This week in the green blogosphere:
- Cindy Endahl of myrecycledbags.com muses on the ultimate grocery bag; while Deirdre Helfferich of The Ester Republic asks What to do? about our ever growing collections of plastic bags.
- Vihar Sheth announces It’s Electric, Boogie, Woogie, Woogie! posted at green | rising.
- MoneyChangesThings reports on the 2009 Prius’ new feature: solar panels.
- APH debunks an Urbanism Legend: Gas Taxes and Fees Cover All Costs of Road Use posted at Market Urbanism.
- Sally Thompson shares Greener Thumb: 100 Resources to Grow Your Own Organic Fruits and Vegetables posted at Organicasm.
- Fake Plastic Fish attempts to bribe her CA readers with the best fudge sauce in the world to write to their reps about an important plastic bag bill in the state assembly.
- David comments on Rising Gasoline Prices And The Demise Of The Small Town posted at The Good Human.
- After a school year of misery, Sally Kneidel of VeggieRevolutution was ready for total immersion in Lake Llanganuco, Peru. One problem: the only entree on the menu at Lake Llanganuco was guinea pig.
- SVB @ The Digerati Life reassures us We’re driving less to save money and the environment!
- La Margurite recounts her nostalgie for a time of less trash in a post entitled Garbage Society.
- Kacper Wrzesniewski ennumerates 37 shortest hacks to save on electricity posted at KacperWrzesniewski.com.
- NtJS instructs us on Dumpster Diving Etiquette posted at not the jet set.
- jzulueta presents Green is Righteous posted at jzulueta.
- Lynn from OrganicMania.com writes about the rationale for the launch of The Green Moms Carnival which launches Monday at organicmania.com; and Diane MacEachern shares more on the new carnival over at The Daily Green.
- Matthew Philip presents Removing the Fossil Fuel Blinders posted at EnviroHumanImpact.
- Jason Isbell shares tips on how to Recycle the Waste posted at Tired Garden.
- Emmett Duffy at The Natural Patriot gives us an update on the Tiberneck Biodiversity Restauration Project.
- And here at everydaytrash, Leila talks to Kim Holleman about art, politics and the definition of “TRASHNAMI“.
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