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How plastic winds up in our seafood and what you can do about it

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7 mentions10 hours ago
Want to help keep plastic debris from reaching fish? Here are tips from ecologist Chelsea Rochman: Avoid microbeads: Until the federal microbead ban takes effect in mid-2017, look out for ...

Italian art installation a call for help over plastic waste

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7 mentions5 hours ago
left right left right ROME Five million brightly colored plastic bottle tops have been laid out on a Mediterranean island, spelling the word "HELP" in an art installation that aims ...

Airlines Embrace Pollution Plan That Could Cost Them $24 Billion

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8 mentions1 hour ago
The aviation industry is supporting a United Nations proposal to limit pollution from international flights even though the measure may eventually cost companies $24 billion annually. Trade groups representing United ...

America's rivers and streams are overflowing with microplastic pollution

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9 mentions10 hours ago
For years, cosmetic, toothpaste, and body care product manufacturers added “microbeads,” microscopic balls of plastic, to their merchandise, touting their skin-exfoliating effects. A Congressional ban that goes into effect beginning ...

Bill Mollison

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15 mentions7 hours ago
With deep sorrow, we wish to inform family and friends that Bruce Charles “Bill” Mollison, the “Father of Permaculture,” has passed away. He departed peacefully from this world in Hobart,

Finding Religion: Are Most Electric Vehicle Owners Converting To Tesla?

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6 mentions22 hours ago
September 24th, 2016 by Matt PressmanOriginally published on EVANNEX This weekend, I was able to attend two different National Drive Electric Week events here in Florida. I’ve been attending these ...

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bread [Vegan]

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3 mentions18 hours ago
This pumpkin cheesecake bread was created for everybody with an affinity for all things pumpkin. The bread is packed with spices and pumpkin purée — which gives this bread a ...

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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3 mentions2 days ago
Yes, you can make gelatin-free marshmallows at home — and it's easy! These fluffy marshmallows use agar agar, a type of sea vegetable, in place of the traditional gelatin. They're ...

Oil-Free Mac and Cheese [Vegan]

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3 mentions2 days ago
Mac and cheese may be the epitome of comfort food, but that doesn't mean it can't be healthy at the same time! This recipe makes the homey favorite healthier by ...

Attacks on wind and solar policies turn to state initiatives

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4 mentions4 hours ago
The assault on climate policies and renewable energy initiatives has taken a new form: having obliterated almost all of the effective policies at federal level, the focus is now switching ...

Bruce Charles 'Bill' Mollison 1928-2016, co-founder of permaculture

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4 mentions18 hours ago
Printer-friendly Bruce Charles 'Bill' Mollison (born 1928 in Stanley, Tasmania, Australia and died today, 24 September 2016 in Sisters Beach, Tasmania). A few people are born who are world class ...

Renewable Energy Now Accounts For 30% Of Global Power Generation Capacity

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15 mentions3 days ago
September 20th, 2016 by Joshua S HillAccording to a new report from the World Energy Council, renewable energy now accounts for over 30% of the total global installed power generation ...

Native Soil

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3 mentions16 hours ago
KILAUEA, Hawaii—Natasha Boteilho lives in Oahu’s arid Waianae Valley on a jot of land held in trust for native Hawaiians. Here on Hawaii’s most densely populated island—where the highest per-capita ...

How to banish plastic straws from your life forever

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15 mentions18 hours ago
You'll never need another plastic straw after you read this. The anti-plastic straw movement grows stronger by the day. Campaigns are springing up around the country, urging people to hold ...

15 Creamy, Comforting Pasta Dishes You Won’t Believe Are Dairy-Free

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3 mentions2 days ago
For a lot of us, at least one night a week was designated “pasta night” — a tradition that many of us have carried over into adulthood. And why not?

Kimbal Musk Is Growing A Food Revolution In Memphis

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6 mentions1 day ago
Right around the time in 2014 that Memphis was named the most obese city in the U.S., a local philanthropist approached Kimbal Musk with an idea. If Musk, a social ...

Coconut Flour Almond Butter Truffles [Vegan]

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3 mentions2 days ago
Need an easy (but very delicious) dessert? These little truffles contain just four ingredients and are completely gluten and dairy free. In this recipe, coconut flour and almond butter are ...

Suzlon Energy Plans Entry Into Storage-backed Renewable Energy Projects

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3 mentions3 days ago
September 23rd, 2016 by Saurabh MahapatraOne of India’s leading renewable energy project developers, Suzlon Energy, has announced plans to develop hybrid solar-wind energy projects as well as storage solutions for ...

The chef who changed US food forever

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6 mentions3 days ago
Waters and her Chez Panisse restaurant made local, seasonal and organic food popular Her Edible Schoolyard Project changed the way many schools feed their students This story complements the Culinary ...

The Inside Scoop On The Hottest New Trend In NYC Wellness

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2 mentions3 days ago
"Shed worries and stress. Get hot. Get high. Welcome to your new addiction." This buzzing language on Higher Dose's website and social media accounts was all it took to get ...

Wind and solar power enjoy a decade of massive growth: World Energy Council

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12 mentions3 days ago
Renewable sources of power including hydroelectric and solar represent around 30 percent of the world's total capacity and 23 percent of total global electricity production, according to a new report ...

Literary Gardener: Permaculture design brings nature and people together

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2 mentions1 day ago
“An ecological garden both looks and works the way nature does. It does this by building strong connections among the plants, soil life, beneficial insects and other animals, and the ...

5 Top Home Remedies for Skin Pigmentation

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3 mentions8 hours ago
Pigmentation is caused by exposure to the sun and allergic conditions. It can also be caused due to hereditary reasons, which can play a role in deciding if you are ...

California Seed Sharing Bill Signed into Law

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4 mentions3 days ago
Printer-friendly Photo credit: Christian Joudrey (CC 0) Seed sharing in California took a major step forward on Friday when Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the California Seed Exchange Democracy ...

Sustainable Commodity Sectors Can Prevent Instability

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11 mentions4 days ago
By Lise Melvin How can business help advance international sustainability goals and prevent global instability? This is the question being explored by leading companies, civil society and the United Nations ...

100 Percent “Invisible” Biofuel Powers US Navy’s Green Growler

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2 mentions4 days ago
September 22nd, 2016 by Tina CaseySo, that was fast. Just a few years ago CleanTechnica took note of when the US Navy began demonstrating 50-50 biofuel blends in its aircraft.

Group of WTO members announces talks to ban harmful fisheries subsidies

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3 mentions3 days ago
FisheriesBioresA group of 13 WTO members announced plans last week to begin preparations for negotiations to ban harmful fisheries subsidies, aiming to reach an international agreement under the Geneva-based organisation.

What's really holding smart cities back? (Hint: it's not tech)

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17 mentions3 days ago
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 2:50amFrom the energy sources powering skyscrapers to the water flowing through underground sewers to food growing on urban plots of land, cities are increasingly a ...

Italian art installation a call for help over plastic waste

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6 mentions19 hours ago
left right left right ROME Five million brightly colored plastic bottle tops have been laid out on a Mediterranean island, spelling the word "HELP" in an art installation that aims ...

Volkswagen Releases Sketches Of New Electric Vehicle

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3 mentions19 hours ago
3 hours ago by Mark Kane More images of the upcoming long-range, concept electric from Volkswagen have been released. We noted insights of what to expect from the study that ...

3 Shocking Stats About Plastic in the Oceans That Will Make You Take Action – NOW!

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6 mentions4 days ago
The ocean is, in a word, enormous. It makes up more than 70 percent of Earth’s total surface, and despite countless expeditions, less than five percent of it has been ...

World’s most influential companies join RE100 and announce investments in renewable power

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9 mentions5 days ago
Wells Fargo & Co., Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and VF Corporation - owner of many apparel and footwear brands including The North Face, Timberland, and Wrangler - are among a ...

The Dark Side of Agritainment

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17 mentions3 days ago
If you haven’t been to a dinner, a wedding, or a wine-tasting on a farm lately, you’ve probably seen photos of one. It’s a familiar scene: attractive hipsters sit under ...

Farmers Enlist Chickens And Bugs To Battle Against Pests

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28 mentions3 days ago
In an effort to turn away from chemical pesticides, which have the potential to damage the environment, some farmers are looking in a new direction in the age-old struggle against ...

'You started a quiet revolution': Tributes flow for permaculture 'father' Bill Mollison

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7 mentions2 hours ago
Updated September 26, 2016 16:06:58 Related Story: Outback permaculture Lightning Ridge style Related Story: Permaculture celebrates its international day Tributes are flowing from around the world for the Tasmanian man ...

90+ Healthy Gluten Free Pumpkin Recipes

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3 mentions3 days ago
A collection of over 90 healthy, gluten free pumpkin recipes from breakfast to dessert!The only thing I have to say to you today is this: You know you need as ...

Kirill Klip.: Lithium Race: Electric Vehicle Sales In The US Rise By 66% To 14,882

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11 mentions21 hours ago
InsideEVs. InsideEVs reports about the record sales of electric cars in the US in August 2016. We are entering the exponential part of the S curve. Sales of EVs in ...

The Economics of Veganism (+ Proof A Fine Vegan Meal Can Be Made Cheaply)

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3 mentions4 days ago
It used to surprise me when somebody told me that she wanted to go vegan, but feared it was too expensive. I’d always considered veganism to be an economical option,

COP21 to fund 240 renewable energy projects in Africa

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1 mentions6 hours ago
September 26 (SeeNews) - Segolene Royal, president of COP21, last week presented a list of 240 renewable energy projects in Africa which will receive funding under the Africa Renewable Energy ...

Facts About Beef

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2 mentions4 days ago
There has been a great deal of discussion lately about how antibiotics are used in raising livestock. The reality is that farmers and ranchers take antibiotic use in livestock very ...

#FarmTank #FoodTank

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8 mentions4 days ago
Tomorrow is *officially* the first day of fall (I have mixed feelings about this.)I’m heading up to Sacramento with my UC ANR colleague Rachel Surls – she’s the co-author of ...

Kazakhstan To Push For Renewable Energy Despite Low Oil Prices

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2 mentions2 days ago
September 24th, 2016 by smiti Kazakhstan plans to aggressively invest in renewable energy in the next decade inspite of the current and prevailing low oil prices. Future Energy Forum in ...

Plastic! Not so Fantastic. Tips on How to Cut Down Waste Everyday

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4 mentions4 days ago
Right now, a plastic island the size of Texas floats adrift on the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii. It’s a collection of straws, water bottles and lighters — all ...

101 smallest things you can do for your city

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45 mentions7 hours ago
On Your Street | In Your Neighborhood | At Your Parks | Along Your Route | With Your Neighbors | In Your Community We've scoured cities all around the world ...

Sustainable infrastructure after the Automobile Age

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2 mentions3 hours ago
Third in a weekly series The breakthrough American infrastructure of the early 19th century was the Erie Canal, which connected the Midwest farm belt with the Port of New York ...

Sustainable infrastructure after the Automobile Age

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4 mentions3 hours ago
Third in a weekly series The breakthrough American infrastructure of the early 19th century was the Erie Canal, which connected the Midwest farm belt with the Port of New York ...

Affordable Natural Baby Care Products You Can Find Around Town

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3 mentions4 days ago
14 Flares 0 0 Google+ 2 StumbleUpon 0 12 Email -- Filament.io 14 Flares “It wasn’t until I had a baby of my own that I started to really pay ...

Roasted Garlic Cheese Fritters [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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4 mentions5 days ago
These roasted garlic cheese fritters are made with just five ingredients made in only three easy steps. Based on chickpeas, these fritters are also grain-free and can be made oil-free ...

Why the Food Movement is Unstoppable

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14 mentions5 days ago
by Jonathan Latham, PhD In 1381, for the first and only time, the dreaded Tower of London was captured from the King of England. The forces that seized it did ...

Indoor Farms Support Healthy Fresh Food Access for Detroit

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3 mentions4 days ago
According to Michigan State University, in Detroit, Michigan, up to 52% of Latino children live in poverty, and where there is poverty, many times there is little to no access ...
 

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