It's my pleasure this week to play host to the one, the only, Carnival of the Green. Never heard of the Carnival? It's a great travelling circus of eco stories that hops between green blogs. Last week it landed at Neighbourhoods.org (a blog encouraging walking), this week it's here on thegreenguy, and next week it zooms off to Confessions of a Closet Environmentalist ("a struggle against the Greenwash Sea"). So, without further ado, here are this week's top posts from around the green blogosphere.
- Penny Nickel at Money and Values has reviewed WorldofGood.com, eBay's community and shopping site for eco and fair trade products.
- On The Smarter Wallet, Millie Kay G writes about How To Clean Your House The Eco-Friendly Way ("I’m interested in cleaning solutions that will leave my house shiny without the strong chemicals and non-recyclable packaging," Millie says).
- Silicon Valley Blogger at The Digerati Life has some advice I should take onboard, advising on how to Cash In On Clutter.
- Over on Veggie Revolution, Sadie looks into how the Environmental Protection Agency is planning to make energy from methane. Interestingly, methane as a source of energy's being investigated here in the UK too.
- Green Fertility Marie has a review of BioBags on the Green Fertility blog.
- Are Sand Dunes the Future of Skiing? Tim Fowler ponders the question on EcoNewMexico.com.
- EcoJoe writes about making a reused cat home for his local stray cat.
- The Blueprint for Financial Prosperity explains how Recycling Earns Money For Your County.
- There's a heads-up on National Pollution Prevention Week by Kate at the Green Thinking Blog.
- Sweet Solar Home tells the story of how one family cut their bills through solar power.
That's it for this week's Carnival! Thanks to everyone who sent in a submission. You can check out the next Carnival on 29 September 2008 at Confessions of a Closet Environmentalist.