10 Things in Your Kitchen You Didn’t Know You Could Reuse or Recycle

August 8, 2017 by  
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You’re most likely familiar with how to recycle lots of basics in your kitchen: plastic bottles, glass jars, aluminum cans and the like. Go beyond the norm, take a look and find out how to make your kitchen greener with this list of recyclables…

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When Recycling Gets You Arrested Instead of Rewarded

November 9, 2016 by  
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You make every effort you can to recycle, but did you know recycling can get you in trouble with the law — even arrested in some communities — if you aren’t familiar with your local and state ordinances? Here are three examples of recycling laws…

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A Post Carbon Memo to Occupy Wall Street: We Need A Post-Growth Economy, For Nature & People

October 10, 2011 by  
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photo: Mat McDermott Richard Heinberg from the Post Carbon Institute has issued a memo to Occupy Wall Street and the growing Occupy movement that’s worth paying attention to. If you’re familiar with Heinberg’s work you can proba… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Conservative City Slicker Explores Urban Goat Farming. And Milking. (Video)

December 30, 2010 by  
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Image credit: The Urban Conversion From backyard slaughter to urban bees TreeHugger is more than familiar with the idea of growing food in the cities where we live. On Wednesday I posted about a video tour of a serious aquaponics project in Denver, Colorado

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Formalitees Merge Formal Wear and T-Shirts

December 30, 2010 by  
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Photo: Formalitees T-shirt company Formalitees is kicking the stiffness out of formal wear. In fact, they’re taking the tie and leaving the rest. Enter the Tie Tee , an alternative to the modern business suit, it is an organic t-shirt with an attached tie that swings free from the neck and Formalitiees hopes it will spark a clothing revolution

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Fate of Biggest US Mountaintop Removal Mining Project to be Decided This Year

July 16, 2010 by  
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Mountaintop Removal Mining Site.

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Protect Your Hoofs in TOMS Vegan Shoes, Fall 2010 Preview (Photos)

July 11, 2010 by  
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Toms snow leopard print shoes, fall 2010. Image courtesy of Toms Shoes. Calling all animal and shoe lovers alike, TOMS Shoes has released images of their vegan shoes in new vibrant prints–including the snow leopard-inspired shoes, above–from their fall 2010 collection, made without the use of any animal by-products

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iFixit Tears Apart Apple Tablet

April 1, 2010 by  
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Images via iFixIt Ever since seeing iFixIt Global Repair Community at Maker Faire last year, we’ve been infatuated. The team breaks down the latest electronics so we can get familiar with their insides, gain some familiarity with electronic components, and hopefully build up the confidence required to take a screwdriver to a broken device and fix it ourselves. The late…

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Self-Assembling Solar Cells Take Cue From Salad Dressing

January 13, 2010 by  
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photo: John Mayer via flickr. The principle behind these self-assembling solar cells is one which I imagine every person who reads this is familiar with: Until you mix it together salad dressing stays neatly separated.

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