Mitopure | Nature’s Answer Extracts | Pela Case | Wama Hemp Underwear This month’s featured promo products so far feature a game changer in waste reduction — the compostable phone case, as well as longevity and preventative natural health items from Timeline Nutrition and Nature’s Answer, plus breathable healthier Hemp underwear by WAMA. Shangri-La GreenContinue reading “Shangri-La Green February Promo Products — From Compostable Phone Cases To Hemp Underwear 🌿”
Delightfully sweet and satisfying, SuperFood Magic Squares are easy to make — just mush and freeze — but they’re also available in the Shangri-La Green shop. They feature two great promotional products: Vegan Un-Honey & Green Vibrance powder, as well as other top shelf ingredients for nutrient density. New in Cosmetics are updated containers andContinue reading “Shangri-La Green 🌿 Top Shelf Recipe + New Products”
Some great new additions to the Shangri-La Green shop with some exciting ingredients, most notably Bristlecone Pine seeds, from a revered tree that lives thousands of years.
Shangri-La Green kicks off the in-house eco-conscious lifestyle products with the Copper Jellyfish Scrubby. It looks like a jellyfish, right? And copper mesh works better on pans and dishes than anything else I’ve ever used; it’s a healthy plastic free cleaning accessory, and it dries quickly. It also happens to be shiny and aesthetically pleasing.Continue reading “Shangri-La Green Debuts In-House Products 🌿”
This week’s Shangri-La Green featured products also include a featured process to reduce waste — quite simply, using leftover [formerly fresh] dried herbs as a tea blend. It’s easy to let the herbs just sit to dry out, and then crumble up the bundle to place in the top filter of the Japanese cast ironContinue reading “Shangri-La Green Makes Tea: Featured Products + Process”
This Shangri-La Green featured product represents a small change that makes a big difference for an eco-conscious New Year’s Resolution. Switching to the aluminum reusable coffee filter has been rewarding, knowing that is a significant household reduction in waste. The one pictured above is a large basket filter; there is also a k-cup version.
The new Shangri-La Green page features non-toxic, organic, eco-conscious products as well as those related to longevity and wellness, and overall higher materials and manufacturing standards. Green products have been featured sporadically on the site and now will be more regularly. The product features will be those tried & tested to be beneficial. The firstContinue reading “Shangri-La Green + Featured Product: Bamboo”
Continuing on the deco botanical series, this new piece geometrically celebrates a well loved plant: “Sugarcane.” What’s especially interesting is this photo is of sugarcane growing wild in Massachusetts.It’s typically considered native to tropical regions. Please don’t flag the sugar as being invasive though! It can stay. 😆 Seriously, DNA is part sugar and salt.
There’s so much money in carbon removal these days that even money itself could get in the game by becoming part of the new wave of green materials science. After all, there’s still plenty of physical currency. And The US Department of Energy has invested a lot into artificial photosynthesis R&D: https://www.energy.gov/articles/department-energy-announces-100-million-artificial-photosynthesis-research That’s right —Continue reading “Eco + Finance: Photosynthetic Money — Hard Currency Meets Carbon Removal”
I have a rudimentary design of a trashcan that uses a laser in the process of vaporizing / gasifying or sublimating waste to either produce ideal byproducts like even Oxygen or Water, or quite “simply” keep infinitely re-energizing the process of the can! Fortunately these methods are up & coming in waste treatment plants. ButContinue reading “Tech + Environment: Plasma Arc Gasification & Vaporization / Sublimation Trashcan + Receptacles — Revolutionizing Waste Management”
In order to experience a sustainable world environment, it’s necessary to promote the free flow of technology, ideas and resources. The most important technology to adopt first on a large scale is that of green electric energy. Far from being a new concept, it requires no further justification. Switching modes of energy should no longerContinue reading “The Sunday Investor: Future Vision”
^^ A gem of a video on auto conversion to get a sense of what would take place! Very interesting. And how about solar boat conversions? >> I can’t make a specific recommendations but there are plenty of products on the online market for converting both cars and boats to solar. Solar and electric conversionsContinue reading “Converting Fossil Fuel Vehicles To Electric + The Debut Of Electric Barges”
Here are 4 major solutions for waste reduction and environmental clean-up in the United States: 1 • Switching to all compostable packaging — Companies include World Centric, GoodStart and Lean Orb 2 • Converting to Green energy systems — There are already numerous options for doing so 3 • Collecting / cleaning up and convertingContinue reading “4 Majorly Impactful Solutions For Waste Reduction In The USA”
• Apple Cider Vinegar • Baking Soda • Hydrogen Peroxide • Dr. Bronner’s Soaps Avoid all those unsavory chemicals with those for 4 useful multi-purpose items. Many products contain unnecessary chemical ingredients and I think it’s important to keep things simple and pay attention to what you’re buying. I do what I can to practiceContinue reading “Go Green With House Cleaning”
Part 5. Environment & Technology Our lives are inextricably linked with our home spaceship Earth, a paradise because the rest of the solar system is somewhat inhospitable — at least to us. Of course, plans and efforts are directed towards terraforming, and deep space travel towards planets such as Proxima B. The beautiful earth isContinue reading “Activating The Ageless Algorithm Pt. 5”