Twitter | Search | |
Shalom Green
Shalom Park Environmental Initiative promoting Jewish values through sustainable living
492
Tweets
238
Following
74
Followers
Tweets
Shalom Green retweeted
Recyclebank Jan 7
It’s also wrong to put electronics in the curbside recycle because e-waste is a recycling contaminant that makes standard recycling more difficult and more costly.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
Project Drawdown Jan 7
An estimated 600 Gigtaons of carbon is in the world's soil. OCSL_John The minerals in soil can hold on to a significant amount of carbon pulled from the atmosphere, a new study shows, as the world tries to shift its carbon economy.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Dec 27
Check out our latest blog post Resolving to be a Greener Shalom Park. We had the opportunity to sit down with the Foundation of Shalom Park and learn about some exciting reduction strategies
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
USGBC North Carolina Dec 10
Congratulations to all of our and Sustainable Awards finalists and winners! We are so proud of the work you've accomplished! Read more about our winners here:
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Dec 1
Organic food sales in the U.S. doubled over the last decade, but organic farming hasn’t kept pace. ⁦
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Nov 29
A great night for Shalom Green at the we are so honored to have been recognized as a finalist for their award!
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
Recyclebank Nov 6
Before you decide to replace your old clothes with new ones, take a look at these ways to make your old pieces feel fresh again.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Nov 7
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Nov 1
Why You Should Care About "Blue Beauty" Just as Much as Green Beauty
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
Shalom Green Oct 17
Kicking off our screening of Wasted! The Story of Food Waste in partnership with Cares. Great turn out and a great opportunity to recruit some
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Oct 17
Kicking off our screening of Wasted! The Story of Food Waste in partnership with Cares. Great turn out and a great opportunity to recruit some
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
FAO Oct 14
Carrots are carrots. Don't judge. Pick 'ugly' fruit and vegetables to reduce your . Every action counts for a world.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
FAO Oct 13
Without healthy and fertile soils we can't produce our food. 🥕🥔🍅 We need to respect the ground beneath our feet, it's more than just dirt.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
FAO Oct 13
There is wonder in growing our food. A combination of water, soils, hours of hard work and more produce the thing we need the most. How can we not respect it?
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Oct 13
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
Recyclebank Oct 12
There are a lot of small and larger changes that we can make to make our coffee habit more sustainable and energy-efficient. Here’s how!
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
FAO Oct 12
1.3 BILLION tonnes of food is wasted every year. We can: 🛒Shop smart 📅Understand dates on food 🍏Buy 'ugly' fruit and vegetables What are your tips to reduce ?
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green Oct 1
Please join a movie screening and panel! This is a free event but please register: Visit the LJCC Customer Service Desk, or call 704-366-5007.
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
FAO Sep 30
The choices we make today will determine our . A few actions we can all take: 👉Reduce your 👉Support your local farmers 👉Adopt a more healthy and sustainable diet Respecting our food for a 🌍
Reply Retweet Like
Shalom Green retweeted
Recyclebank Sep 28
From better meal planning to knowing what to do with leftovers, these ideas will help you minimize kitchen waste.
Reply Retweet Like