Friday Green Links – 1/22/10
I haven’t had much time to keep up on my green news the last couple of weeks, so this list is a little puny. Let me know if you come across anything interesting I should read.
- Borders Plans to Trash Hundreds of Thousands of Unsold Books – Inhabit. This isn’t all that surprising, even if it is a little dispiriting. When I was doing research about my Kindle, I found that 25-36% of printed books are returned to the publisher and destroyed.
- 7 Foods that Should Never Cross Your Lips – Prevention. Some useful information on what food should be bought organic.
- How Organic Is Organic Dry Cleaning? – Big Green Purse. I’ve mostly phased out dry-clean-only clothes from my closet, but for the few that are left, it would be really good to find an environmentally friendly dry cleaner.
- The Power of Flower – Boston Locavores. Boston Locavores does a good job convincing me that I should switch to bulk flour from Harvest Co-op. Sorry, guys, I’m not committed enough right now to get a grain CSA and mill my own…
- Reknit Turns Your Unwanted Knitwear into New Treasures – greenUPGRADER. I really like this idea. I wonder if I could figure out how to do this myself.