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One Person's Crapola is Another's Lifesaver

One Person's Crapola is Another's Lifesaver

Reusing your stuff is a cheap, planet-friendly move, and now you no longer have to hold a giant yardsale to find a good home for […]

by × November 1, 2007 × 2 comments

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Bring the Trees Back to Armenia!

Bring the Trees Back to Armenia!

Two different regions in Armenia, Shikahogh Reserve, which is now protected thanks to the work of the Armenian Tree Project and other groups (L) and […]

by × October 15, 2007 × 4 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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A Bottle of No Thanks, Please

A Bottle of No Thanks, Please

Bottled water is so easy.  It’s water, in a bottle, genius!  I remember when it was chic and served in the finest restaurants.  Then one […]

by × October 9, 2007 × 12 comments

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“We want to protect our lands, but we also need to awaken the people in The North. You are living in a dream, what you are doing is destroying the Earth.”

“We want to protect our lands, but we also need to awaken the people in The North. You are living in a dream, what you are doing is destroying the Earth.”

Talk about an Amazon woman! Anthropologist Zoe Tryon is working with the Achuar people of the Ecuadorian rainforest to help both protect their culture from […]

by × August 26, 2007 × 0 comments

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Zhena's Gypsy Tea

Zhena's Gypsy Tea

I am a fan of Zhena’s Gypsy Tea. Being a compulsive tea drinker, I brew my own, rather than buy it bottled, or go to […]

by × August 2, 2007 × 7 comments

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Deathy Hollows

Deathy Hollows

Harry Potter books give me a headache. I’ve read all of them and finished Deathly Hollows this morning. Spoiler: I was extremely disappointed that Harry […]

by × July 22, 2007 × 2 comments

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Green Gossip: What Good Is It?

Green Gossip: What Good Is It?

At US Weekly, there’s coverage of John Mayer’s involvement with the green group Reverb: Reverb, a non-profit environmental organization started by Guster frontman Adam Gardner […]

by × July 18, 2007 × 3 comments

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Apple, Schmapple

Apple, Schmapple

I’ve heard rumblings about the paucity of places where you can recycled electronics and computer components, but thus far, I haven’t had to deal with […]

by × July 4, 2007 × 8 comments

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Green Summer Reads

Green Summer Reads

On Earth Day (I know, I know, that was April, but better late than never), The San Francisco Chronicle compiled a list of environmental books […]

by × June 28, 2007 × 3 comments