February 08, 2016

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Give Your Stuff Away Day

On September 25, join people all across America in uncluttering your life by participating in Give Your Stuff Away Day.

U.K. Solar Executives Criticize `Asinine' Treasury Review of Subsidies

Cuts in the U.K.’s guaranteed prices for electricity from solar photovoltaic panels would threaten job creation just as the industry is taking off.

Calculating Your Carbon Footprint

If Reem has a carbon footprint of 2 tonnes every 5 months, and Rajesh has a carbon footprint of 3 tonnes every 8...

The Results Are In: School Gardening Works

Children who grow their own food (and prepare and eat it too) make healthier food choices.

Build S.A. Green certifies its 500th home

San Antonio, home to this year's SRI in the Rockies Conference, certified its 500th home this month, a milestone that took years to...

Bright days for solar energy

North Carolina family-owned business uses solar panels as profit center and sells electricity to Progress Energy.

Is There Child Slavery in Your Chocolate?

Hershey lags well behind its competitors in taking responsibility for its impact on local communities from which it sources cocoa.

Study: America Is Officially the Fattest Developed Country in the World

If you tuned into the season premier of the Biggest Loser last night - during which the reality show's trainers Bob Harper and...

Food for Thought

I attended a forum on food production earlier this week, which presented some very interesting facts.

Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind when You Know What's Right

Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind when You Know What's Right By Mary C. Gentile Publisher: Yale University Press ISBN-13:...



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