One man’s trash could be just what someone out there is looking for. Here’s how to give away things you don’t want at lightening speed to save the planet and avoid a dumping fee.
About Felicity Stone
“I take a pragmatic approach to sustainability,” says Felicity. “Like the environment, I do not have unlimited energy and resources. Being green is more attainable when it fits your budget and your lifestyle.”
Entries by Felicity Stone
Until the end of February, bag vintage clothes at great prices—and do something great for entrepreneurial teens at the same time.
Here’s our 2011 guide to finding eco-friendliest Christmas trees in and around Metro Vancouver, including u-cut farms, Evergrow living trees, CarbonSunc and The Bees Knees Christmas Trees.
When that splash of red wine lands where it shouldn’t, this fresh, natural product will remove every trace.
Forget about recycling, used AA and AAA disposable batteries can now be given new life. The Eco charger from Rona will do the trick.
At this one-day warehouse sale brought to you by Vancouver Heritage Foundation, architectural salvage is beautiful, sustainable and cheap.
Made from nature’s perfect fibre, Icebreaker wool clothing is so versatile and long-wearing that you don’t need to buy a lot.
How to better serve the new wave of vegans coming soon to your table. We’ve found the perfect cookbook.
3 Ways To Get A Real Green Christmas Tree In The Lower Mainland: Go Local, Go Live, Go Organic—And Great Sources For Each
Forget gift-wrap paper and ribbon, traditional Japanese wrapping cloth is easy, quick and reusable.