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11 Powerful Environmental Messages
These images from various ad campaigns around the globe remind us that the planet is in peril.
They Campaigned for Renewable Energy. They Were Labeled Terrorists
Environmentalists in Maryland were put on a terrorist watch list despite there being no evidence they were involved in anything criminal or violent. They engaged in civil disobedience.
Yikes! China's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Could Double
China's carbon emissions could double by 2030, a very bad sign for the fight against global warming.
3rd Largest U.S. Supermarket Chain to Ban Baby Bottles with Bisphenol-A
Safeway will ban the use of Bisphenol A in baby bottles it sells, and the NRDC has petitioned the FDA to remove Bisphenol A from food packaging.
The Truth About Coal
The Sierra Club has published a guide challenging the coal industry's advertising campaign.
Are We Failing the Global Warming Test?
The 2008 Arctic report card isn't something you'd be proud to show your parents.
Will a High School Student Save the Airline Industry?
High School students will be challenged to develop a fuel-efficient aircraft in the first Department of Energy Real World Design Challenge.
eBay to Ban Ivory Sales to Save Elephants
eBay will ban sales of ivory starting in 2009 to curtail illegal elephant poaching.
Bisphenol-A Found In Some Cavity Sealants Too
Bisphenol A is found in some dental sealants, but most seem to agree that the small risk of exposure is outweighed by the benefits of cavity prevention.
Global Warming: Faster, Stronger, Sooner
Global warming is accelerating faster than United Nations scientists had predicted.
How the Aerodynamic, 3-Wheeled Aptera May Remake the Roads
The Aptera electric car promises high gas mileage and radical aerodynamics. A challenge to Detroit or destined to failure? The Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards salute the innovation.
Want New Jobs? Follow California's Green Lead
California's energy efficiency laws have resulted in a dramatic increase in jobs and earnings across the economy.
Lead and Smoke Are Key Causes of ADHD: Study
Exposure to lead and cigarette smoke dramatically increases the risk of developing ADHD, according to a new study, and eliminating exposure to both would decrease cases nationwide by one third, or 800,000 cases.
Vote For Your Favorite Fall Photos
Submit your photos of fall landscape scenery and other fall scenes, like wildlife, for inclusion in The Daily Green's gallery. Then vote on your favorite.
With Oil Under $70 Again, What's It Mean for Green?
What does it mean for clean tech investments and other green initiatives that oil prices are suddenly so low, relative to the extraordinary highs seen this summer?
Canada: Bisphenol-A Is Hazardous
Canada will become the first nation in the world to declare Bisphenol-A hazardous, while the U.S. FDA continues to study the issue amid accusations of industry bias and conflict of interest.
Harnessing Light's Full Spectrum: Scientists Claim Solar Power Breakthrough
Researchers at Ohio State University claim to have developed a breakthrough in solar power technology that makes converting sunlight into electricity more efficient.
When Musical Instruments Make the Most Effective Development Grants
At the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Conference award winning panelists discussed appropriate technology, green design and sustainable development in the developing world, from Amy B. Smith to Potenco and Pur.
Radical Reuse: Upcycled and Recycled Gifts
One-of-a-kind gifts made from recycled materials, including green gift ideas for home and work, jewelry and other gifts.
Gift Ideas for the Hard-to-Impress Green Guru
Gifts to impress even the most committed environmentalist.
Great Wildlife Photos from The Daily Green Audience
Photos of wild animals from The Daily Green.
The 5 Most Annoying Green Trends in Hollywood
The five most annoying green trends perpetrated by green celebrities from Hollywood.
FDA, Accused of Conflict of Interest, Seeks Bisphenol-A Information
The FDA is being accused of conflict of interest because of its safety review of Bisphenol-A.
How To Lose 4 Tons
California has set into law the most aggressive plan to deal with global warming.
The NSF says the EPA's stormwater management program is failing to protect streams a suburban sprawl kills fish and makes water unsafe for swimming.
The 10 Most (and Least) Fuel-Efficient 2009 Cars
The most and least fuel efficient cars of 2009.
Study: Global Warming May Doom Kangaroos
Global warming could doom the lovable kangaroo, according to a new study.
The All-Natural, Raw Food-Inspired Skin Cream That Gives Back
The Solution from Envision is a natural skin cream inspired by raw food that aims to vitalize the natural beauty and personal care market.
Payless Shoes to Launch Greener Line
Payless shoes is launching a line of women's shoes that are made with sustainable materials.
Hurricane Omar Forms in Suddenly Active Caribbean
Virgin Islands are threatened and other Caribbean islands, by Hurricane Omar.
Green Fashion Rocks the Windy City
Chicago's MoSS (Museum of Sustainable Style) brings green fashion to the Windy City.
3 States Move to Phase Out Bisphenol-A
The attorneys general of three states have asked baby bottle manufacturers to stop using Bisphenol-A in their products.
California Wildfires Destroy Dozens of Homes
The Santa Ana Devil Winds have contributed to another round of deadly, destructive wildfires in California.
Which of These 9 Eco-Labels Can You Trust?
Dr. Bronner rates the various labels that you may find on personal care products, like shampoos soaps cosmetics and lotions. USDA Organic is the best, and ecocert the worst. Seven others are rated in between.
Clorox Greenworks Expands Market for Green Cleansers
Clorox Greenworks is now the biggest green cleaner on the market.
Is This Ad Too Shocking for TV?
Al Gore's We Campaign says it can't get its renewable energy ad aired on ABC.
4 Views of the Financial Crisis From a Green Perspective
What does the financial crisis mean to the global warming crisis?
Yet Another Hurricane Brewing Off Coast of Mexico
Hurricane Norbert reached major hurricane status as it nears Baja California. Tropical Storm Odile could also become a hurricane.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Navy Sonar Case
Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the Navy sonar case that pits environmentalists concerned about whales and dolphins against National Security hawks in the Bush Administration.
McCain Hasn't Voted For Solar in the Past
John McCain has not supported renewable energy in the past, though he says he would make future investments as president.
Election Fact Check: Oil Subsidies and Nuclear Power
Factcheck.org straightens the record on the Obama-McCain debate, which contained some factual issues with energy policy.
Bisphenol-A May Disrupt Cancer Treatment
A new study finds that, like estrogen, Bisphenol-A seems to protect cancer cells from chemotherapy.
House Bill Would Slash CO2 80%
The House has proposed new legislation that would slash carbon dioxide emissions 80% to fight global warming.
The Promise of Zero Net Energy Buildings
A warehouse in upstate New York is being touted as possibly the first zero net energy commercial building in the Northeast.
The Deadly Dozen: 12 Diseases Global Warming Incubates
The 12 diseases likely to increase because of global warming.
Galapagos Islands Threatened by Tourism
Wealthy Tourists Come to See Blue-Footed Boobies, But Leave Behind Much More.
Hurricane Norbert, A Major Storm, Heads Toward Baja California
Hurricane Norbert reached major hurricane status as it nears Baja California.
Another Melamine Recall
The FDA Announces Recall of Flavored Drink Due to Melamine Contamination.
U.N. Climate Treaty Imperiled by Financial Crisis
The financial crisis could take steam out of the United Nations talks on global warming.
In Palin's Alaska, 99% of Glaciers Are in Retreat
Alaskan glaciers are retreating due to climate change. See photos here.