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Lush anti-animal testing protest shocks London shoppers
05/07/2012

Anti-animal testing activists rejoice! Lush has put the horrific sequences of animal testing into a space where no-one can ignore it:…

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Walmart’s Gives Itself a Green Pat on the Back With Its New Sustainability Report
05/04/2012

by Mat McDermott, Walmart has just released its latest sustainability report, covering how much it has reduced waste, increased locally grown…

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10 or So Things You Should Know About the Future of Feeding the World
05/03/2012

by Brian Merchant, There is widespread agreement that the global food system—a clumsy euphemism for the incredibly complex international network of…

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100% Wooden Bike Sets Land Speed Record
05/02/2012

by Jerry James Stone, UPDATE: I am a bit late on updating this information. However, rider James Tully did set the…

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Honda Partners with Zipcar, Will Provide Hybrids, Plug-in Hybrids, and EVs
05/01/2012

by Michael Graham Richard, Car-Sharing Gets Even Greener Zipcar, the biggest car-sharing company in North-America, is partnering with Honda to include…

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Tiny Island Nation Embraces Composting Toilets, Fights Major Water Shortages
04/30/2012

by Sami Grover, From its ambitious goal to produce 100% clean energy by 2020 to calling out the World’s biggest polluters…

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Watch Your Breath: The 10 Most Polluted Cities in the Nation
04/27/2012

There’s a pretty good chance you live in a city with air that’s so polluted it’s often unhealthy to breathe. Yes,…

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5 Creative Ways to Connect Our Kids (And Yourself) to Nature
04/26/2012

A recent study found that preschool children aren’t getting enough time outdoors. Almost 50 percent of 3-to 5-year-olds studied weren’t taken…

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A Population Antidote: High School for Girls
04/25/2012

by ELISABETH ROSENTHAL, High school for girls = population control = sustainable growth. I know this may seem like a simplistic…

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An Enemy in Your Sand Castle
04/24/2012

by JOANNA M. FOSTER, The Environmental Protection Agency has had guidelines in place for water quality along beaches for more than…

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