Environmentally-friendly burial options are hitting the scene. Wicker and cardboard coffins can replace traditional wood, and dry ice can be used instead of formaldehyde, reports Huffington Green.   Personally, I wouldn't be caught dead in a wicker coffin (take that Laura Ashley), but I like the idea of kisses goodbye not being overwhelmed by the scent of formaldehyde. Better burial options give us all something to look forward to.

Environmentally-friendly burial options are hitting the scene. Wicker and cardboard coffins can replace traditional wood, and dry ice can be used instead of formaldehyde, reports Huffington Green. Personally, I wouldn't be caught dead in a wicker coffin (take that Laura Ashley), but I like the idea of kisses goodbye not being overwhelmed by the scent of formaldehyde. Better burial options give us all something to look forward to.

Three things most of the world can't do: #ShowerDrinkFlush   Get involved with @Water #MicroistDay

Three things most of the world can't do: #ShowerDrinkFlush Get involved with @Water #MicroistDay

Truth.  great website.gardening and sustainable living tips, food related documentaries, and information of food/agriculture injustices.

Truth. great website.gardening and sustainable living tips, food related documentaries, and information of food/agriculture injustices.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/02/kingii-life-preserver_n_7715274.html?utm_hp_ref=hawaii

This Tiny Life Preserver Could Save Your Summer

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/02/kingii-life-preserver_n_7715274.html?utm_hp_ref=hawaii

Using solar power to recharge devices

The Port Solar Charger Turns Any Window into a Power Outlet for Your Mobile Gadgets

this is amazing!! completely made from plastic bags and straws....! oh to be this creative...

this is amazing!! completely made from plastic bags and straws....! oh to be this creative...

No date given for photo (educated guess, 40's or 50's), but this was definitely NOT taught in my elementary school in the 50's!

No date given for photo (educated guess, 40's or 50's), but this was definitely NOT taught in my elementary school in the 50's!

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