If you’re going to the Farmer’s Market, it’s because probably you are someone who wants to eat the best possible food. But not all products at the Farmer’s Market are of equal quality. To help out, we’ve created a list of questions you can ask your farmer to learn who’s offering the food of the highest quality.
If you’re looking for an intimate venue in New York City that feels completely one-of-a-kind, then you might already be thinking about Brooklyn.
Searching for the right venue for your event can be stressful and time-consuming. Have a list of questions and considerations with you when you tour your potential venues to make the process easier. A space may look gorgeous, but it may not have everything needed to make your event the best it can be. Here are some key factors to consider, divided by category, to help you decide on the right spot.
If you already recycle, bring your reusable bags into the store, compost and you are looking to do more for the planet, then you may want to check out the zero-waste movement.
Social entrepreneurship is business that is not just concern with the bottom line of profit, but also with social and environmental issues. This is known as the triple bottom line or the Three P’s– profit, people and planet. Unlike nonprofits, social enterprise still earns a profit. Unlike most business, the focus is on the social or environmental change made while earning that profit.
The uncomfortable elephant in the room at the global dinner party = greenhouse gas emissions. The problem can seem so vast and thus overwhelming that
If you pay an electric bill, you can tell your utility that you want them to source your power from 100% renewable wind energy, and