Saturday Green Links – 3/19
Okay, they’re more Sunday (almost Monday) green links. Close enough.
- Myths About Insulating Old House Walls – About Your House. Adding cellulose insulation to old homes could lead to moisture problems? (Thanks, Brian.)
- How to Install Cellulose Insulation – Green Building Advisor. Or not.
- How to Air-Seal an Attic: Introduction – Green Building Advisor. More on insulation.
- Could Polyester be the Next Eco-Friendly Fabric? – Ecouterre. Use and disposal make up a large part of a garment’s footprint. (Thanks, Sharon.)
- Last-Minute Little Dinners for One – Tips, Ideas, and 25 Recipes – Cheap. Healthy. Good. Good quick tips.
- Creamy, Brothy, Earthy, Hearty – New York Times. Bittman on soup!
- Plan to Can – Sense of Home. I’d like to think that I’m the sort of person who cans, but I’m not really. I like to live vicariously, though.
- The eco-guide to responsible drinking – Slate. Stick to draft.
- Know how green your consumer choices are with Sourcemap – Examiner. A little unwieldy, but interesting.
- The Ethics of the Most Ethical Companies – GoodGuide. Much like with my Social Choice retirement account, I wonder exactly what criteria they use to come up with this list.
That’s all, folks. As usual, if you find something cool this week, send it along.