Do Indoor Plants Really Provide Return On Investment?

Eco-Office Gals

There are numerous reasons to invest in indoor plants for the office environment. Plants help to create a welcoming atmosphere, they can clear airborne nasties from the air, and of course, they are nice to look at.

2014 202

How to Have a Positive Attitude at Work (While Still Being Yourself)

Eat Your Career

It’s as contagious as an airborne virus. The workplace is a professional environment—it’s your responsibility to act professionally. My former co-worker (let’s call her “Ruth”) always saw the negative in everything.

2011 285

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

What Would a Home Economist, an Environmentalist, an Allergist, and Your Mother Say About Your Home Windows?

Dumb Little Man

You know that each American home produces more harm for the environment than their gas guzzling vehicles do, right?”. Overworked HVAC systems leak refrigerants that damage the environment and contribute to global warming.

2016 182

Greening Your Roof to Life

Eco-Office Gals

A growing trend in urban environments these days – pun mostly unintended – is the green roof, where standard roofing materials are replaced with plants to provide either integrated rooftop gardens or just a few environmental benefits.

2015 164

The Hypocrisy of Kleenex Hand Towels

The Marq

I can accept the argument that any damp towel could attract airborne bacteria. Likely, the towels create damp, warm environments that attract insects to nest and procreate in them.

2010 65

Minimum Survival Kit

Brilliantly Better

From the physical environment to the relationship level, everything was rough. And after that year, I was reassigned to an Airborne unit at Ft.

2010 85