Non-profit wants to clone the world's oldest trees to reforest...
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Who Lives in the "Global Village?"
Who Lives in the Global Village? by Donella H. Meadows.
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Aiming for Zero Waste: Gaiam Goes Beyond Recycling
With a goal to reuse, recycle, compost or rethink all materials that otherwise go into landfills, zero waste is the new evolution of recycling. See how Gaiam got started on a zero waste goal with help from Boulder-based EcoCycle.
San Francisco on Track to Become Zero Waste City
San Francisco is trying to become the first city with zero waste. By requiring residents and businesses to separate compostable items such as food scraps, as well as recyclable items, NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels reports that the city has a...
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
The LifeStraw is an award-winning personal water filter, designed to provide you with clean water in the harshest of conditions. You can buy the Life Straw here now.
The Future of Garbage: No Garbage
Recology, a waste-management company, is working with the city of San Francisco to help it become the country's first zero-waste city.
Stephen Colbert and Tom Ridge get awkward over fracking
The former Secretary of Homeland Security tries to defend fracking and digs himself a few holes.
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Teen's water test measures chemical from DuPont plant
Teen's science fair project earns her top honors and a warning from the FBI.
"Reef Balls" Help You Save the Environment After You Die...
Today's environmentally-conscious people are thinking of ways to stay green even after they're gone. Eternal Reefs is putting a new ...