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What's Your Favorite Natural Granola Bar?
What's your favorite granola bar? Is it organic? Raw? Low fat, sugar and salt? Tell us!
Take Another Look at Falsely Maligned Goldenrod, the Sunshine on Fall Roadsides
Goldenrod is a plentiful native wildflower that blooms in fall. It's pretty but misunderstood by those who blame it for their allergies without cause.
Take C.A.U.T.I.O.N.: The Ten Commandments of Cancer Prevention
The C.A.U.T.I.O.N. cancer prevention tips can help reduce your risk exposure to breast cancer and other cancers from environmental toxins, from smoke to viruses and industrial pollutants.
6 Facts About Native Bees
All about orchard mason bees, one of many native bees and native pollinators that can be raised in backyards across the U.S. to produce abundant gardens and crops (just no honey).
Do Common Cleaners Have Toxic Ingredients?
Earth justice and Environmental Advocates are among the groups that are taking cleaners to court in an effort to force disclosure of toxic ingredients in off-the-shelf cleansers.
EPA Admits Chemical Law Inadequate for Protecting Americans from Harmful Exposure
The EPA will review and revise national chemical policy, which hasn't been updated in 35 years.
It's National Coffee Day: Preserve 2 Acres of Rainforest In Each Cup
Global warming will make the coffee cherry borer more effective killer of coffee plants, but shade grown coffee provides natural protection against the pest.
Are New Probiotic Foods Really Good for You?
People have long known the benefits of some probiotic bacteria in yogurt and other products, and food companies are trying to capitalize on this with new probiotic foods. But is that a good idea?
6 New Global Warming Facts
New global warming science and politics in the fight to stop global warming.
10 Surprising Ways to Protect Your Family From Breast Cancer
These breast cancer prevention tips target surprising breast cancer risk factors so you can prevent breast cancer.
Study: Hunters (and Their Families) Face Lead Poisoning Threat
Hunters and others who eat wild game may be at risk of lead poisoning, and the lowered IQ that comes with it, because of the use of lead shot in hunting bullets.
Is Commercial Bumblebee Raising Wiping Out Our Native Bees? Pages: 2
Are fungus pathogens spread by commercially raised bumblebees to blame for the decline of endangered native bumblebees?
The Top Greenhouse Gas Polluting City: Denver?
New global warming science suggests Denver is the most polluting of 10 cities ranked for greenhouse gas emissions.
Will New GPS System Save Airline Fuel and Curb Emissions?
The FAA's ADS-B revamp of air traffic control navigation for airlines includes GPS, which should allow for greater efficiency of routes, and therefore substantial fuel savings. Will this help airplanes go green?
New York Climate Talks: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
In one of the last United Nations meetings before Copenhagen, here's what happened at the climate talks.
Top 5 Food Choices to Keep the Planet (And You) Healthy
Healthy eating tips for going green.
How to Tell if Your Beauty Products Are Actually Natural
From the new Natural Seal to reading ingredients lists, get shopping tips on making sure your beauty products really are natural and organic.
Are the Oceans So Messed Up Even Fake Crab Meat and Fish Sticks are Endangered?
New ocean conservation facts, related to overfishing, deepwater coral conservation and fish sticks, fake crab meat and fish and chips...
After De-Icing Roads, Salt Pollutes Streams
A USGS study of salt in U.S. streams finds pollution is high because of road salt used for de-icing. Here's how to find out if you or your highway department are using too much salt.
How One Company Can Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions 15%
Ebay is reducing it greenhouse gas emissions with solar power, energy efficiency and its Green Team.
Is Your Child's School Flunking the Environment?
Tips for greening up your child's school.
World Population Growing Faster Than Expected
World population growth is slightly faster than expected, according to a recent projection.
Climate Week Begins, as U.N. Negotiations Near
Climate week is bringing attention to global warming and the debate among United Nations leaders about a successor to the Kyoto Protocol.
In Annual Melt, Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Third-Lowest Point Ever Recorded
The record low Arctic sea ice extent recorded in 2007 was not exceeded in 2009, but the summer melt still resulted in ice cover 24% less than average.
7 Reasons to Join a Beach Cleanup
The Ocean Conservancy's annual beach cleanup is Saturday. Join a cleanup on a river, stream or beach near you.
Next Set of U.S. Commemorative Quarters to Feature National Parks
Ozone Hole Not Closing, as Hoped and Expected
The ozone hole continues to grow, despite the Montreal Protocol, because chemicals are so long-lived.
Even Greens Forget to Go Outside
Environmental education should include botany and a healthy dose of nature, not just global problems.
13 Trillion Reasons to Fight Global Warming
Global investors are speaking out on global warming policy.
Obama Ratchets Up Car Fuel Efficiency Standards
The Obama Administration has set new fuel economy standards that will make cars and SUVs far more efficient.
EPA 26 Years Late on Water-Protection Measure
Obama Administration halts mountaintop removal coal mining permits, but nominates supporters to key positions and fails to make EPA update coal fired power plant pollution rules.
How to Better Reuse and Recycle Old Electronics
How to best recycle or reuse old cell phones, laptops and other e waste.
13 of the Most Gender-Bent U.S. Rivers
Intersex fish have been found to be widespread in U.S. rivers.
Student Pen Pals Serve as Ambassadors to an Imperiled Bird
Students are ambassadors with Colombia in an effort to help an imperiled species, the cerulean warbler.
7 World Heritage Sites Entrepreneurs Can Save
Conservation International and United Nations agencies are working together to pay entrepreneurs in seven World Heritage Sites to preserve unique natural landscapes while generating jobs and making a profit.
The Daily Green Reviews No Impact Man, the Movie
The Daily Green reviews No Impact Man, the movie.
4 Reasons to Stay Inside and Stare at Screens this Fall
Watch the trailers for four interesting environmental documentaries airing this fall, Ken Burns' The National Parks: America's Best Idea, No Impact Man, Crude the movie and the Age of Stupid.
Hurricane Fred Is Big, Powerful ... and Unlikely to Strike Land
As Hurricane Jimena nears Baja California and Mexico as a Category 4 Hurricane on the cusp of Category 5 strength, Tropical Storm Erika threatens to rear up in the Atlantic.
Polar Bear, Move Over: 3 Other Global Warming Icon Species
The ribbon seal and the Pacific walrus, like the polar bear, may be endangered due to loss of Arctic sea ice and global warming, among other threats, like Arctic oil and gas exploration and development.
eBay Integrates Socially Conscious Shopping Sites
Ebay has integrated its Giving Works, World of Good and other socially conscious efforts in one place, give.good.green.
Scientists: Trees Produce Electricity
Researchers have found that trees generate electricity.
Which Cell Phones and Wireless Devices Emit the Most and Least Radiation?
A new environmental working group report lists which cell phones and other wireless devices emit the most radiation, and recommends reducing allowable radiation to reduce the risk of tumors, including rare childhood brain cancers.
Video: Michelle Obama's White House Garden
In this video about her organic garden, Michelle Obama plants and tends the White House garden, and discusses its role in educating children about healthy local and organic eating.
10 Recycling Oddities
The Green Cheapskate shows how to recycle 10 of the oddest things you never thought could be recycled, from soap to (novelty) nuts.
5 Stories You Missed Labor Day Weekend
The stories you might have missed, but shouldn't have, during the long Labor Day Weekend - including the Van Jones resignation, Sigg water bottle controversy, health assessment for 1,4-dioxane, Verizon's mountaintop removal problem and the Slow Food
Win a DisneyNature: Earth DVD!
5 lucky winners will win a copy of DisneyNature's Earth DVD!
14 Fall Home Science Projects for Kids
Citizen science is a fun way for kids and adults to learn the scientific method, explore the outdoors and help scientists make real discoveries about the way the world works, and how the environment is changing.
Staging an Event? See What You Can Learn from Green Initiative at the U.S. Open
The U.S. Open of tennis is going green. Here's what you can learn from the U.S. Open and apply it to your sporting venue back home.
7 Individuals Taking Extraordinary Steps to Protect the Earth
There are six or so Timberland Earthkeepers chosen in conjunction with Changents.com. here's a look.
Obama's Gulf of Mexico Fishery Decision Called a "Recipe for Disaster"
The Obama Administration has failed to halt a plan to grow large-scale fish farms in the Gulf of Mexico. Experts warn that aquaculture will pollute the Gulf of Mexico and threaten wild fish.