Category : Go Green

by Agnes Linsay - 3 months ago

Biofriendly Way to Grow Food Indoors

While your front or backyard may be a wonderful place to put a garden, where you can grow your own fruits and vegetables, not everyone has the space to do so. Some people have very small yards. Other people have no yards at all. For this reason, we...

by Agnes Linsay - 3 months ago

Longevity

What is the secret to a long and happy life? How do people who drink martinis and eat bacon every day become Centenarians? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob list several scientifically proven ways to increase your longevity–...

by Agnes Linsay - 3 months ago

7 Tips to Create a Green and Sustainable Home Office

By working from home, and not commuting on a daily basis, you are already helping lessen the environmental footprint your company is making. However, we can all do more to help the planet. While some people believe having an eco-friendly...

by Agnes Linsay - 4 months ago

Social Media Sustainability

When it comes to achieving a better and more sustainable future, an important aspect is the health and well-being of the human race. This week Noel and Jacob explore modern society’s unhealthy relationship with social media, the danger of spre...

by Agnes Linsay - 4 months ago

The Ultimate Green Beginner’s Guide To Camping

Camping is an activity that takes place outdoors. It includes a stay or a number or stays away from home in a shelter, usually a tent or a recreational vehicle. Traditionally, participants prefer to leave built-up areas to spend more time in nature u...

by Agnes Linsay - 4 months ago

How To Recycle Nitrogenated Beer Cans

Beer lovers know the joys of nitrogenated canned beers. A polypropylene nitrogen “widget” in the can releases its gas you pop the top, producing a rich creamy head on the beer. But does the plastic widget make the can less recyclable? The...

by Agnes Linsay - 4 months ago

How Eco-tech Can Help Us Tackle Global Carbon Emissions

In recent years, global carbon emissions have been rising despite many countries’ concerted efforts to limit them. Despite all the downsides of the current pandemic, the imposed lockdowns have brought some good news: Daily global carbon dioxide (CO2)...

by Agnes Linsay - 4 months ago

Maven Moment: Grandma Rose’s Frozen Treats

My mother-in-law loved to tell me stories about growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s and 1940s. The current heatwave in Brooklyn reminded me of some stories about her mother, Rose. Despite the scarcities of the Depression and World War II years, Rose...