Noteworthy Green: Green Collar Economy Giveaway, 13-Year-Old Hamburgers, XtraCycles, and More...

>> Wednesday, September 30, 2009

I'm giving away a copy of The Green Collar Economy at The Green Phone Booth. If you haven't read it yet, here's your chance to win a copy of your very own!

And elsewhere on the Internet:

:: Best of Mother Earth shows us what a hamburger looks like after thirteen years.

:: The Greenists recommend saving money on homemade personal care products by having a Make-Your-Own-Products party. Love it!

:: Maya*Made says you can keep your pins from rusting by putting used coffee grinds in your pincushion.

:: The U.S. Department of Energy is offering $10 million dollars to the first company to build a better lightbulb.

:: The New York Times gives us a glimpse of a school that has traded processed food for fresh ingredients in the cafeteria.

:: Simple-Green-Frugal Co-op lists ten ways to live sustainably in the city.

:: I am drooling over this bike from Xtracycle.

I'm now using Twitter to keep track of my noteworthy green reads. If you'd like instant knowledge of what I find interesting, you can find me on Twitter as consciousshoppr.


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