to the theatre?  I recently came across a document that outlined a different kind of educational form of theatre called “Green Drama”.  The program is a training course that is intended to educate people about how to make positive environmental choices.  Their concept is fairly simple:

    Environmental Education + Drama = Green Drama Read more…

    Photo Credit: David Goehring

    With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many of us will be shopping for chocolates, flowers, stuffed animals of all sizes and romantic cards.  While we’re looking to impress that special someone, we should also try to show the environment some love as well. Read more…

    If you’re somewhere in the world connected to the media, be it the paper, TV, magazines, or internet (and I have a feeling you are), you then know about the sexiest movement growing across the nation. No, not Zumba, I’m talking about the Grow-Your-Own movement that is capturing the hearts and tastebuds of people worldwide. Sadly, for those with limited spaces, gardening may seem less empowering when you wonder how you and your closet-sized balcony can participate in the coolest emerging activity in town. Thankfully, that’s why being connected helps. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Elvert Barnes

    Have you thought of your New Year’s resolution yet?  Well, let me suggest adding a very simple resolution that will have a positive impact in the world.  This resolution is as simple as reading a book.  Many people love learning about how their actions can specifically impact the world by seeing statistics and learning facts.  However, it is very hard to find sources that are reliable.  My New Year’s resolution suggestions are to read The Green Book and The Lorax. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Selman Pinarli

    The actuality of running out of water is quite unfathomable; especially given that, well… we live off the stuff. But when you take into consideration circumstantial influences, like a sizeable starving population, a rapidly expanding youth populace, and an addictive plant (similar to tobacco) that is quickly depleting the water supply, the notion becomes a bit more real.   All things considered, it is no wonder that Yemen could be the first country to completely run out of water. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Aussie G.

    Christmas season always brings out the gift giving, big meals and lots of parties.  With the New Year just around the corner, what kinds of resolutions are needed to make 2011 the most sustainable year yet? Read more…

    So this video is more about social justice then the environment per se but it is so moving that it must be shared on ThinkGreenLiveClean! The man in this video was honored on CNN’s Heroes of 2010. Get ready to feel a handful of emotions!

    Keep reading and continue greening!

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    -Greek Proverb