Whether you’re a diehard tree-hugger or you feel pretty darn good simply recycling your newspaper, you can appreciate the efforts of those who do their jobs with the environment in mind. Know someone in the design industry (or any industry, really) who deserves to be recognized with one of Chicago mag’s annual Green Awards? Nominate your favorite conservationist at 2010 Green Awards Nominations. And resolve to be more green in 2010 (the eco-friendly calendar shown above, $22 at Grasshopper 510, comprised of sustainable wood and recycled paper, is a start).

—GINA BAZER

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Whether you’re a diehard tree-hugger or you feel pretty darn good simply recycling your newspaper, you can appreciate the efforts of those who do their jobs with the environment in mind. Know someone in the design industry (or any industry, really) who deserves to be recognized with one of Chicago mag’s annual Green Awards? Nominate your favorite conservationist at 2010 Green Awards Nominations. And resolve to be more green in 2010 (the eco-friendly calendar shown above, $22 at Grasshopper 510, comprised of sustainable wood and recycled paper, is a start).

 

Whether you’re a diehard tree-hugger or you feel pretty darn good simply recycling your newspaper, you can appreciate the efforts of those who do their jobs with the environment in mind. Know someone in the design industry (or any industry, really) who deserves to be recognized with one of Chicago mag’s annual Green Awards? Nominate your favorite conservationist at 2010 Green Awards Nominations. And resolve to be more green in 2010 (the eco-friendly calendar shown above, $22 at Grasshopper 510, comprised of sustainable wood and recycled paper, is a start).

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