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Mar 03

Keeping the Energy Costs Down in the Classroom

Conserving energy can be more than just helping the environment. It can be about cutting costs around the school and classroom. By reducing your energy bills, there could be more money, when budgeting, to afford some of the other things to improve education. What can be done around the school to help promote greater energy …

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Aug 19

10 Ways to Go Back to School Green

As kids go back to school you might be in the market for a few new pencils, a notebook or two, or a whole new wardrobe. However there are ways to cut down on your spending and save the environment even at the start of a new school year. Here are some ideas to help …

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Aug 30

Ways 2 Green Up those Back-to-School Lunch Foods

There have been a plethora of articles floating around the internet lately regarding going green when planning for back to school. I’ve seen everything from the clothing to the pencils, the binders and even the lunch boxes themselves. But, there seems to be very little about the actual food itself going in the lunch box. …

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Aug 23

Guest Post: Eco-Friendly Back-to-School Tips

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When it comes time to prepare your children for another year of schooling, you’ll probably find yourself on the hook for a multitude of expenditures, not all of them monetary. Certainly you’ll have to lay out some cash for new clothing and school supplies, but the cost to the planet is something to consider, as …

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Jul 20

Guest Post: Ways to go back to school the green and eco friendly way using this Naked Binder school supply list

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With summer half way over, it’s nearly that time to start thinking about getting ready to go back to school. Besides new clothes, most of the back to school mayhem revolves around school supplies. Ah, the scent of pencils a.k.a. freshly cut down trees, PVC plastic pencil boxes, and petroleum based crayons. Can you smell …

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