Reusable Bag Overload? Donate to Those Who Can’t Afford Them

February 4, 2011 by  
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Photo by thetbone via Flickr.com.

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Hawaii Breeding Sea Urchins to Gobble Up Invasive Seaweed

February 4, 2011 by  
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Scientific American has a report on Hawaii’s use of sea urchins as a way to combat invasive seaweed in their coral reefs. By breeding sea urchins to boost numbers, they can act like goats on hillsides, keeping the weeds mowed

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Second Severe Amazon Drought This Decade Spells Disaster for Rainforests

February 4, 2011 by  
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Photo by Ben Sutherland via Flickr Creative Commons The Amazon suffered a record-making drought in 2005, which was thought to be the worst in the 108 years since tracking rains and droughts began. However, researchers are now saying that the drought the region struggled through in 2010 was likely even worse

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5 Leading US Health Groups Oppose Efforts to Block EPA Regulating Greenhouse Gases

February 4, 2011 by  
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In case you hadn’t heard, the chairman of the House Energy & Commerce Committee, Fred Upton (R-MI) wants to scrap EPA plans to to regulate carbon emissions from power plants and other large industrial sources altogether . While on the face of it, Upton and fellow Congressmen Inhofe (R-OK) and Whitfield (R-KY) argue that it should be up to Congress to enact such measures and not the EPA.

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Genetically Motified Means Higher Yield? Not For This Soya

April 2, 2010 by  
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Photo by Clearly Ambiguous via Flickr.com. Guest bloggers Andrea Donsky and Randy Boyer are the co-founders of NaturallySavvy.com . Easier growing and a higher yield are just two of the purported benefits of genetically modified crops , but a

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New Yorkers, Keep Yoga Protected with a 2-Minute Call

January 30, 2010 by  
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Image via: Flickr.com/ meglet127 Yoga is soothing for the mind, body and soul–so too is it sustainable when it comes to low-carbon exercise. No high-tech gear, gadgets or electricity required. Shouldn’t such a good, green thing be accessible to its students and teachers

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Wind Turbine Syndrome: It’s All In Your Head

December 15, 2009 by  
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Image via: malamutechaos on Flickr.com The American Wind Energy Association this week is citing a report lead by officials in the medical and audiology community that states that wind turbines are having no effect on human health. That’s good to know, but then what is causing the “wind turbine syndrome” that so many people seem to be affected by?..

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Study on Wind Turbines and Health Finds It’s All In Your Head

December 15, 2009 by  
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Image via: malamutechaos on Flickr.com The American Wind Energy Association this week is citing a report lead by officials in the medical and audiology community that states that wind turbines are having no effect on human health.

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More Than You Paid For: BPA Found in Cash Register Receipts

December 7, 2009 by  
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Image via: Billaday on Flickr.com We’ve devoted plenty of time and space to exposing BPA in our water bottles , and to documenting the phase-out of BPA , (or Bisphenol A) but did you know that you come in contact with BPA every day (well, more than likely every day) and you don’t even know it? Turns out, there is one more downside to shopping and consuming: you’re putting even more BPA out into the environment,

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Newcastle-upon-Tyne Named Greenest City in the U.K.

November 20, 2009 by  
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Newcastle-upon-Tyne has been named the greenest city in the U.K. in a sustainability audit conducted by Forum for the Future. Photo by Draco2008 via Flickr.com

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