Now that the holiday season is among us, many of us have one common issue, “What do I get so-and-so for Christmas?” Well, here are some GREEN suggestions that does not include planting-a-tree-in-some-part-of-the-world-where-you-will-never-see-it:
Carbon Footprint – Ever wonder how much of a carbon footprint you leave on this planet? This wonderful site helps you calculate your carbon footprint. But that’s not all! You can offset it buy paying to offset your yearly carbon footprint by helping to plant trees, increase reusable energy, among other things. For your Christmas gift to yourself and your family this year, help offset your (or someone else’s) carbon footprint.
Flip & Tumble – Thanks to the Vlog Brothers, I came across this wonderful reusable grocery bag. It’s durable, sleek and small.
BTC Elements – For the fashionable, here’s a sharp eco-friendly clothing line. Be the change while still looking good.
Green Dimes – Hate junk mail? For $15, Green Dimes will constantly tell marketers to stop sending you junk mail. Not only will your mailbox be less cluttered, but you’ll be saving trees too!
Clean Air Gardening – Instead of throwing away all the trash in your kitchen, make it into compost. Who wouldn’t want a nice looking garden come spring time?
An Inconvenient Truth – Help educate others about our planet. Share this Academy Award winning documentary.
Who Killed the Electric Car? – Another wonderful documentary on how the United States became so oil dependent. A good push for those who are thinking of getting new cars.
Yummy Earth – Got a sweet tooth? Here’s some organic candy to ease that craving.
These are some of my suggestions to being green this holiday season. Let us all truly be green and share with each other what we all can do to protect our planet.