Gardening Tips: Garden Like A Ninja

April 4, 2016 by  
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I am so excited to have Angela England back to Earth911 with another interview and more great gardening tips. We got so much great feedback about her last interview about her book, Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) that we had to talk with…

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Climate Change Could Destroy 80% of World’s Rainforest by 2100

August 6, 2010 by  
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Photo via Gangajal Seeing as how it’s Friday, I figured I’d just go ahead and rain on everyone’s parade a little bit: Climate change and deforestation are going to more or less wipe out tropical rainforests as we know them in about 90 years.

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Best of Inhabitots: Top 7 Green DIY Projects For Kids

August 6, 2010 by  
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+ Turn an empty breakfast-cereal box into a series of ramps for dropping and rolling marbles . All you need is some shears and tape! + A wicker basket gathering dust can be repurposed into a pretty bird feeder for hanging on a tree in your backyard. + Capture Mother Nature’s beauty through the shifting seasons by crafting a handmade nature book with …

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Perfect Plant? 7 Great Uses For Industrial Hemp

April 20, 2010 by  
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Not to overly play into the stereotype of the TreeHugger moniker, but today is 4/20 so a quick review of all the great uses for industrial hemp –you know, that non-psychoactive relative of marijuana that for myriad moronic reasons is more or less illegal* to cultivate in the United States but not work with and sell–seemed apropos. From clothing, to food, to fuel, to a whole host of consumer and building products, not to mention helping in cleaning up soil pollution, it’s only … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Battle of the EVs: Mitsubishi Targets Sub-$30,000 U.S. Starting Price for i-MiEV Electric Car

April 2, 2010 by  
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Photo: Mitsubishi Price Slashed Before It’s Even in Dealerships Yestserday, I wrote that I thought Nissan’s announcement of the pricing for the electric LEAF would create a new “anchor”, and that other automakers would try to more or less match it. Well, it didn’t take long for that to start happening.

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Grist on the Decision to Not Have Children

April 2, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Grist It’s a controversial idea: Choosing not to have children to reduce your carbon footprint. For most people, such a decision would seem a sacrifice but, for one writer at Grist , it feels like a “luxurious indulgence.”…

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Racing a Bike Through LA’s Deserted Streets

April 2, 2010 by  
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The LA Marathon. Image credit: planetc1 /Flickr Every year, a 26.2 mile course through the streets of LA is blocked off for the marathon—and every year a group of cyclists race their bikes through the city’s deserted streets the night before…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Future Food Comes to the White House Easter Egg Roll

April 2, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Wikimedia Commons No, the White House Easter Egg Roll is not a presidential-themed late-night snack food . It’s an annual race in which several lucky children try to roll Easter eggs across the White House lawn with big spoons….

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Endangered Whale Birth Photographed for First Time!

April 2, 2010 by  
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Photo via NRDC It’s a rare thing to see a whale birth in the wild, and even rarer to see that of an endangered species.

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Livia Firth’s Fashion Revolution, Pearl Jam’s Green Roots, and More

April 2, 2010 by  
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Photo via EcoStiletto Colin Firth ‘s wife, Livia Firth , positioned herself as one of this award season’s must-see celebs with a diverse roster of dresses–including a textured white ballgown and a sleek black sheath–that all had one thing in common: eco-friendly construction. …

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