Monday, December 14, 2009

Carnival of the Green #206

Daily Mitzvah is delighted to host this week’s installment of the Tree Hugger Carnival of the Green.
A big thank you to last week’s host, Pragmatic Environmentalism. And you’ll definitely want to check out the carnival’s next stop, Lighter Footstep, on December 21.

Let the carnival begin!

  • Want to see your climate question answered live on television? Earth PM has the details in “COP 15: Let your voice be heard.”

  • Fake Plastic Fish is offering a plastic-free lip balm and body cream giveaway. As a bonus, the containers are compostable. Check it out!

  • Other blogs are embracing gender roles this week. For the boys: Guffly has green gifts for the men on your list, including my faves the upcycled Lego® cufflinks, as well as vegan sneakers, old-timey razor kits, and more. And for the young ladies: Go Green Street has tips on eco-friendly nursery decorating for a baby girl.

  • After you finish the nursery, Home Addition Plus has ideas for Inexpensive Green Home Improvements. And while we’re focusing on a happy home, Pragmatic Environmentalism offers useful advice for How to Preserve Your Laptop Battery

  • For those who are paring down, The Digerati Life reminds readers that they can donate older cars for a tax deduction

  • For those of a more theoretical bent, Project Earth offers thoughts on the connections between psychology, human behavior, and environmentalism.

  • And What Green Investments muses on climate and language

    Last but not least, here is our Best Green Tweet of the week:

    (Gang, we need more Twitter action! Interested in submitting your own tweets to Carnival of the Green? Learn more here.)

    Thank you for visiting. Don't forget to stop by Lighter Footstep next week for the next installment of Carnival of the Green!

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