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Cell Towers and Health Effects: Cellular Disservice?

Cell Towers and Health Effects: Cellular Disservice?

This past week a local in my town contacted me to see if I would be interested in discussing the issues surrounding a potential cellular […]

by × July 8, 2008 × 3 comments

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Mothers Milk Project: The Anti Nuclear Weapon

Mothers Milk Project: The Anti Nuclear Weapon

For those living within fifty miles of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, there is a new way to document the potential impact of nuclear […]

by × June 20, 2008 × 21 comments

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Wind Farms: Beauty or the Beast

Wind Farms: Beauty or the Beast

I took this photo of the wind turbines in Palm Springs, CA I’ve heard the two windiest spots on our planet are the Coachella Valley […]

by × June 3, 2008 × 14 comments

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Green Schools 101

Green Schools 101

Green schools are inarguably the right decision for our children and the environment. Though up-front costs are higher, green buildings save enough in operation and […]

by × May 15, 2008 × 1 comment

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Nuclear Is No Option

A few months ago, I posted here a compendium of reasons why I live in Germany. Though I’d intended the post as an answer to […]

by × April 1, 2008 × 6 comments

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Daylight Savings Time: Energy Waster

Daylight Savings Time: Energy Waster

Guest post by Brian Clark Howard, editor at The Daily Green Cartoon from “K City” by Bruno Pieroni Growing up in Central Indiana, daylight savings […]

by × March 8, 2008 × 10 comments

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Eco-Hunk: David Suzuki

Eco-Hunk: David Suzuki

David Suzuki is a Canadian hero, one of our top 10 Canadians even. He is best known for his television show The Nature Of Things […]

by × February 27, 2008 × 11 comments

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How Green is Your Vote?

How Green is Your Vote?

One of our readers pointed out a lack of political discourse on environmental issues. Earthlab has compiled a breakdown of what the candidates wish to […]

by × February 7, 2008 × 0 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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Roam If You Want To (But Not if You're a Bear)

Roam If You Want To (But Not if You're a Bear)

This map, scanned from Patagonia’s latest catalog, details a grizzly’s 50-mile journey, which in the world of a bear, isn’t even really that far of […]

by × January 8, 2008 × 3 comments