Have you ever wondered how paper recycling actually works? Check out the infographic below and see how your daily recycling efforts are making a real difference.
Dolphin Blue has been a big fan of recycled paper since the 90’s. (Remember the 90’s? Good times.) We pride ourselves in the fact that our papers contain a minimum of 20% post-consumer recycled content, with many of our paper options repping a 100% post-consumer content stamp. In other words, Dolphin Blue offers “tree free” paper. Yes, we love the environment.
It may seem a bit ironic that Jeffrey M. Smith lives in Iowa, surrounded by genetically modified soybeans and corn — the very things he’s spent years fighting against.
As author of the bestselling book on genetically modified food, Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating, Smith has meticulously documented the effects of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) on our health, along with how biotech companies have misled leaders into thinking this issue isn’t a big deal.
The Dallas Arts District is one of the city’s walkable neighborhoods.
We love our hometown of Dallas at Dolphin Blue, but it hasn’t always had a reputation for being a very easy place to get around without a car. Bike lanes and the expansion of DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit, our light rail system) are changing that, and we’re thrilled that gas-guzzling vehicles aren’t the only way to traverse the city. Here are some great ways to get from here to there:
The greenest way to get from here to there? That’s with your feet. Hit the trails this summer in support of both your health and the environment. Need some inspiration on where to start? The National Scenic Trails are a great place to start.
Infographic courtesy of REI.com
New green technologies are invented all the time, making life as we know it a little more eco-friendly. Think solar panels, hybrid cars, water-powered clocks, and post-consumer recycled toner cartridges (of which Dolphin Blue has a wide array).
But some inventions are a little more offbeat. Here are three that take something old and make it new again — in totally unexpected ways.