Sustainable Lifestyles

EcoIntelligence sustainable lifestyles articles, speeches, and interviews.This section focuses on sustainable (green) lifestyles and consumer choices. It includes articles, speeches, reports, interviews, book and anthology excerpts, PowerPoint presentations, and presentation transcripts. Every day we have a stream of choices that can be made in a more eco-friendly way. When added together, our collective choices have a huge environmental impact, whether positive or negative.

Going green not only benefits the environment for generations to come but also helps us as individuals. For instance, you can save money in your home through water conservation, energy efficiency, and waste reduction. Buying non-toxic cleaners and household products can also help keep your family healthy. Sustainable lifestyles involve product choices, transportation choices, vacation planning, child rearing, retirement planning, and much more.

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Dissatisfaction Guaranteed. Book excerpt by Dave Wann. From Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic (Buy Here >>). Based on two highly acclaimed PBS documentaries, Affluenza uses the whimsical metaphor of a disease to tackle a very serious subject: the damage done-to our health, our families, our communities, and our environment-by the obsessive quest for more material possessions. Book Excerpt >> Buy Here >> More about Dave Wann >>

"" Real People Finding Peace And Fulfillment In A Complex World. Book excerpt by Linda Breen Pierce. From Choosing Simplicity: Real People Finding Peace and Fulfillment in a Complex World (Buy Here >>), this excerpt goes beyond why and how to simplify your life to describe what has really happened in the lives of people who have done it. How does simplicity translate into our modern day-to-day world? Can people who embrace this lifestyle sustain it over time? Book Excerpt >> Buy Here >> More about Linda Breen Pierce >>

"" Green Jobs Growing In Your Home Town Government. Article by Melissa Everett. Many environmental protection decisions are being made at the local level, from land protection to transportation policy to industrial development. As a result, local governments are employing recycling coordinators, bike trail developers, water conservation educators, planners, and many others. Article >> More about Melissa Everett >>

Want To Be A Green Slacker? Interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman talks about his book, The Lazy Environmentalist (Buy Here >>), and the green movement at large. He gives some simple tips people can use to be green. Interview >> Buy Here >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

EcoGeek Of The Week. Interview with Josh Dorfman. He describes what it means to be a lazy environmentalist. Dorfman also talks about what it will take to become more sustainable and why he's involved in promoting green. Interview >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

Opportunity Green. Interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman answers questions about Vivavi, lazy environmentalism, government action on climate change, sustainable entrepreneurship, and hope for the future. Interview >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

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