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3/17/2011
Can You Compost Dirty Diapers?
By: Sami Grover
Disposable diapers are one of those things that most greenies love to hate. But they're still a common element in ...
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3/17/2011
10 Essential Tools to ReMake Trash Into Treasure
Have you ever used an empty glass jar as a drinking glass or turned an old tin can into a ...
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3/1/2011
Backfire! With Cleaner Cars, People Drive More
By: A.K. Streeter
Sweden, that sustainability superstar, really prides itself on being "green." It is one of the few countries to decouple CO2 ...
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3/1/2011
San Francisco Using Facebook to Fix Potholes and Broken Sidewalks
By: Jaymi Heimbuch
Awhile back, we heard about Fill That Hole, PotholeSnitch, and SeeClickFix, apps that allows city residents to report potholes on ...
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3/1/2011
10 Way To Turn Your House Into A Futuristic Fortress
By: Jaymi Heimbuch
1. Guard robotsFor just a couple hundred bucks, you can keep an eye on your house remotely with a ...
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2/24/2011
A New Design Movement That Can Help Us Beat Obesity
By: Lloyd Alter
A primer on Active Design, which creates buildings and environments that fight America's obesity epidemic. Today, obesity is poised to ...
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2/24/2011
Heinz to Adopt Coca Cola's "PlantBottle"
By: Rachel Curnansky
Coke's PlantBottle, made from up to 30 percent plant-based material, will now be used for Heinz ketchup. Heinz says it ...
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2/17/2011
World's New Solution Power Installations Double in 2010
By: Matthew McDermott
There've been a bunch of stories lately about solar power installations doubling last year (see related links below) and here's ...
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2/17/2011
Upcycle Leftover Valentine's Day Candy Wrappers and Donate to Charity at the Same Time
By: Tom Szaky
Valentine's Day is a wonderful excuse for loving partners, friends, parents, kids and teachers to show they care. And like ...
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2/1/2011
Carpooling Declined 50% Since 1980 in the U.S.A.
By: Michael Graham Richard
If you insist on car-commuting, at least fill it up with people!   Thanks to modern social networking technologies and ...
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