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Clinton Global Initiative: Ending Modern Slavery and Ensuring The Future of Food

Clinton Global Initiative: Ending Modern Slavery and Ensuring The Future of Food

Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative. Eco Chick attended the Clinton Global Initiative earlier this week and listened to many of our world’s greatest […]

by × September 27, 2012 × 0 comments

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Eco Chick’s Heroines for the Planet: Danielle Nierenberg

Eco Chick’s Heroines for the Planet: Danielle Nierenberg

If it’s true that there are sayers and there are doers, Danielle Nierenberg falls firmly into the latter camp. Danielle is currently traveling through sub-saharan […]

by × March 1, 2010 × 1 comment

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Soy's Eco Creds

Last month, when Starre asked us all for our New Year’s resolutions, I didn’t have to think twice about them because I’ve been thinking so […]

by × January 30, 2009 × 1 comment

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Food Democracy Now! Petition Sustainable Choices for the USDA

Food Democracy Now! Petition Sustainable Choices for the USDA

Food Democracy Now! is a grassroots campaign comprised of farmers, writers, activists, policy advocates and people who eat. A petition is circulating to bring our […]

by × December 29, 2008 × 3 comments

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President Obama, Your Secretary of Agriculture Choice is The Most Important of All: Here's Why

President Obama, Your Secretary of Agriculture Choice is The Most Important of All: Here's Why

Dear President-elect Obama, After a long, hard and contentious campaign you’ve won the Presidency of the United States. Congratulations. Take a moment to enjoy your […]

by × November 7, 2008 × 25 comments

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The War on Bugs

The War on Bugs

For anyone else who digs on books that examine how PR shapes public perception, Will Allen’s new book, The War on Bugs is the latest […]

by × March 12, 2008 × 3 comments

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Nature Kids, Hot Water Woes, and Pellet Stoves

Nature Kids, Hot Water Woes, and Pellet Stoves

I want my child to connect with nature, but how can a suburban park be designed to both protect visitors from Lyme disease–carrying ticks and […]

by × February 1, 2008 × 7 comments

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Don't Be A Turkey: Get Your Thanksgiving Feast Green

Don't Be A Turkey: Get Your Thanksgiving Feast Green

Originally posted on The Huffington Post on November 14th, 2007 Photo from Channel14.com. In 1621 the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians stuffed their faces […]

by × November 18, 2007 × 5 comments

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How to Score an Eco Chick?

How to Score an Eco Chick?

Mr. EcoGeek himself (aka Hank Green) put together this hilarious piece on how to impress (read: seduce) a green girl with your enviro cred. Title: […]

by × October 11, 2007 × 19 comments

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Organic Industry

Organic Industry

I came across this great site run by Dr. Philip H. Howard, Assistant Professor Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies at University of […]

by × September 14, 2007 × 3 comments