Author: Laura Caseley

5 Recycling Ideas For Old Board Games

So honestly, when was the last time you played a board game? Was it when your kids were little? When you were little? Was it the time you wanted to play, but found that half the pieces and the instructions… Read More

5 Tiny Houses With Big Green Ideas

It used to be that the sign of living well was a big house, one with lots of rooms, maybe a pool—the kind of house you might envy when you catch a glimpse of it on TV or in a… Read More

5 Green Chicken Coops For The Urban Gardener

Chicken coops might seem like something that’s only found in rural farming communities, but they’ve been popping up all over suburban and urban yards, becoming a new trend in local—very local—food sources (we mean the eggs), as well as cute… Read More

Five Green Buildings In The Big Apple

You might not think of greenness when you think of New York City—it tends to call to mind concrete, smog and traffic rather than clean and eco-friendly design. But that’s not quite the case. Green building is on the rise,… Read More

5 Of The Greenest Cities In The World

Cities and towns worldwide are making strides to embrace more and more green technology in terms of clean, renewable energy, recycling programs, and efforts to reduce their carbon footprints and become more sustainable. But certain cities are outpacing others. Based… Read More

Solar Powered Fashion Meets High Design

We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Sandra Garratt, the design director of Los Angeles-based clothing company Silvr Lining, which combines sustainable and natural materials with renewable energy technology to create a new breed of modern clothing. Silvr Lining’s… Read More

Green Tech Talk: A Sustainable Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year again–time to stuff ourselves on turkey, potatoes and stuffing until we nearly pass out, and spend time with friends and family. But a big meal means big preparation, and this usually means a lot of… Read More
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Clean Tech News Briefs November 7, 2011

EarthTechling looks at a lot of interesting clean tech news daily as we consider what items to have our staff write about. Here are some green tech news gems we found while researching online you might consider reading more on… Read More

Green Tech Regional Report 11-2-11

This week’s roundup of cleantech stories from around the country takes a look at green college buildings and clean energy installations around the country. Read on to see what’s happening in the world of green tech in your neck of… Read More

Smart Grid To Get A Big Test In Denmark

Beginning next year and running for four years, some 2,000 residents and business on the Danish island of Bornholm will be the subject of an experiment. The goal: To determine how to develop a grid powered by at least 50… Read More

SoL iPhone Charger Solar Powers Apple Mobile

The SoL Hybrid Power Pack for the iPhone is yet another item created to provide a serious solar charge for smartphones that is cleaner and sustainable. Solar panels on the back power the built-in battery in both outdoor and indoor… Read More

Midwest Clean Energy Challenge Goes To College

Earlier this month the Clean Energy Trust (CET), working collaboratively with partners, Cleantech Open, Nortech , University of Michigan, Purdue University and Washington University, as well as sixteen Midwestern universities, announced that the 2012 Clean Energy Challenge will be expanded… Read More