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Rubber Ducky Science Explained (By a Nerdy Guy in Glasses)
Melting of glaciers is illustrated by rubber ducks.
11 Ways to Go Green on a College Budget
Tips for going green on a college budget, for students, from Green Student U.
Reusable Bags: Not So Eco-Friendly After All?
A Wall Street Journal article calls into question the wisdom of using reusable bags, because they take resources to create too.
May Energy Distraction Lapse With Offshore Drilling Ban
Sierra Club opposes the lapsing of the offshore oil drilling ban.
Dear Mr. President: Let Me Green The Green Zone Pages: 2 3
Iraq war veteran Jeffrey Owens wants to green the Baghdad green zone with solar power, and spread the technology in the U.S.
Chicago Green Complex Gets Landmark Status
Green Exchange, a Chicago business complex, has historic preservation and green building certification.
One Way to Eliminate Waste in the Music Industry
Yangaroo offers a product that eliminates waste in the music industry by delivering digital music and files that take the place of CDs.
Do Obama and McCain Have Drinking Problems?
Tappening is an ad campaign and reuseable water bottle provider that aims to elevate the issue of bottled water as an issue this campaign season.
Nontoxic Cosmetics Company Donates to Cancer Groups
Pristine Recovery offers nontoxic hair and skin cosmetics inspired by the owner's recovery from breast cancer.
McCain Didn't Suspend His Campaign to Address the Energy Crisis
Sierra Club attacks Republican John McCain for suspending his campaign to skip the first presidential debate and negotiate a salve for the financial crisis, when he didn't do the same to address the energy crisis.
How to Recycle Your iPod or iPhone
To reduce ewaste a new company offers mail-in iPod and iPhone repair and recycling.
Nominate A "River Hero" to Win a Toyota Prius
Toms of Maine is hosting a video contest looking for stories about River Heroes, and the winner wins a Toyota Prius.
Should We Believe the Electric Car Hype?
The plug-in hybrid or electric car is gaining momentum.
Grow More of Your Food, Make More of Your Own Stuff
Grow and make is a Web site and blog devoted to helping you be more sustainable by growing more of your own food and making more of your own stuff.
A 15-Count Indictment of Bush's Environmental Record
Sen. Barbara Boxer indicted the Bush Administration in her opening statement during a hearing on President Bush's environmental record.
Why I Am Proud to be a Lobbyist
Lobbyists aren't all created equal, and some need to fight the good fight against well-funded oil industry lobbyists.
Infants Exposed to Perchlorate at Unsafe Levels in Breast Milk
A new study shows babies are exposed to perchlorate at unsafe levels when breast feeding, yet the EPA is not acting to reduce exposure in drinking water, because of Defense Department concerns about cleanup costs.
Why I Started a Bamboo Underwear Line
Bamboo is a renewable resource that can be made into a comfortable soft fabric for men's underwear.
The Zero-Fossil Fuel House
A zero-fossil fuel house building system will be on display at an upcoming Connecticut green fair.
Green Investments that "Beat the Street"
How a Massachusetts couple "beat the street" with investments in geothermal and solar energy home improvements that earn better than 7%.
Introducing a Site to Inspire Women on Green Issues
My Inspiration Lounge is a site that helps women go green.
Trying to Save a Carpooling Service
A ride share service, Pickup Pal, is in court and people are trying to support it.
Launching a Human-Powered Flying Machine
Care2 launched a human-powered flying machine at the Redbull flugtag.
6 Easy Ways to Go Green and Save Money in a Black Economy
Here are 6 easy ways to save money while going green.
E-cards for Green Moms
Babymomento offers e-cards for birth announcements, and advertises itself as a greener alternative.
"Irreplaceable" Exhibit Highlights Wildlife Coping with Global Warming
The irreplaceable wild photography exhibit is helping draw attention to wildlife affected by global warming.
T. Boone Pickens on Energy Policy: Video
T. Boone Pickens discusses energy policy in this video.
Introducing a New Green Social Networking Site ...
A new social networking site, Greenwala, for green audience, has a new game, Treewala, that donates to rain forest preservation.
Ensuring Genetically Modified Technology Safety
Marking the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, the international agreement governing genetically modified organisms.
New Green Media Site Launches
Greenmuze is another green site trying to get out an environmental message without being overbearing.
Preserve the Planet, Win $5,000
National Geographic's annual Preserve Our Planet Film and PSA contest offers $5,000 to the winner.
Click Your Mouse, Plant a Tree
Take a quiz, become a fan on Facebook, plant a tree.
Pollution, Paving an Unlikely Path to Peace in the Middle East
The Middle East's only multinational organization is working on restoring the Jordan River.
Bisphenol-A Would Never Have Been Approved Today
With consumer and health and environmental citizen groups and scientists outnumbering industry supporters 9 to 1, the FDA would not have approved Bisphenol-A if it was proposed for use today.
5 Foods Pregnant Women Should Eat Organic
Women who are pregnant should choose organic versions of these five foods to maintain health of their baby and the planet.
FDA on Bisphenol A: Hear No Evil, See No Evil ... Eat No Evil?
A look at the Bisphenol A issue, as the FDA considers health and safety concerns.
Renewable Energy Tipping Point? An Oklahoma Oilman Goes Solar
Why one Oklahoma oil man is going solar, even as he continues to pump oil.
30 Second Solutions to Trash
Susie Feldman, set to appear naked in Playboy, offers recycling tips.
Is It Right to Release Butterflies at Weddings?
Is it really more ecologically friendly to release butterflies at weddings and other ceremonies, rather than throw rice or release balloons?
T-Shirts Help Raise Bee Awareness, Money for Education
Save the Bees t-shirts help fund students and awareness of colony collapse disorder.
A Guide to Eco-Fashion (That Isn't Selling Anything)
Ecofashionworld is a Web site devoted to sustainable designs in fashion and clothing, especially for women, and it doesn't sell anything.
Find Cheap Tickets, and Give Back to Environmental Causes
Search Green Travel is a new site devoted to helping people search for cheap tickets while donating a bit to environmental causes.
Drilling for Offshore Oil Will Not Make Gas Cheaper
Why offshore oil will not decrease gasoline prices.
The Benefits of (Nontoxic) Playtime for Kids
A New Jersey facility focuses on old fashioned child's play, and nontoxic environmentally-friendly toys.
The Politics of Ocean Conservation
Ocean Champions lobbies and endorses candidates to support ocean conservation, taking into account politics, not just the environment.
Congress Is Going Into Offshore Drilling Debate Blind
New York University government law experts are urging Congress to order a cost-benefit analysis before ending the moratorium on offshore oil drilling.
Drill Drill Drill? No No No.
Al Gore urges supporters of the We campaign to lobby in favor of renewable energy, not offshore oil drilling.
Using a Wedding Gift Registry to Go Solar
One couple used their wedding registry to accumulate enough money to invest in a solar power system for their condo in Chicago. Here's how.
When Is Your Toilet's Birthday? (Seriously)
ToiletBirthdays.com is, in all seriousness, a blog about old toilets with a green theme.
How Can Shared Condo Complexes Save Money on Energy?
How can a condo unit save money and energy when individuals don't make decisions on resource use?