Sustainable A\J

Woman checking the ingredients in beauty products. Alternatives Journal.
Third in our toxins series: a short history of petrochemicals in personal care products.
London Stadium - Alternatives Journal A\J Sustainability Athletics
The London Olympics promised to be the most sustainable Olympics ever. What's the final score?
April is Earth Month, the perfect time to up the eco-ante! Here's what A\J is up to – and what you can do.
Continuing our series on toxic chemicals in everyday products, Jessica Burman fills us in on "fragrance."
In the first of a series on troublesome chemicals in everyday products, Jessica Burman gives the low-down on parabens.
Advice from The Soap Dispensary on reducing the presence of plastic in your home.
The risks associated with endocrine disruptors – found in everything from from rubber ducks to makeup to canned foods – and how to avoid them.
An interview with Ken Hartwick, CEO of Just Energy, about helping the Air Canada Centre to go green.
Julie Bélanger looks at the PELA smartphone case that’s hoping to put eco-friendly plastic on the map – and we’re giving away an iPhone 5 case!
Living sustainably takes more than turning off the lights. Can you take it a step further?
Jessica Kuepfer connects insights from professional cyclist Kathryn Bertine to her vision for the environmental movement. And we're giving away a copy of Bertine's latest book!
In the first post of her Green Athlete series, A\J staffer Jessica Kuepfer explores the surprising intersections of sustainability and sports.
A\J web editor Emily shares how to make your own toothpaste!
This blog will feature posts by Alternatives Journal staffers focusing on sustainable lifestyle choices and profiles of A\J readers.
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