Karen Logan was my first green teacher. Her book, Clean House, Clean Planet, teaches how to clean house naturally.
Surfactants alone remove all manner of dirt, germs and other ickies off counters, cutting boards, sinks, you.
Reduce chemical exposure for your baby by knowing what to look for and what to avoid.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is the “Consumer Reports of green living.”
Where there’s a market trend, there is always a manufacturer preying on the unsuspecting, uninformed, or distracted shopper.
This makes me deeply glad. See the positive impact Dr. Bronner’s first Fair Trade project made in its community.
Our daily hygiene habits add up. Minuscule amounts of toxins accumulate over time, breaking down our body’s natural defenses.
Fair Trade supports not only the employees and farmers, but also prospers the community around them.
There are things I don’t question until I try to explain them. Then they sound bizarre. Like where LA gets its water.
I am in Sri Lanka seeing what Fair Trade looks like at Dr. Bronner’s first sister project: the coconut mill, Serendipol.