Thursday, June 3, 2010

The Green Revolution

So this is the thing. I have decided that I am 1 voice that maybe I can make a difference. And what I had decided that it is ok to be passionate about something and talk about it! So that is what I am going to do! I am going to provide resources and ideas on how to go green. I am also going to have links to my resources so everyone can check out what I am talking about.

It is a Green Revolution! I know you all of heard of by now the Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. Well why can't we have a Green Revolution? It is so important that we get the house hold chemicals/cleaners out of our homes and our schools. We know what the effects are - so why do we do it?

So as we go through the next several days you will see me post ideas on making bug spray, killing ants and so many other suggestions!

I look forward to some great conversations!



  1. I run a website called 2nd Green Revolution ( Here's a brief explanation of the site. Perhaps it can help provide some ideas.

    The “Green Revolution” usually refers to the agricultural transformation of the last half of the 20th century. The “Second Green Revolution” is the technological transformation of energy production, distribution, and consumption to green, clean, and sustainable methods taking place in the first half of the 21st century.

    More specifically, 2nd Green Revolution is dedicated to presenting pertinent information on the clean energy economy. With a focus on renewable energy, smart grid, energy efficiency and sustainable development, 2nd Green Revolution aims to provide analysis, insight and an informative viewpoint on issues relating to the next green revolution.

  2. Thanks for the insight. I will have to say from a "commoner" I believe in all the ways of how the green tides should be in our lives on a daily basis.

    When I Google green revolution I see what you are saying, but I also see what I am saying. So the common folk will understand. I will take this, however, and see if I can change up the words that might make better sense! Thanks for the tip and I look forward to hearing and following your blogs!