‘Armenian Niagara’ Saved From Turning Into a Trickle

November 4, 2011 by  
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When a dam threatened to dry up Armenia’s biggest waterfall, environmentalists took action. This week, they won a rare victory to protect the natural wonder.

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Green Gift Guide: The Green Geek

November 4, 2011 by  
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From a biodegradable watch to ninja flash drives, find a gift here for your favorite green geek.

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Are the Galapagos Islands Ready for More Tourism?

November 29, 2010 by  
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This Great Blue Heron, one of the first organisms to greet us upon arrival in the Galapagos, sure doesn’t seem to mind the tourists. All photos credit Collin Dunn

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Three Green Building Lawyer Bloggers Predict The Next Big Thing

November 29, 2010 by  
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Stephen Del Percio, Lloyd Alter, Shari Shapiro, Chris Cheatham I follow the three leading bloggers on green building law closely; they make complicated and important issues affecting green building comprehensible. When I saw that they were all on a panel together at Greenbuild, I had to attend and meet them in person, and hear their responses to the question “What’s the Next Big Challenge in Green Building Law?” Although all three are great at making complex issues understandable to non-legal types, I still could not understand my notes well enough to do a post, so I asked them all to look into their c… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Use 37% Less Power By Talking to Friends and Family

November 29, 2010 by  
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Photo: CSIRO It’s been tagged the ‘kitchen table conversation’ approach.

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Undulating Squid Worm Discovered in Vulnerable Depths

November 29, 2010 by  
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There is something mesmerizing about this clip of a squid worm, also named teuthidodrilus samae by researchers after it was ‘discovered’ recently in the depths of the Celebes Sea between Indonesian and the Philippines. “This illustrates how much we have to learn about even the large, common inhabitants of deep pelagic communities,” said W… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Sweatshop-Free? New Report Grades Levi’s, Gap, and Wal-Mart’s Supply Chain

November 29, 2010 by  
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Photo: As You Sow When it comes to sweatshop-free supply chains, does your favorite fashion brand make the grade? More than a decade ago, in response to controversy sparked by sweatshop conditions in the U.S.

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TrickleStar Adds New Energy-Saver Tool To Line-Up – The TrickleStrip

January 27, 2010 by  
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Images via TrickleStar The name is questionable – I keep wanting to read it as TickleStrip, making it sound like some sort of toy we’d list in this buy guide , or something Sami would write about – but actually, it has nothing to do with that . TrickleStar is a company we first saw at

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