The internet contains a lot of information, a lot of green information. Mashable has a Green Toolbox that is a massive list of online resources to help you with your green living. This list is very extensive!
The Carbon Diet – Track your carbon footprint every day and compare your footprint with those of your friends.
Hunuh – Community collaboration space where members can submit & discuss green technologies, services and processes.
This list is great!
Being proper in an urban setting is not that hard, but it’s always fun to have a guide to see if you are doing it “right.” The New York Metro has released an Urban Etiquette Handbook. What better city than New York to write a guide like this considering they are the most polite?
The basics of the list:
(1) No raking women with your eyes; glance quickly and respectfully.
(2) Offer to share a taxi rather than fight over it.
(3) Babies in strollers get right-of-way—until they abuse it.
(4) Still no ogling girls—c’mon!
(5) And skateboarding, are you kidding me?
(6) Not everybody loves your dog as much as you do.
(7) No bicycling on the sidewalk unless under the age of 6.
(8) Pedestrians can die of secondhand smoke, too”