Earth911 Quiz #57: Earth Day’s Past

April 18, 2019 by  
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For 48 years on Earth Day, people have gathered to … The post Earth911 Quiz #57: Earth Day’s Past appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Video: Why Plastic Bags Can’t Go With the Regular Recycling

March 20, 2019 by  
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Lots of people have good intentions when they throw their … The post Video: Why Plastic Bags Can’t Go With the Regular Recycling appeared first on Earth911.com.

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The transformative power of poetry

September 6, 2017 by  
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Kealoha, the first Poet Laureate of Hawaii and the first poet to perform at a Hawaii governor’s inauguration, brings the transformative power of poetry to the VERGE Hawaii main stage. His work weaves through themes of building, growth and the agency that all people have within us to sow the seeds of sustainable change. Because creating a better future takes a global village. 

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Why You Should Care About Sustainable Fashion

August 27, 2015 by  
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Fashion is something that has been important for centuries in most parts of the world. In many cultures, people have devoted their lives to the notion of making others look – and feel – good through the clothes they wear. Like it or not, both men…

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Change Your Behavior: A Guide To Recycling Rechargeable Batteries

August 27, 2015 by  
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As millions of students prepare to head back to school, now is a prime time to shop for new gadgets and electronic devices to replace the old ones. While it’s exciting to upgrade, it can be a tough season for Mother Earth. The pencils and notepads…

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8 Tote Bags Worth Touting

August 28, 2013 by  
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Grocery tote bags have boomed in the past few years, as some cities have enacted plastic bag bans and people have become more conscious of the waste generated by disposable bags. Once fairly utilitarian, tote bags are now another way …

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8 Ways to Share Your Stuff with the World

June 10, 2013 by  
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Written by Naomi Seldin, Shareable Magazine If you’ve ever looked around your home and felt weighed down by your possessions, you’re not alone. Plenty of people have realized that owning less can be freeing, save you time and money and…

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Beyond Vegetables: 5 Other Foods You Can Raise in Your Backyard

April 11, 2013 by  
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Plenty of people have dabbled with growing herbs or vegetables in their yards, on their balconies or even on windowsills and kitchen counters. Growing your own food means you can buy less, while also knowing exactly where your food comes from. What…

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Terracycle Takes the Trash Inside…Our New Office

December 22, 2010 by  
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Photo credit: Terracycle Terracycle has always been a company with a trashy reputation, what with our reusing everything from soda bottles to Ziploc bags. Millions of people have been collecting these things, and we’ve made them into all manner of products.

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Too Much Doom & Gloom is Not Why People Stopped Believing in Climate Change

November 25, 2010 by  
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Photo: nosha , Flickr, CC While I do think it’s true that we can overload on apocalyptic imagery in discussions and stories about climate change, that’s not why people have stopped believing that it’s real. A recent study from UC Berkeley purported to find that too much doom and gloom was turning people off to the very idea of global warming, because it “threatens deeply held beliefs that the world is just, orderly, and stable.” Faced with a concept that poses such a threat, … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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