Organic Cereal Maker Nature’s Path Has Charted Its Own Course and Thrived…
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myhaircares.com The Yes Men’s Latest Hoax-Within-a-Hoax Entangles a Canadian Pipeline GiantAt one point, Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler denounced it as “absurd” and “a joke.” And, boy, was he right. Canadian oil company, Enbridge Inc., really hadn’t enlisted beauty salons across North America to help clean up more than 800,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into […]
U.S. FWS Dow Chemical’s $10 Million Plan to “Value Nature”At the end of January, Dow Chemical Co., one of the largest chemical manufacturers in the world, and The Nature Conservancy, the world’s largest environmental group, announced a $10 million partnership aimed at improving the 114-year-old company’s environmental impact. Both say they plan not just to […]
Just Add Body Heat The New Passive Houses Are So Energy-Efficient, They Make Heating and Cooling Practically Irrelevant
Passive homes are the simplest and most effective way to build a truly “green” home: using super-insulation and an efficient heat-recovery system…
The New Environmental Activists Despite Apathy and Climate Skepticism, a New Grassroots Environmental Movement Is On the Rise
Despite Apathy and Climate Skepticism, a New Grassroots Environmental Movement Is On the Rise Across the United States and beyond…
The Green Building Battles As Eco-friendly Building Takes Off, the Fight Is on to Define What It Means to be Green
Eco-friendly building is on the rise, and forest certification labels are engaged in ugly legal battles to gain coveted qualification.
For Solar Companies That Survive the Recession, There’s a Lot of Promise Ahead
Is This the End for Coal? Momentum is building to block new coal-fired power plants and end mountaintop removal mining. Is there enough political will to make the break?
Rural residents, college activists, mainstream environmental groups & eco-celebrities are joining forces to fight new coal plants…
Winemakers tackle their carbon footprint—and make fine wine more portable, to boot.