Elephant, twice voted #1 in Green, presents its 1st Eco Home guide:
check it for (yourself or) your loved ones. Make your House your (Eco) Home.
Follow away, elephant readers! And spread the word. This one’s for real.
elephant journal is dedicated to "bringing together those working (and playing) to create enlightened society." We're about anything that helps us to live a good life that's also good for others, and our planet. >>>
Founded as a print magazine in 2002, we went national in 2005 and then (because mainstream magazine distribution is wildly inefficient from an eco-responsible point of view) transitioned online in 2009. >>>
elephant's been named to 30 top new media lists, and was voted #1 in the US on twitter's Shorty Awards for #green content...two years running. >>>
> Subscribe to our free Best of the Week e-newsletter.
> Follow us on Twitter Fan us on Facebook.
> Write: send article or query.
> Pay for what you read, help indie journalism survive and thrive.
Sign up today and read as much Elephant as you like! Only $24 per year.
I have been following him for about a year. He doesn't tweet a whole lot and its usually some sort of inspirational thought.
[…] Following the Dalai Lama? Watch out. […]
[…] The problem is believing that our religion is the single and only way. It may be wonderful; it may be powerful; it’s wisdom may be true: but if we’re willing to fight others about it, we’re not in keeping with our own religion’s values. Yup: the Dalai Lama’s on twitter! […]
Join elephant's community for thoughtfully-curated mindful offerings -- free.