our favorite links
Organic Trade Association - http://www.ota.com
Environmental Working Group - http://www.ewg.org
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics - http://www.safecosmetics.org
Earth 911 - http://www.earth911.com
U.S. Green Building Council - http://www.usgbc.org
Eco-libris - http://www.ecolibris.net
Preserve - http://www.preserveproducts.com
Earth Day Network - http://www.earthday.net
Good Guide - http://www.goodguide.com
The TruEarth Project - http://www.truearthproject.com
Healthy Child Healthy World - http://www.healthychild.org
Green Street Logistics - http://www.greenstreetlogistics.com/index.html
One Green Street - http://www.onegreenstreet.com
EarthEra Renewable Energy - http://www.earthera.com/
Houston Electric Cars - www.HoustonElectricCars.net
Huckleberry Creative - http://huckleberrycreative.com
Lemonade Day - www.lemonadeday.org
The Healing Space - www.thehealingspacehouston.com
I Care – www.icareabouttheplanet.com
CoInside Co-op Working Space – www.co-inside.com
New Living - http://www.newliving.net/
Shoppers Guide to Pesticides on Fruits and Vegetables. See the list of the best and worst.
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Find out what the best and worst eco-friendly choices are when it comes to seafood.
Anne Marie Fine, an Arizona-based naturopathic physician and skin specialist, helps to outline the shelf life of eight key products in Body + Soul magazine.
Vendor and Product Information
One Green Street sources every product on their shelves using sustainability as their matrix. Considerations when choosing products and vendors include the following:
1. Made and Sourced Locally
2.Chemical Free, Non-Toxic ingredients
3. Fair Trade, Fair Wages
4. Use of Environmentally Safe Materials