How are you feeling? Don’t know about you, but I’m exhausted. Lots of coffee has been consumed over these past few days. We still don’t know who’s won the election and it saddens me that we are so divided. We need to find a way to come together. Regardless of the winner, we must all be focused on preserving the environment. This issue isn’t about taxes or small government/big government. The health of our planet affects all of us. In the meantime, what else can we talk about…
This new book looks very interesting. I’m putting it on my to-read list
Battery recycling can be tricky. In the past, I’ve guiltily thrown them away in the trash, but have been trying to do better. Here’s a helpful guideline
From the NY Times, “As Climate Disasters Pile Up, a Radical Proposal Gains Traction”
We know that eating less meat is one way to help the Earth. I try, but sometimes have no idea what to cook. I’ve followed the meat/vegetable/grain formula for so long and am often at a loss. Hannah has offered some ideas. Here are 50 other vegetarian dishes that you can cook in under 30 minutes. If you are aiming towards veganism, No Meat Athlete offers a guide as well.
A fun video about a Dover, NH business who made small environmental changes with the help of Eversource, saved money and improved their business in the process!
And here’s a recap of other topics Hannah and I discussed this week on GreenLifeNH!
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