Organic by John Patrick’s 2013 Resort Collection is an Eclectic Boho Boy-Girl Party

June 10, 2012 by  
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Androgyny is the word for Organic by  John Patrick’s Resort 2013 collection. Borrowing from the boys and inspired by  Edit DeAk , co-founder of the ’70s zine  Art-Rite , John Patrick has created something uniquely beautiful. Click ahead to check out the eclectic cropped recycled-cotton trousers and beautiful, hand-loomed alpaca pullovers. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alpaca , eco-fashion , Ethical Fashion , green fashion , john patrick , john patrick organic , Organic , organic cotton , recycled cotton , recycled nylon , recycled polyester , Resort 2013 , Sustainable Fashion , sustainable style , vegetable-tanned leather

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Recycled Tie-Dye Canvas Bags Worth Bragging About

April 9, 2011 by  
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Photo: Baggu Functional design paired with a fun tie-dye print makes Baggu ‘s limited-edition Shabd Bags top knotch canvas bags. Hand dyed by Brooklyn based Artist Shabd Simon-Alexander , who also has a fashion line , each bag is made with 100% recycled cotton duck canvas

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Weekday Vegetarian: Nourish

April 8, 2011 by  
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Photo: Lloyd Alter, of the ingredients in Nourish When my husband and I were at the Brewer’s Plate this week, amidst the fancy chefs with their enticing dishes of stuffed morels, and beef brochettes and the like, there was a familiar red and white logo which seemed slightly out of place.

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Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Playing a Role in Government Shutdown?

April 8, 2011 by  
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Earlier today, I examined the fact that http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/04/clean-air-act-looming-government-shutdown.php was at the core of the looming shutdown of the federal government. But it even goes deeper than that — TheGreenMile explains how a fight to preserve mountaintop coal mining (the practice where big coal companies blow up mountains to get cheaper coal) plays a role in the governmental crisis, too. ..

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Gulf Coast Resident Marches to DC from Louisiana to Demand Justice After BP Spill

April 8, 2011 by  
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Many Gulf Coast residents’ lives have been changed by the BP spill — whether through lost jobs, health woes, marred property values, or otherwise. And while a cumbersome system has been put in place to pay out claims made by impacted residents, it by no means will right all the wrongs imparted upon the region over the course of the spill. Some residents are justifiably upset that more hasn’t been done to hold BP accountable for its negligence

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Growing Amtrak Ridership On A Collision Course With Political Surrealism

April 8, 2011 by  
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“The Last Spike” which originally linked the nation in commerce. Image credit: National Park Service The Hill reports that “Amtrak had more riders in March than it has had in any March in its 40 years of existence, the company said Thursday.

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New Method Attempts to Determine Which Endangered Species Can Actually be Saved

April 8, 2011 by  
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Can we save this guy? Truthfully?

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