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5 Things You Should Know About the Pakistan Flood
The Pakistan flood has been tied to global warming, international security and other problems; here's what you should know about the flood and the environment.
Green Cruising or Cruise Ship Pollution?
Cruise lines work on their environmental footprint, but cruise ship pollution remains, especially in Canadian waters.
15 Eco-Friendly Volunteer Vacations
Volunteer vacations are opportunities for you to volunteer around the world, scuba diving, organic farming, clearing and maintaining trails and more.
The Back-to-School Guide to Clutter: Where to Donate Last Year's School Supplies
Back to school shopping? Find out where to donate your used school supplies, backpacks, clothes and computer.
'Ground Zero Mosque' Will Be a Green Building
Park51, the so-called Ground Zero Mosque to be built two blocks from the site of the World Trade Center will be a green building, certified to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification.
Almost Half of All Bottled Water Comes from the Tap, but Costs You Much More
The GAO has released an authoritative indictment of the way bottled water health, water quality and environmental impact is regulated in the U.S. And another report shows how much bottled water is tap water.
Solar Panel Recycling Gears Up
Like e waste, solar panels are starting to get recycled, as the solar industry wakes up to environmental impacts.
The 23 Most Highly Polluting U.S. Cement Plants
A list of the most highly polluting cement kilns in the country, along with information about a new rule to reduce mercury and other air pollution from cement plants.
How Rice Can Resurrect Your Cell Phone and Other Natural Fixes for Common Tech Problems
Easy ways to repair broken electronics at home, from scratched discs and LCD screens to dead batteries and wet cell phones or laptops.
Quirky "Secret Life of Things" Videos Demonstrate Benefits of Green Design
Leyla Acaroglu and the Eco Innovators' The Secret Life of Things has videos and resources on green design; the first is about cell phone recycling.
The Best Green School Supplies: We Make Back-to-School Shopping Easy
A simple guide to the best green school supplies for the new school year. Find the best green back to school supplies that are nontoxic and sustainable.
6 Reasons Clover Is Not a Weed!
White clover is not a weed. It actually helps lawns by producing fertilizer for grass naturally, masking weeds and providing these other essential functions for a healthy lawn.
4 Easy Ways to Save Energy with Your Computer
Use these 4 tips to make your computer use more energy efficient.
The Best Websites for Planning an Ecotour
The best websites for planning an ecotourism trip.
Why Am I Fat? Four Surprising Reasons
Four surprising factors that make people fat. Stress, lack of sleep, endocrine disrupting chemicals and baby formula (lack of breastfeeding) all make people gain weight and could cause obesity.
The Facts About Childhood Poisonings with Home Cleaning Products
Home cleaning products that cause the most childhood poisonings and injuries include bleach, but also detergents, acids and others you may not be aware of.
10 Endangered Vacations for 2010 (Video)
Video feature on ABC News Now of THe Daily Green's signature feature, Endangered Vacations.
6 Innovative Solar Powered Vehicles
Solar powered vehicles offer exciting green promise, although they aren't practical just yet. We take a look at solar planes, trains, automobiles, scooters, bicycles and more.
10 Ways Geolocation Is Changing the World
Geolocation technology is changing the way we interact with each other and the environment, from Foursquare to 4Mobile, Oil Reporter and beyond. Find local foods, green transportation and much more.
One of the World's Most Iconic Buildings Goes Green
As part of its sustainability initiative, the Empire State Building has retrofit its design to increase energy efficiency, educate visitors and inspire other buildings to be green.
More Magazines Adopt Recycled Paper, While Major Holdouts Remain
More magazines are using recycled paper, but major publishing industry holdouts remain. FutureMark Paper has increased the quality of recycled magazine paper, and Frank Locantore and others hope companies will buy.
Revolutionary "Smart Sponge" Sucks Up Oil Spills
The Abtech Smart Sponge is remediation technology that has helped cleanup stormwater, and may now be applied to oil cleanup in the Gulf of Mexico.
11 Surprising LEED-Certified Restaurants
How to Purchase a Carbon Offset You Can Trust
An easy guide to purchasing carbon offsets for green travel and vacations.
The Best Worst Nature Experiences in 140 Characters
We asked for your worst nature experiences submitted via Twitter and Facebook. Here are the best of the worst.
Your Worst Nature Experiences
Your worst nature experiences in 140 characters (or so) submitted to The Daily Green's Twitter or Facebook accounts.
One Dress, A Thousand Ways to Wear It
Eliza Starbuck's label, Bright Young Things, makes a Little Black Dress you can wear with everything.
The Only Dress You'll Ever Need?
An interview with sustainable clothing designer Eliza Starbuck, of Bright Young Things.
E-Books Outsell Hardcovers on Amazon.com: Is That Good for the Environment?
The Apple iPad and other e-readers, like the Kindle, have pushed E-books sales above paper books at Amazon.com. Is that good for the environment?
The 6 Least Green Types of Packaging
A list of the worst disposable packaging material and safe green alternatives after Seattle banned use of single-use containers.
Send in Granola Wrappers, Support National Parks
Help Nature Valley raise money for our national parks by sending in specially marked packages.
5 Fantastic Natural Nail Polishes
Information on natural, three-free nail polishes, and where to buy them.
Top 8 Links of the Week: Pandas Eating Popsicles, Matt Damon's Mad ... And More
We share links from our favorite green websites.
5 Alternative Energy Options That Are Bad Bargains
A hard look at the alternative energy sources natural gas fracking, clean coal, corn ethanol, tar sands and oil shale.
What Is PABA?
Para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) was removed from the formulations of most sunscreens.
Solar Plane Stays Aloft for More than a Day (VIDEO)
The Solar plane, Solar Impulse, stayed aloft for more than a day.
The Wildest of the Wild:
The 10 Least-Visited National Parks
For a remote wilderness experience, try the 10 least visited national parks. These national parks are beautiful and vast, but remote.
Never in Recorded History Has There Been This Little Ice in the Arctic in Early Summer
The Arctic sea ice extent is trending toward another record low, as the summer melt picked up at a record pace in June.
Top 8 Links of the Week: Unlikely Friends, Vuvuzela Punishment ... And More
We share links from our favorite green websites.
12 of the Most Effective Ways to Reduce Your Oil Consumption
Oil Independence is getting a lot of attention, so we looked at the ways to reduce our oil consumption that make the most impact, to driving the speed limit, reducing heating oil use, biofuels, eating less meat and more.
Why Oxybenzone-Free Sunscreen Is Better
Oxybenzone is a harmful ingredient found in many sunscreens.
Help Restore the Gulf Via the Pepsi Refresh Project
Submit ideas to help the communities affected by the oil spill to the Pepsi Refresh Project.
What's a Great Natural Lipstick?
Natural lipsticks recommended by natural makeup artist Jessa Blades.
Why Paraben-Free Sunscreen Is Better
Parabens are a common, and potentially dangerous, sunscreen ingredient.
Is Retinyl Palmitate Toxic?
Retinyl palmitate, a type of vitamin A, is a potentially harmful ingredient in sunscreen.
Check Out Jeff Yeager, Our Green Cheapskate, on the Today Show
Jeff Yeager, The Daily Green's Green Cheapskate, appears on The Today Show to talk about saving money and his new book The Cheapskate Next Door.
Guerilla Warfare on the Garden Plot
"On Guerilla Gardening" author Richard Reynold's gives tips to aspiring guerilla gardeners.
Guerillas in the Rough: Guerilla Gardening in the Core of One of the World's Largest Cities
21 of the Most Valuable Used Cell Phones You Can Recycle for Cash
A list of the most valuable used cell phones you can sell for cash. Don't throw out your old mobile phone - recycle it for cash.
The Gulf Oil Spill: 7 Ways to Help
The Gulf oil spill caused by BP / Transocean Deepwater Horizon rig is massive. Here's how to help, volunteer, write to Congress or otherwise take action about the serious offshore oil spill.