How To Create An Eco Friendly Baby Nursery

March 29, 2016 by  
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Is it time to decorate the nursery? You want the best for your little one, so why not go natural and do what you can to avoid using materials containing harmful chemicals? From floors and walls to dolls and dressers, there are lots of ways to make…

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Earthworms Threaten US Forests. Is Composting REally to Blame?

September 5, 2011 by  
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Image credit: Yun Huang Yong , used under Creative Commons license. As someone who has posted this fabulous infographic on which composting method is best for you , and videos of DIY compost tumblers and build your own worm bins , I would hope that my comm… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Most Popular Articles of August: 13-Year-Old’s Science Project, 121-Year-Old’s All-Natural Diet, and More (Slideshow)

September 5, 2011 by  
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Image: TreeHugger The long Labor Day weekend (for our American readers, at least) is a bittersweet moment; the extra day off also signals the end of summer. In honor of another season gone, here are the 10 most popular stories we covered in August, from the 13-year-old whose now debunked solar breakthrough stunned scientists, to the 121-year-old woman living the sweet life in the Amazonian rain forest.

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Edible Gardens are Busting Out All Over

September 5, 2011 by  
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Photo: B. Alter Call them edible gardens, or urban agriculture, or guerrilla gardening: whatever. The fact is people are finding unused nooks and crannies to plant vegetables everywhere. In London, Capital Growth is an organization dedicated to doing just that on a city-wide scale. They are aiming for the creation of 2,012 new spaces by 2012 (part of the general 2012 Olympic fever). They held an Edible Gardens Day where the public could visit many of these hidden plots. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Stem Cells May One Day Revive Species From Extinction

September 5, 2011 by  
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Photo: derekkeats / cc With countless endangered animals teetering on the brink of extinction throughout the world, the work of preservation has never been more important. But as conservationists work tirelessly to mitigate the numerous dangers which threaten to eliminate entire species altogether, others are exploring advances in medical technology which could hold the key to reviving them in case that happens. Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute at the San Diego Zoo have begun collecting stem cells from endangered species in th… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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