alicebenny

Writer, Cook, Environmentalist, and Mother of 2. Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign...Lives in Denver, CO

5 Tips For The Perfect Destination Proposal

Updated: January 2nd, 2019Perfect Destination Proposal – There are a ton of steps that go into planning any sort of trip. From hotel rooms to flights and making sure you hit all of the instagram worthy spots, a trip alone can be a lot to handle. Not to mention, if you’re planning on a destination proposal, …

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3 Ways a Green Lifestyle Goes Beyond Sustainability

Updated: January 2nd, 2019Living a green lifestyle is often equated with sustainability, however, there is so much more to it than just that. Although conserving natural resources is a huge priority alongside the reduction in greenhouse gases, there are so many layers to a green lifestyle that once you are truly into it, you’ll wonder …

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Renewable Resources: China Ambitious Green Energy Development Plan

Updated: January 2nd, 2019China’s Green Energy Development – When it comes clean energy, China Is not exactly the first country that comes to mind. China has often been seen with its citizens walking around the cities with facemasks on and the fumes from factories in the background. Nevertheless, the country is trying hard to change …

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How to be eco friendly while spending

Updated: January 2nd, 2019How to be eco friendly while spending and Going green is a complete commitment, and you need to analyze every aspect of your life to be sure you are doing the most you can. Saving our planet and reducing our carbon footprint is a 24/7 job. You need to pay attention to …

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Best Time To Visit Rwanda and Uganda Gorillas

Updated: January 2nd, 2019Best Time To Visit Rwanda and Uganda Gorillas -A question that not only activates a popular debate but also usually has most travelers grappled in thoughts of whether to go or not to travel is the choice on “what time of the year to travel”. Should we blame it on the different …

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8 THINGS TO TRY OUT WHEN YOU TRAVEL TO ANGUILLA

Updated: January 2nd, 2019TRAVEL TO ANGUILLA – The small yet extremely beautiful island of Anguilla is a dream destination for anyone who loves the idea of an island getaway away from the crowd. Located in the Eastern Caribbean, the picturesque main island and the few islets of Anguilla is part of the British Overseas Territories. …

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Simple Swaps You Can Make for a Greener Lifestyle this Year

Updated: January 2nd, 2019With more and more people growing concerned about the environment and their personal impact on it, going green is a trend that has been continuing to rise in recent times and will hopefully only get bigger. Whether you’re new to the whole idea of living an eco-friendly lifestyle or are used to …

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Who’s to Blame for Household Debt Levels?

Canadian debt levels are among the highest of developed country nations, beyond those of Americans and Britons. Recently, we’ve been warned that these debt levels are far worse than previously thought with growing consensus among experts that Canadians aren’t immune from the downfall they witnessed among their American neighbors.

Who Profits From Recycling

Updated: January 2nd, 2019Who Profits From Recycling Recycling In America: More Than Just A Feel Good Experience Recycling leads to far more than entitled consumerism, when done right it is capable of producing significant results. Given the gravity of the environmental crises we face, it is very easy to be cynical about small scale activities …

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Sustainability Initiatives at Yellowstone

Over the course of a recent cross-country drive, I briefly visited Yellowstone National Park for the first time.  A day and a half hardly allows one to do justice to exploring the natural wonders of the world’s first national park.