NativeEnergy Newsletter

NativeEnergy Newsletter

NativeEnergy’s bi-monthly newsletter covers sustainability tips, carbon project development, and the latest climate change news.


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NativeEnergy Newsletter: 4 Tips for Choosing Sustainable Seafood
Sustainable Seafood: 4 tips for choosing an ocean-friendly catch     As warm weather rolls around, you may be daydreaming about clam bakes, grilled salmon, and long days on the beach. But do you know if the seafood on your plate is sustainable? | ...
Apr 11, 2013 4:30 PM ET
NativeEnergy Newsletter: How to Save Seeds for a Changing Climate
How to choose and save seeds for a changing climate Eight hundred miles from the North Pole, on a remote Arctic island, there is a vault. Its steel gray entrance juts out of the snow, a sharp preview of tunnels that run deep into the mountain. Armed guards with black guns patrol the premises. What’s inside? Seeds. |...
Feb 19, 2013 11:45 AM ET
NativeEnergy Newsletter: 9 Ways to Green Your Pet
Welcome Santa and cut greenhouse gas pollution with NativeEnergy holiday cards The holiday season means lots of carbon emissions--from travel, to shopping, to giving gifts. But with our holiday cards, you can send greetings with the climate in mind. Each biodegradable card includes carbon offsets that help build new renewable energy projects. Better...
Dec 4, 2012 3:15 PM ET
America Recycles Day: 5 Important Recycling Tips
If you read this blog, you probably recycle. But do you recycle correctly? The household recycling process has changed since it became popular in the 1970s. Many municipalities have expanded their capabilities, and some forward-thinking cities have even implemented curbside composting for food...
Nov 15, 2012 1:25 PM ET
5 guidelines for sustainable seasonal decorating
I recently found myself frozen in the aisle of a crafts store, staring blankly at a shelf of candles. There were countless scents, and many of them—“mulled cider,” “eggnog,” “pumpkin spice”—were deeply evocative of the coming holidays. This is my favorite time of year, and like many people, I want to celebrate it by decorating my home and reveling in the sights and sensations of the season....
Oct 10, 2012 10:30 AM ET