Food is a part of everyone’s lives — and it affects many different things, including your individual health, the health of the environment, and the health of animals. If you want to see how your diet scores on these three factors, click here. The considerations that go into each score include:
Easter is upon us, and all that fake grass, toxic egg dye, and plastic packaging can really add up. We’ve rounded up a few good articles to spark some eco-friendly Easter ideas in you. So try making a candy holder from a toilet paper tube (it’s cute; we promise!), serving hard-boiled eggs dyed magenta with beets, or using an old silk tie to create an Easter egg design that’s to dye for.
Last month, Dolphin Blue sent a film crew to the Forward on Climate rally in Washington, D.C. in a bus from Texas that we co-sponsored with The Sierra Club. The crew is hard at work on the film, which should be ready next month. For now, get a sneak peek with the trailer for “Cry Heard ‘Round the World: The Journey to D.C. to Take a Stand for Mother Earth.”
Have you heard the news? DolphinBlue.com has gone through a complete overhaul to make it even easier for you to browse the products, get your questions answered, and buy when you’re ready. As part of the redesign, we’re now offering new product categories, including children’s toys, pet supplies, and home and garden goods. And, of course, we still have all the same great office products that we’ve built the business on since 1994.
When actress Alexandra Paul took the stage at TEDx Topanga, she addressed a topic not many other people talk about: overpopulation. Recycling, climate change, energy usage, electric cars, oil spills, and veganism are all a fairly big part of the public discourse nowadays, but people still shy away from discussing just how quickly the rate of people on this planet is growing.
A carefree teenager in 1970, Andy Lipkis’ world was changed when at summer camp in the San Bernardino Mountains, a naturalist shared that the very forests they were surrounded by were dying due to pollution.
Ed Begley Jr. is famous for acting in shows such as St. Elsewhere, Arrested Development, 7th Heaven, The West Wing, Maude, and Veronica Mars, but he might be even better known for his environmental beliefs.