Tag: conservation

  • Going Carbon Negative

    Going Carbon Negative

    There are many ways to lower your carbon footprint, from simply recycling to outfitting your home with solar panels, but there are somethings you mostly can’t avoid, like air travel. The good news is, you can offset your remaining carbon footprint by donating to a group that plants diverse native trees (non-native monocultures are bad […]

  • Green Shipping?

    Occasionally, I hear someone ask which shipping company is the most environmentally conscious. Look, the answer is simple. If you want to ship something in a “green” manner, just mail it. Why? Because the mail truck would have gone to the destination regardless. Mail trucks deliver mail to the destination every day except Sunday, while […]

  • If you need a last-minute 2012 donation, please consider The Conservation Fund. Find out why here.

  • Why I Chose The Conservation Fund

    It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the environment and nature, so every year I like to split up the bulk of my charitable donations between two conservation charities; The Conservation Fund and The Nature Conservancy. This year, however, I am dumping all of that into The Conservation Fund and bypassing The Nature Conservancy. […]

  • Provide Clean Water for Free

    Three years ago, I published Save The Environment for Free, a post detailing some of the novel ways that you can help save our environment without having to spend a dime. Today, I’d like to talk about water. Many of us are used to simply going to the kitchen for a cool and refreshing drink […]