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Before Buying Children's Books as Gifts, Read This
A new Rainforest Action Network report highlights publishers that use Indonesian rain forest paper to make children's books, leading to deforestation in Indonesia.
Intern with The Daily Green
The Daily Green announces a green internship program. Have you ever wanted to be an editorial intern, writing intern, publishing intern or environmental studies intern? Consider The Daily Green!
11 Newly Discovered Papua New Guinea Animals (PHOTOS)
New animals, including insects, frogs, spider and bats, have been discovered in Papua New Guinea. See photos of these new Papua New Guinea animals.
11 Weird Worms, Jellyfish and Other Spineless Sea Creatures
These strange sea animals will interest and inspire you. Bizarre sea creatures are cool, as the Census of Marine Life showed us.
Warning: Toxic Formaldehyde Found in Popular "Brazilian Blowout" Hair Treatments
The authors of No More Dirty Looks take a hard look at popular Brazilian blowout hair keratin treatments, which scientists have found toxic formaldehyde in.
4 Green Tips Anyone Can Try
Easy green tips.
Happy National Recycling Week. Here's What Not to Recycle.
Sometimes it's better to throw things out than to put them in the recycle bin. See what is not recyclable.
10 Great Green Birthday Gift Ideas
Innovative and eco friendly gift ideas for birthdays.
10 of the World's Oddest Sea Mollusks
Check out these strange mollusk - nudibranch, sea snail, squid and octopus - pictures. You'll be amazed at some of the Marine Census of Life pictures.
How the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season Compared to the Forecast
Tropical Storm Shary is on a path toward Bermuda, and Tropical Storm Tomas could form soon and be on a path toward the Caribbean.
100 Last-Minute Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas
These creative homemade Halloween costume ideas will put you in a cool homemade Halloween costume this year. Submit your best photo and get inspiration for great costume ideas.
Before You Use Halloween Face Paint for Your Kid's Costume, Read This
Halloween costume makeup and Halloween face paint can be toxic or cause allergic reactions. Here's how to protect yourself.
Study: BPA Causes Low Sperm Count and Motility
BPA has health effects for men, as well as women. Bisphenol A harms male fertility and causes low sperm count, low sperm motility and mobility and other male fertility problems.
New Estimate Reduces Alaska Oil Reserves by 90%
The National Petroleum Reserve on Alaska's North Slope has significantly less oil than we thought as recently as 2002. Here's the new oil and gas estimate, and what it means for the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge.
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Tune in to a live stream to meet the inspiring producers behind the best of Abe's Market.
Discover the Benefits of Vegetarianism
A Q&A about how a vegetarian diet is beneficial to both your personal health and the health of the planet.
Expeditions in the Greater Mekong Reveal Dozens of New Animals
New species discovered in the Greater Mekong region of Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and China. Among the new animals are frogs, birds, mammals, bats, snakes and fish.
7 Scary Truths About Our World
Scary facts about global environmental issues and problems.
LumenHAUS: Responsive Architecture at Work
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including the lumenHAUS at Virginia Tech, an example of "responsive architecture."
PHAT Solar Power Makes a Statement ("We Want a Solar Patio")
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a PHATport solar canopy for a patio in California.
A Solar-Powered Chicken Farm
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a solar chicken farm in Mississipppi.
Solar Canopies: Innovative Money-Making Building Improvements
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a solar canopies in Atlanta.
The First Solar Community Garden in the U.S.
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a solar community garden in Colorado.
Solar Car Battery Charger Is Free Fuel for Electric Vehicle Drivers
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a solar car battery charger in San Diego.
The Hunt-Winston Solar Car Challenge
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including in Mississippi for the Down on the Farm Solar Tour.
Going Solar Rogue in Oil-Rich Alaska
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including in Alaska.
The Madagascar Tortoise Crisis
Many of the tortoises and turtles of Madagascar are critically endangered and a tortoise brigade is needed to stop the black market trade in pets and food.
The Arctic's "Surprising" Double-Dip Melt (Update)
The Arctic sea ice extent for 2010 will be the third-lowest ever recorded, behind 2007 and 2008 and far below the average.
"Straighten Out the Frickin' Noodle" and Other Smart Solutions from CGI
Video of the Clinton Global Initiative, where Timberland, NRG Energy, Walmart and others have made new environmental commitments and shared success stories.
Photos: Two Generations of Beekeepers
Two generations of beekeepers in photos.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Prove Couples That Volunteer Together, Stay Together
Brangelina -- Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie -- show that couples that volunteer together stay together, for their work rebuilding New Orleans green and more projects.
Latest Toxic Children's Jewelry Recalls:
Mood Rings and Necklaces
Childrens jewelry with lead and cadmium is requently recalled. See the latest childrens and kids jewelry recalled because of lead and cadmium by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Grand Canyon National Park Quarter Released:
Which Park Will Your State Quarter Feature?
New National Park Quarters are being minted, starting in 2010 with Yosemite, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Hot Springs National Park Quarters, and Mt Hood National Forest.
So How Big Was the BP Oil Spill?
How big was the BP gulf oil spill? The size of the BP gulf oil spill makes it the biggest accidental oil spill in world history, after already becoming the biggest oil spill in US history.
10 Win Heinz Awards
The 2010 Heinz Award winners are working in fields as various as green chemistry and journalism.
What Your Office Photocopier Knows About You
Copy machines do save images of each photocopy or fax made...unless security settings are enabled. This can become a risk. Also get green copying tips.
18 of the Most Bizarre New Animals
Strange new animals have been discovered by scientists. See the most bizarre new creatures discovered all over the world in recent years.
Visiting Costa Rica, the Model of Ecotourism
Costa Rica is a world-class destination for ecotourism and adventure.
Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Isn't The Only Weird Use of Meat
Lady gaga's meat dress and other weird meat creations.
6 Green Scams You Should Look Out For
Some green products aren't all they're cracked up to be.
The Fourmile Canyon Fire in Colorado, and 14 More of the Summer's Biggest Wildfires, as Seen from Space
These wildfire pictures from NASA satellites show some of summer's biggest forest fires and peat bog fires from space. Photos like these show how destructive wildfires can be.
Are You an Overloaded Liberal?
Questions for Fran Hawthorne author of The Overloaded Liberal: Shopping, Investing, Parenting, and Other Daily Dilemmas in an Age of Political Activism.
Recycled art comes to life in Glassphemy, which smashes glass en masse. Watch the video.
5 Years After Katrina, New Orleans Is a Gumbo of Hope, Disappointment and Green Building (Photos)
A visit to New Orleans on the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina reveals hope, in the form of Rebuilding Together and others, as well as a great deal of damage still.
A Sculptor's Raw Material? Finds from Flea Market (Video)
Hunting for more than bargains at the Brooklyn Flea. This sculptor finds his materials at the flea market.
Another Gulf Oil Rig Explosion, Another Gulf Oil Spill
Another Gulf oil rig explosion followed five and a half months after the start of the record-setting BP oil spill and the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion.
Brooks' Green Silence Shoe Is a Sole Mate for the Conscious Runner
Brooks Green Silence are eco friendly running shoes built for hardcore running.
5 Years After Katrina, 1,000 Volunteers Help New Orleans Rebuild Green
Rebuilding Together New Orleans has teamed up with Sears, Americorps and other partners to revitalize the devastated city five years after Hurricane Katrina.
'New Nasty Nine' Toxic Chemicals Added to the 'Dirty Dozen'
The United Nations will add nine new chemicals to the Stockholm Convention ban on persistent organic chemicals, originally dubbed the dirty dozen.
Is Mineral Makeup Bad for Your Lungs?
Natural makeup artist Jessa Blades answers a beauty question on mineral makeup.