Noteworthy Green: Illegal Rain-catching, LEED-washing, Natural Bug Spray, and More...

>> Wednesday, July 1, 2009

::Check out this headline from the New York Times: It's Now Legal to Catch a Raindrop in Colorado. This is crazy!

::Heather at the Simple-Green-Frugal Co-op shows off her beautiful handmade pouches for the "envelope system" of paying in cash. Make some for me, Heather?

::Compostwoman at the Simple-Green-Frugal Co-op provides a list of ways to get crafty with nature and kids.

::Grist outs some buildings that claim to be LEED certified as "LEED-washing."

::Grist provides some examples of how screwing up the environment has been bad for the economy.

::Living Green Below Your Means and Fake Plastic Fish both take a look at umbrellas.

::Living Green Below Your Means suggests some less-toxic bug repellants.


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