Thursday February 10, 2011
Mrs. Meyer’s does not smell like this.
I generally don’t like to slam products. I’d rather focus on solutions than problems. But when there’s a general perception that something is eco-friendly or healthy, I want people to
Sunday December 5, 2010
In a shipping container in the backyard of Roberta’s restaurant in Bushwick, Brooklyn is the home of Heritage Radio Network – an internet radio station dedicated to spreading the good food gospel. My friend Nicole Taylor
Thursday June 10, 2010
I urge you to watch this series of important videos by Dr. Sanjay Gupta about how toxins are pervasive, persistent, and impacting us all, everyday.
An initial reaction to this might be easy to become paralyzed and
Tuesday April 13, 2010
Weather warming. Trees greening. Birds chirp-chirping. Flowers blooming. All signs point to Spring! Mother nature is awakening her creatures from Winter’s slumber – that includes you, too!
What do you do to signal the arrival of Spring?
Monday September 28, 2009
Find out on my new post on Aribra.com!
big cities: exhausting and exhilarating
In the big city, on any given day, anything seems possible. Millions of thinkers, dreamers, and doers exchange ideas, creative sparks, and currency. There are
Wednesday July 29, 2009
[Image: Lexington, Mass. Town website]
Have you ever walked into an elevator, a subway car, or any other crowded confined space and been smacked in the face by a toxic cologne cloud?
There are times when this overpowering
Monday June 22, 2009
The air inside our homes and businesses is often more toxic than the air outside, even in big air-polluted cities like LA and NYC. This is due to several factors, including off-gassing chemicals in furniture, toxins
Friday April 10, 2009
As I walked, still half asleep, to my subway stop this morning, I noticed a bright green smart fortwo covered in advertisements for Green Apple Cleaners (the non-toxic, CO2 based dry cleaners) parked just by the
Monday April 6, 2009
One of the most iconic structures in NYC is about to get a makeover. When it was built, it was a model for engineering ingenuity. Now, it’s going to serve as a model for energy efficiency.