Hand Me Around


It may be a status symbol to wear the latest styles, but every think about wearing the best? If it works, why fix it? There’s a new movement now among the avant-garde to mix-match old clothing. It gives a retro funky look and now represents caring about your world. I’m not telling you to look […]

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Save Your Mistakes


When your printer misprints, or you misprint with your printer, save your paper. This paper can be used in a number of alternative ways. If you have children, this paper is great for coloring on (and then of course covering your fridge with). Many people like to jot down ideas before typing them up, (re)use […]

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Pass it on


Educating about the environment is considered a very powerful way of carbon offsetting. By inspiring others to change their habits not only are you fighting the battle for our planet, you are getting others to as well. Just one tip: Don’t be forceful or obnoxious about it. Mr. Dale Carnegie said: “A man convinced against […]

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Let ‘em Hang


Let your towel hang dry in between uses so that you can reuse your towel. After your shower you should be clean. You are not necessarily getting your towel dirty by drying yourself of on it. If you do this you not only will be saving money on washing costs, water and the time you […]

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Eco-Writing Residency


We here at Green Prophet are all about writing about the environment, and so we were very excited when an ‘environmental writing residency’ opportunity cropped up and landed on the desk today, and eager to share this with our readers. An organisation based in Minnesota, USA is giving writers and artists the chance to stay […]

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Weekly Prophecies: The Roundup


The week began with a battle for high ground in Florentine. But that’s a skirmish compared to the bitter battle for the beach. Because nothing says “bitter” like a cause-centric Facebook group. Winding up the wind power. But what about the birds? Mega-supermarket chain Supersol gets a clue and goes green. It’s kind of like […]

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Reuse Your Plastic Shopping Bags


Israel is known for it’s plastic shopping bags. While it’s better to bring your own reusable sturdy shopping bags when you go shopping, sometimes we find ourselves deciding to stop by the store spontaneously. Of course that would be the only way we would find ourselves using plastics… If you are going to use plastic […]

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Rain’s Quantity and Quality


We’ve had several rainstorms this year but it seems that they are not enough. This winter’s meager rainfall has done nothing to replenish shrinking Golan Heights streams or the mountain and coastal aquifers, and concern is growing again for the country’s water supply. “Cute little trickles like this will not save Lake Kinneret,” Yeruham Kantman, […]

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Get a Shabbos-Clock for Your Heater


Religious Jews will not turn on or off electricity on the Sabbath. Their solution? A timer electrical outlet, a shabbas-clock. Set the times you want the appliance plugged in to be on and let it go… To save energy these outlets are great to use for space heaters. If you use space heaters when those […]

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Ride a bike, Walk, Jog, or Run


 If you aren’t doing this already you’re probably saying: Are you out of your mind?! I can’t do that! Or perhaps: Yeah, I know I should, I will tomorrow. While tomorrow just becomes the next day… It’s time to stop pushing this off. Make tomorrow today. If you don’t have time, make some, it’s for your […]

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Filter Your Water


Much of the bottled water on the market is actually not so natural. As a rule, bottled water is no safer or healthier than the H2O that flows from municipal water systems. Many are bottled from natural sources; however, some are simply filtered or even only tap water in a fancy package. The ones that […]

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