Over at WorldChanging, they are big on the idea of “bright green living,” the notion that the future can be both more profitable and more sustainable. (Bright as in smart, get it?) They lamented the lack of a central resource for information about BGL and then said screw lamenting, let’s make one. Thus the Bright Green Living Wiki. (What’s a wiki, you ask? See here.) It’s a great collection of articles, definitions, and other such resources for those interested in being hip, smart, and green. Check it out.
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