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Behind the Scenes of the Project Green Search Model Competition Finals

Behind the Scenes of the Project Green Search Model Competition Finals

Project Green Search, the first-ever green model competition, has a winner! Rachel Avalon hails from Los Angeles, California, and beat out over 130 other serious […]

by × November 17, 2009 × 0 comments

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People Won't Change for the Environment (on my campus)

A recent article outlines a pretty simplistic poll conducted in London about people’s willingness to change their behaviour for the good of the planet. A […]

by × September 3, 2009 × 2 comments

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Tell the USDA to Regulate GE/GMOs

Tell the USDA to Regulate GE/GMOs

Genetically modified organisms were not sufficiently tested before entering our food chain. Today, more than 60-70% of packaged foods contain ingredients that have been genetically […]

by × March 17, 2009 × 2 comments

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When (Skinned-for-Their-Fur) Animals Attack! PETA Video Awesomeness

Sometimes a picture (or in this case, a well-made commercial) says more than ten books on the subject ever could. Next time I see a […]

by × March 16, 2009 × 3 comments

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Deplasticize Your Life!

This movie from the 1950’s shows Disney’s “House of the Future” which is totally kitted out in plastic EVERYthing. Ironic that here I am from […]

by × August 18, 2008 × 4 comments

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SIGG for the Fashionably Parched

SIGG for the Fashionably Parched

Need another reason to ditch the disposable plastic water bottle? How about fourteen reasons? SIGG (you know the hardwearing yet elegant water bottle Co.), Elle […]

by × April 14, 2008 × 4 comments

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Watch: Water Bottles

Few things boil my blood like the disposable plastic water bottle. This thing stinks–literally! Go on, smell that oil-derived polyethylene. There are many reasons to […]

by × April 14, 2008 × 9 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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Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

I hate that living modestly is starting to be equated with disregarding the comforts that we’ve been given… instead of a noble and earth saving […]

by × January 27, 2008 × 4 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