Don’t Miss These Discounts From Best of Green Winners!

April 11, 2011 by  
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Every day, TreeHugger highlights the people, ideas, projects, and memes that are pushing green into the mainstream. And, without a doubt, there is no shortage of great examples. That’s why, once a year, we like to showcase the best of the best with our Best of Green Awards

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Carbon Zero: A Short Tour of Your City’s Future

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Nitrogen Pollution Shortens Average Lifespan by 6 Months, Costs EU Up To $460 Billion a Year

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Photo: Thirteen of Clubs , Flickr, CC Drive Less, Eat Less Meat In a study that is dubbed “the first continental-scale assessment of reactive nitrogen in the environment”, 200 experts from 21 countries looked at the impacts and costs of nitrogen pollution in the EU. This is important because reactive nitrogen contributes to air pollution, fuels climate change, and is estimated to shorten the life of the aver..

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Green Festival SF: John Perkins Interviews John Viera of Ford

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New York Times bestseller John Perkin s speaks with John Viera, Director of Sustainable Business Strategies for Ford , in this exclusive interview at Green Festival in San Francisco. ..

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Why Are North American Toilets So Crappy?

April 11, 2011 by  
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Image credit Geberit UK In France last year, I never saw a regular toilet sitting on the floor of a bathroom; they were all these gorgeous wall-hung units with the tank hidden behind the wall.

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