agreenerlife:

Support the Earth Day Network when you buy this organic cotton t-shirt by Chow Hon Lam from Threadless (for a mere $15).
In addition—this week only—$1 per order will be donated to PlantaBillion.org, an organization dedicated to planting one billion trees in the Atlantic Forest, a tropical rainforest in Brazil which has been heavily deforested as a result of urban expansion, agriculture, ranching, and illegal logging.

agreenerlife:

Support the Earth Day Network when you buy this organic cotton t-shirt by Chow Hon Lam from Threadless (for a mere $15).

In addition—this week only—$1 per order will be donated to PlantaBillion.org, an organization dedicated to planting one billion trees in the Atlantic Forest, a tropical rainforest in Brazil which has been heavily deforested as a result of urban expansion, agriculture, ranching, and illegal logging.

Tags: clothing

in.gredients: “The first zero-waste, package-free grocery store in the US” (by ingredientsATX)

I totally had this idea, but I just thought it would never take off. Of course, I was thinking about how I was going to convince, say, a yogurt producer, to give me their product in bulk rather than packaged. Love this idea so much!

From How to: Build a Pea TeePee
I just like saying “pea teepee.”

From How to: Build a Pea TeePee

I just like saying “pea teepee.”

Tags: gardening

Pupusas, first attempt on Flickr.Not used to the pupusa-making process, but it tasted really good, overall. From Terry Hope Romero’s fabulous “Viva Vegan” cookbook.

Pupusas, first attempt on Flickr.

Not used to the pupusa-making process, but it tasted really good, overall. From Terry Hope Romero’s fabulous “Viva Vegan” cookbook.

Follow the Money (by oxfamamerica)

Artist Turns Trash Into Rainbows 
Melbourne-based artist and jeweler Liz Jones is a bit of a magician, turning trash into beautiful rainbows. Her art is gorgeous, but sadly just a 20-minute stroll on a nearby beach is more than enough time to collect the supplies needed for just one rainbow.

Artist Turns Trash Into Rainbows 

Melbourne-based artist and jeweler Liz Jones is a bit of a magician, turning trash into beautiful rainbows. Her art is gorgeous, but sadly just a 20-minute stroll on a nearby beach is more than enough time to collect the supplies needed for just one rainbow.

Hat tip: @izatchu! 

Lower your carbon footprint with an eco-floating home
Modular stack, weehouses.com.

Modular stack, weehouses.com.