Living green often seems like an extreme practice. After all, it can be very inconvenient. And everyone has watched one or two TLC specials featuring cooky-looking folks who make salads out of greens that they find at the local park, or go to amazingly creative (and off-putting) lengths to reduce the water used for toilets and showers. And everyone knows someone who takes healthy and sustainable living to an extreme and has a kitchen stocked solely with plant-based protein powder and chia seeds.
However, “going green” has also gained a lot of popularity in the last couple decades. Gradually, we’re learning that new technology doesn’t always have the answers that we need. Sometimes, the best way to move forward is to take a step that looks, at first, like a step backwards in time. More »Pin It