How We Live Now (vs. Then)

How We Live Now (vs. Then)

Trent Johnson
Jan 15, 2010

As a country, we're more aware of environmental issues than ever before, and how we live is reflecting that. Terms such as "carbon footprint" and "sustainability" now flow into our daily conversations with ease, and forgetting your reusable tote at the grocery store gives onset to overwhelming guilt. Deb Wandell of The San Francisco Chronicle explores some of the differences on how we live now vs. the past decade. Can you guess what they are?

As written on SF Gate, Deb Wandell's article How We Live Now: A shift In The Landscape explores 10 areas of the home and garden in which we've made notable developments in regards to the environment. See the entire article for explanations and more at SF

The decade's notable developments in the home and garden field:

  1. Sustainable home
  2. Urban homesteading
  3. Food gardens
  4. Composting
  5. Greener products
  6. Rethinking the lawn
  7. Native plants return
  8. DIY craft culture
  9. Living outdoors
  10. Online design

Via: The San Francisco Chronicle

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