Happy Earth Day Round Up

Love Your MotherWell, today is Earth Day and I have to say, even though I saw it coming, it caught me completely off guard. So, other than the obvious things that I try to do every day like not drive my car, turn the lights off, and recycle everything I can, I thought I’d at least spread a little link love. Needless to say, there a helluva lotta sites dedicated to being green. Not the least (or most) of which is mine. But hey, if you’ve got some time, check out some of the following. You might even learn something!

Treehugger has an Earth Day roundup with all kinds of things from cool things you can do to a survey asking what you are doing.

Green Daily offers some things you can do around your home; specifically, switching all your incandescent bulbs to compact fluorescents. While you’re at it, check out Energy Star’s site for more household energy saving tips.

AutoblogGreen reports on Alaska Public Radio’s story about those using biodiesel and “vegoil” in the cold northern climes. You can download the mp3 by clicking here.

Getting back to business, Duct Tape Marketing suggests buying local for Earth Day…and every day.

The Energy Blog takes the opportunity to help a couple of electric car manufacturers do some Earth Day marketing.

It appears even Disney is jumping on the Earth Day bandwagon. Ecorazzi reports this morning that Disney has launched their new nature site called Disneynature “to produce documentary films about the environment.”

Finally, I found this little gem of a video offering a brief look at the history of Earth Day. Enjoy, and Happy Earth Day!

MarketGreener on Best Green Blogs

BestGreenBlogs.com is perhaps the best agregator of green blogs out there. And I’m proud to say MarketGreener has just made the blogroll. There’s lots of great information here and the most comprehensive list of green blogs I’ve found anywhere. And every once in a while there’s something fun (and in this case, a little gross as well) there on the front page. Do yourself a favor—if this is a topic you’re interested in—and cruise on over there for a look-see.