Green Guide writer Eliza Barclay lays out plans for a sultry green Valentine’s Day. Read her tips on certifiably sustainable oysters, organic and upcycled couture lingerie, Earth-friendly and chemical-free foreplay, and more. Then read our wine and chocolate buying guides, for suggestions on pleasing your palate. –Tasha Eichenseher...
Green Guide writer Eliza Barclay lays out plans for a sultry green Valentine’s Day.
Then read our wine and chocolate buying guides, for suggestions on pleasing your palate.
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Meet the Author
Tasha Eichenseher is the Environment Producer and Editor for National Geographic Digital Media. She has covered water issues for a wide range of media outlets, including E/The Environment Magazine, Environmental Science & Technology online news, Greenwire, Green Guide, and National Geographic News.