Boosting the Fight Against Child Labor and For Clean Water: Where Aveda’s "Earth Month" Funds Go

May 6, 2011 by  
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Men in northern India lift the cover to a water source that now pipes clean water to their village. Photo: Rachel Cernansky I’m going to go out on a limb and assume most people will agree that Earth Day is a real let-down—for lots of reasons, including the hollow “Celebrate Earth Day every day” email blasts, Tweets, bumper stickers, etc

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Boosting the Fight Against Child Labor and For Clean Water: Where Aveda’s "Earth Month" Funds Go

Desert Oasis Water Source Traced Back to Nuclear Test Site

June 9, 2010 by  
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Photo credit Brigham Young University, via Our Amazing Planet In the middle of the dessert near Death Valley, Nevada is a water source that bubbles up 100,000 gallons of water per minute. The oasis is home to 24 species that are found no where else on earth, including an incredibly endangered Devil’s Hole pupfish that numbers only around 120

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Front-Line Climate Change Nations Stake Out Positions: 1.5°C Temp Rise, 350ppm, Request 1.5% GDP Aid

November 10, 2009 by  
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Those nations which have had the least contribution to climate change, will bear the brunt of it… Years’-long drought in Kenya is but on example

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Front-Line Climate Change Nations Stake Out Positions: 1.5°C Temp Rise, 350ppm, Request 1.5% GDP Aid

1,000,000 Energy Star Home Owners Can’t Be Wrong

November 10, 2009 by  
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Image via Norcal Blogs The Energy Star program hit a milestone today–the one millionth efficient home that earned the blue label wrapped building. That’s right–the number of pointedly energy efficient homes in the US has hit the seven digit range. And though this comes on the heels of some unfortunate news about the validity of Energy Star ratings , it’s nonetheless a hallmark wor…

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Oh Tannenboing! Something to Spring for This Holiday

November 10, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Tannenboing The Christmas tree is not the only thing that mars the holiday’s environmental record, but it is certainly a major player. While farmed-raised trees are inherently “green,” farmers’ proclivity for pesticides and shipping to big-box parking lots means that shopping for a true evergreen can be a challenge

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Oh Tannenboing! Something to Spring for This Holiday

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