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Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp's Blog – January 2010 Archive (1)

Indiana Living Green guides readers through sustainable investing in Jan-Feb 2010 issue

Freelance writer Ed McKinley takes readers through the ins and outs of sustainable investing with an eye on green returns in the January/February 2010 issue of Indiana Living Green. Renee Sweany, founder of Green Piece Indy newsletter, shares some of the green steps she’s taking for her upcoming wedding, and Carter Brandt tells the sweet and healthful story of local honey. Bloomington designer and an area homebuilder give ideas on how to build a new… Continue

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Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

I’m dreaming of a green Christmas

No matter how snowy it is where you live, you can have a green Christmas — even though the season is rife with over-consumption. Each year in the U.S., approximately $75 billion is spent on Christmas gifts, 1.9 billion cards are sent and 20.8 million trees are cut. This year, [...]

Lose the plastic tablecloth

Renee,

Are plastic table coverings recyclable?  We were in charge of recycling at a recent parish festival and were able to recycle all the usual items: cardboard, glass, cups, cans, and bottles.  But when we were asked about the table coverings, we weren’t sure how to answer and thought you [...]

Recycling and bicycling: helmets

Renee,

I recently bought a new bicycle helmet to replace my “expired” helmet.  My old helmet cannot be reused by anyone, but can old bicycle helmets be recycled somewhere? 

Rita

Rita,

I dedicate this Ask Renee to the Indiana cyclists who have recently lost their lives while riding and their [...]

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