~~There are 7 billion people in the world. Let’s say those 7 billion people each own 3 pieces of clothing. That would make 21 billion pieces of clothes. Of course, we all own more than just 3 items, s...
As the heat of summer settles in, over 100 million homes will turn on their air conditioning. A study conducted by Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS) in 2009 showed that “87% of U.S. h...
How can windmills make enough electricity to power anything? What do windmills even do? What are those turny-thingys called? Windmills are a very important part of the energy grid and life today. Win...
Environment Fight Club: Halogen Incandescents vs. CFLs vs. LEDs (Round 7)
It’s time for this month’s fight club face off! In the ring today are not two, but three contestants! The holidays are fast approaching and electricity demands are on the rise as festive lights are being plugged to shine through the nights. Now more than ever it’s important to know exactly what we are plugging in. It’s a light bulb fight and we’ve got halogen incandescents versus compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) versus light emitting diodes (LEDs)!
ISF Challenges You to Save A Container!

Do you remember our popular "Save a Cup" campaign from last Spring? This Spring, we are at it again and need your help!