Monthly Archives: March 2011

GreenLearner GreenThoughts by Amanda

NEWSPAPERS GET A SECOND LIFE Do you recycle your newspaper?  Every Sunday, 500,000 trees could be saved if everyone recycled their newspapers. A few creative companies are giving newspaper a second life.  Check out these artful products:

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GreenLearner GreenThoughts by Amanda

EARTH-CONSCIOUS MOM I recently attended a green-inspired baby shower.  The food, decorations, and gifts all had a planet-friendly twist. Needless to say, I was inspired to write a GreenLearner GreenThought on the different products out there for those chic Moms … Continue reading

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GreenLearner GreenThoughts by Amanda

USE “WATERSENSE” A retro shower head flows roughly 5-6 gallons of water per minute.  If you do the math, a 10-minute shower would send 50-60 gallons of water down the drain!  Modern shower heads now flow less than 2.5 gallons … Continue reading

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GreenLearner March Product Spotlight: Rainwater HOG

GreenLearner is proud to feature Rainwater HOG as our March 2011 spotlight green product.  GreenLearner selects a product monthly based on the interest of our users. Rainwater HOG was invented and designed by Sally Dominguez—an Australian designer and architectural practitioner.  … Continue reading

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GreenLearner Update

Thanks to the overwhelming positive feedback from our LEED GA practice exams, we have now added LEED AP BD+C practice tests to our exam simulator!  All our questions are crafted by LEED accredited Professionals and designed to help you be … Continue reading

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GreenLearner GreenThoughts by Amanda

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND I recently received a karma CARD™ from a dear friend of mine and thought it was a pretty clever product.  It’s a greeting card with an afterlife as a postcard.  The cards are perforated down … Continue reading

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