Welcome To The No-Nonsense Guide To Going Green And Eco Friendly Living Advice

We live in an amazing world – a world of infinite variety and beauty – and a world worth preserving for future generations.

Going green is all about finding simple, effective ways to reduce our impact on the planet and it’s my pleasure to welcome you to this site. Here at Eco Living Advicewe have a simple philosophy – that being eco friendly shouldn’t be difficult, expensive or unpleasant.

going green and eco friendly living advice This site is chock-full of ideas about how to live a greener existence without having to compromise on your lifestyle, live in a cave or double your salary just to pay for expensively-priced eco products and solutions.

We don’t want “being green” to be anything special – we want it to be the standard way of living and if we are going to really help the eco movement to become mainstream we need to make being eco friendly as simple, fun and cost-effective as *not* living a sustainable lifestyle. Only at this point will be truly be able to turn the tide on all the damage we have done as a species.

Here on Eco Living Advice you will find an ever-growing collection of carefully written and thoughtful articles offering practical, simple ways of going green. We recommend that you subscribe to this site so that you can receive all the latest eco friendly articles as they are published without you having to constantly return to this site.

There are three main ways to delve into this site and get the information you’re looking for. Firstly here is a list of our most popular articles published to date which should provide you with some useful information to start off with:

7 Practical Steps To Going Green By Reducing The Food You Throw Away

The Hidden Cost Of Cheap Food

6 Eco Living Tips To Reduce The Rubbish You Send To Landfill

4 Easy Ways To Reduce Your Meat Use And Become More Eco Friendly

7 Amazingly Good Reasons Start Growing Your Own Food

Going Green By Using Less Water In Your Garden

9 Ways To Make Your Computer Use More Eco Friendly

Secondly you can browse the various categories of articles on the site which include Eco Events, Going Green Tips, Eco Friendly Products and our ever-popular Eco How To’s.

Lastly you can use the search box at the top of each page to use our built-in search engine and immediately find answers to the most pressing questions you may have on how to be eco friendly.

One final note before we sign off – and it’s important. This isn’t just a static website where we publish the odd article. It’s a passion – an obsession almost – and we want you to be involved. This is *your* website as much as ours and we want to hear from you. We want this site to become a “meeting place” for like-minded individuals such as yourself – where we can share ideas, suggestions and thoughts on eco living.

To this end I would encourage you to make yourself known. At the bottom of every article you will find a “comments” box where you can leave any feedback or opinions discussed in that article and we’d love to hear from you. Lastly we have a contact us form for a reason – we really want to hear from you – so feel free to drop us a line and let us know a little about yourself and what you would like to see more of here on the site. We’re all friends here.

2 Responses to “Welcome To The No-Nonsense Guide To Going Green And Eco Friendly Living Advice”

  1. devrimNo Gravatar 8 April 2011 at 10:14 pm Permalink

    I agree completely. I am living an eco-friendly life as long as I can remember. I was not aware of the importance of Organic foods and products up until a few years ago. Since then, I have been trying to live a more Organic, sustainable life. I try to purchase products accordingly. It is not an effort, but a way of life with reducing, recycling and reusing things. I think everyone should try to live a life that is more respectful to the environment.

  2. fred@finallyfastNo Gravatar 24 May 2011 at 8:59 am Permalink

    "The Hidden Cost Of Cheap Food" is an interesting phrase. There is an article on your site about this…but I present a secondary meaning: The cost to your health from eating the cheapest food available, here in the USA. The food that's worst for you is also, oddly enough, the cheapest! Hamburger Wednesday at McD's, get 2 hamburgers for 1 dollar. Etc.

    This has got to stop! But how? I don't see the government stepping in to further regulate McDonald's or punish it for advertising their unhealthy food to children. It's got to start with us.

    Go Green!!

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