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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

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Smartest Car; Still Worse Than The Dumbest Bike

Smartest Car; Still Worse Than The Dumbest Bike

The process of buying and making new cars isn’t the solution to this enormous fossil fuel problem we’re having. Hackneyed as it might seem, we […]

by × December 30, 2007 × 8 comments