You are here: Home Products sustainablog’s 2012 Holiday Gift Guide sustainablog’s 2012 Holiday Gift Guide by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg December 5, 2012, 10:23 am Avoid the last-minute gifts… for the love of God and all that’s holy! Struggling with gift ideas? Definitely want to stay away from the mall? I’m with you on both counts – Christmas shopping is right up there with major dental work on my list of favorite things. But there are people in you life whom you want to give a gift during the holiday celebrations, and you want that gift to be something that’ll be meaningful. If you’ve got a good greenie on this list, here’s our small list of some unique ideas (which can all be bought online!). Games Greenies Play Got a potential business mogul on your list? Why not steer them towards environmental responsibility in their entrepreneurial pursuits. The board game GBO Hawai’i “brings sustainability to life in a fun, interactive way,” according to Sustainable Industries Magazine. And if you find that someone in your home or circle of friends really gets into the game, you can always follow it up with a copy of game creator Scott Cooney’s book Build a Green Small Business: Profitable Ways to Become an Ecopreneur (yes, that’s an affiliate link… and Scott’s a friend and colleague here at Important Media). Check out the introduction video to get a fuller sense of the game: Next page: Remember Xena’s battle yell…? Image credit: dog.happy.art via photopin cc Pages:Previous 12345Next See more Previous article Coke Invests in Milk Drinks Next article Come Hang with sustainablog to Discuss Localizing Your Holidays 3 Pings & Trackbacks Pingback:Holiday Craft: Upcycled CDs into Holiday Ornaments | Sustainablog Pingback:Home insulation, good money saving habits, and you - Green Living Ideas Pingback:Home insulation, good money saving habits, and you | BeCleanLiveGreen Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.