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The World is My Playground: The Summit of the G8

The World is My Playground: The Summit of the G8

G8 Protesters Over the last year, people in Rostock, Germany have been preparing for the coming week as though there’s a hurricane brewing off the […]

by × June 5, 2007 × 2 comments

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Affordable housing development recently completed with solar power offset.

Affordable housing development recently completed with solar power offset.

I hope we see more stories such as this one in the news! A housing company in California (of course!), Satellite Housing, has just completed […]

by × June 1, 2007 × 1 comment

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Eco-Chick Does Mountain Jam

Eco-Chick Does Mountain Jam

With festival season upon us, my friend, Amy, called a few weeks ago to tell me that I was going to meet her and her […]

by × May 31, 2007 × 2 comments

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Pull up a Green Armchair and hit this book

Pull up a Green Armchair and hit this book

You want to know what the latest green companies have up their sleeves? Well, there are two ways you can answer that question: Tune into […]

by × May 30, 2007 × 1 comment

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A Green Tax for 'Binge' Flyers

A Green Tax for 'Binge' Flyers

By guest-blogger C. Tenz When the publisher of a guidebook series says people fly too much, we know we’re in deep CO2 trouble. But that’s […]

by × May 9, 2007 × 1 comment

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Local Economy: Lost In Translation

Local Economy: Lost In Translation

Plato: Eco-Hunk When I was an undergraduate at the University of Massachusetts, I wiggled into a two-semester Greek class at Smith College. Although I had […]

by × April 16, 2007 × 2 comments

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Sea of People Takes Lower Manhattan

Sea of People Takes Lower Manhattan

by guest-blogger Olivia Zaleski Yesterday I went to my first global warming rally, which was part of the Step It Up 2007 campaign (check out […]

by × April 15, 2007 × 5 comments

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Augusta and Elliott

Augusta and Elliott

My paternal grandmother, Leslie, called the West Indies home from 1948 until she died. We had a house in Antigua, with an open courtyard, that […]

by × April 14, 2007 × 6 comments

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E.O. Wilson Wins TED Prize

Us Eco Chicks love E.O. Wilson; his books include Biophelia, The Future of Life, and his latest, The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on […]

by × April 11, 2007 × 1 comment

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Deep Economy: Q&A with Bill McKibben

Deep Economy: Q&A with Bill McKibben

When Bill McKibben wrote The End of Nature in 1989, it was the first popular press book to address global warming in a meaningful way. […]

by × April 5, 2007 × 1 comment