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This list can help you avoid pesticides without only eating organic.
Richard Louv's 2008 book shows how direct exposure to nature is essential for children's development and wellbeing. If only the educational system would reflect that.
Looking beyond traditional recyclables and the "blue bin", here are some of the organizations and companies seeking to redefine what we consider trash with alternative recycling initiatives and methods of reuse.
A new study aims to assess the economic worth of the world’s protected areas.
The Amazonian cinereous mourner displays a rare type of mimicry to avoid becoming lunch.
Things don't quite work as they are supposed to when people stand up.
The initial advisory report has a surprisingly 'non-industry' tone, but whether it can maintain that tone over the next few months remains to be seen.
Pillows collect a lot of dust, skin cells, and bacteria that need to be washed out. Fortunately a washing machine and dryer are all you need for most pillows.
This cute little Canadian production by Torill Kove didn't win an Oscar but is just a joy.
Using high quality pre-formed structures that allow beekeepers to harvest honey without disturbing bee colonies, this innovative idea could radically change how beekeeping is done.
All it needs is a Kickstart.
This photo was taken in Pismo Beach, California.
Greenpeace outs Willie Wei-hock Soon, a major climate skepticism scientist, for accepting corprorate cash without disclosing conflict of interest
In the event of an emergency, or in the case of an offgrid adventure, this little micro power plant can help keep the lights on and the gear charged.
Oops, sorry about ruining your squeaky-clean reputation, rats.
Also, the Toyota Prius tops the "green car" category for the 12th year in a row.
Why turn your car into a living room when it can also be a kitchen?
There are a number of reasons the fight for Keystone XL is likely to drag on.
We saw this one coming.
Here are 8 companies that avoid animal-derived ingredients and testing, while creating fabulous natural cosmetics that you'll want to buy.