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Just how big can bug-ranching grow?

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4 mentions17 hours ago
A few years ago, I got invited to a bug-eating party by a friend. It was pretty classy. There was booze, and a bluegrass band playing, and it was easy ...

16 simple ways to reduce plastic waste

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15 mentions1 hour ago
Plastic is found in virtually everything these days. Your food and hygiene products are packaged in it. Your car, phone and computer are made from it. And you might even ...

Japan Set To Finance Solar Power Parks In India

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3 mentions19 hours ago
Published on July 29th, 2015 | by Smiti Mittal The Japanese International Cooperation Agency has finalised plans to fund solar power parks in various states of India. According to the ...

Germany Breaks Renewable Energy Record

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9 mentions6 hours ago
Germany’s transition from coal- and oil-fired power to carbon-free electricity hit a new milestone on July 25 when solar, wind, and other sources of renewable energy met 78 percent of the day’s ...

A DIY Pantone Stained Glass Door Anyone Can Make

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4 mentions13 hours ago
Designed by Armin Blasbichler, this breathtaking door uses old film slides of Pantone colors to achieve its effect. Not to get all Instructables on you, but as a design writer,

Go Electric: The Sierra Club has a great new electric vehicle guide

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6 mentions15 hours ago
Michael Graham Richard (@Michael_GR) Transportation / Cars July 27, 2015 Ok, the guide wasn't old enough to include the electric car above, but this new version is worth a mention ...

Homeless People Plant a Huge Organic Garden, and Feed an Entire Shelter

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5 mentions5 hours ago
Organic vegetables and community gardens are typically associated with well-meaning, tote bag-carrying, volunteer at the Coop (and never miss a shift) types. But good, local, nutritious food shouldn’t be expensive,

Queensland Plans Solar Fast-Charging Stations For Electric Vehicle ‘Super Highway’

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4 mentions1 day ago
Published on July 28th, 2015 | by Guest Contributor Queensland’s state government has called for expressions of interest to build what is being billed as Australia’s first electric vehicle service ...

ClipperCreek Unveils HCS-50 Electric Vehicle Charging Station

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9 mentions2 days ago
Published on July 28th, 2015 | by James Ayre A new 40 amp, 240 volt, Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging station dubbed the HCS-50 was recently unveiled by the ...

Wellness Wednesday: The Great Debate

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4 mentions1 day ago
On today’s Wellness Wednesday post, I answer one of my most frequently asked questions – which is healthier, sugar or artificial sweeteners. As you’ll see, the sugar vs artificial sweeteners ...

Herbed Cashew Cheese [Vegan, Raw, Gluten-Free]

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5 mentions7 hours ago
Dairy FreeHealthyKid-FriendlyRaw VeganSoy FreeSugar Free / Low SugarVeganWheat Free Hi, I am Judy. Food is one of my greatest passions and I love how it magically connects people. With my ...

Myth: ‘Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff’ Applies to Plastic

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2 mentions18 hours ago
Small plastic pollution is no game! Teeny weeny plastics are polluting even the cleanest-looking waters—and unsuspecting aquatic wildlife are accidentally gobbling them up. Question is, if the plastic is so ...

Google Street View Soon to Picture Local Pollution, Too

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11 mentions10 hours ago
Technology emerges to crowdsource levels of greenhouse gases and smog The San Francisco Bay Area will soon see Google Street View vehicles that not only take snapshots of its streets ...

Funky Accessories That Visualize Invisible Air Pollution

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9 mentions1 day ago
If you’re hiking in Los Angeles, your naked eye can’t really tell the difference between pollution and run-of-the-mill fog. Nor can you measure the levels of particulate matter or nitrogen ...

Living With The Land Part 5 - No-Dig Gardening

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8 mentions17 hours ago
Growing organic vegetables commercially for over 30 years, Charles Dowding has developed a no-dig method of cultivation for temperate climate gardening. Charles introduces us to Homeacres, his 1/4 acre market ...

19 RD Approved Gluten Free Desserts

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3 mentions3 days ago
Open refrigerator…stare…wait for food to magically turn in to something delicious. It never works, but someday I imagine with robots and technology it will. After long runs I refuel with ...

Natural Resources Defense Council

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8 mentions10 hours ago
We know what’s driving climate change: the carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels and other sources. But exactly how much damage does each ton of carbon pollution cause when you ...

SunEdison Official Named ‘Solar Power Person Of The Year’

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4 mentions2 days ago
Published on July 27th, 2015 | by Smiti Mittal SunEdison’s dominance in the global renewable energy business has received yet another stamp of approval at the Renewable World 2015 convention ...

SunEdison Seals 180 MW Solar Power Supply Deal In India

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3 mentions3 days ago
Published on July 27th, 2015 | by Smiti Mittal SunEdison has made further in-roads into the Indian solar power market by finalising a landmark agreement to to sell 180 MW ...

22 Facts About Plastic Pollution (And 10 Things We Can Do About It)

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9 mentions2 days ago
Source: www.ecowatch.com | Original Post Date: April 7, 2014 – It seems nearly impossible to escape plastic in our every day lives, doesn’t it? Plastic is literally at my fingertips all day ...

HP Will Power Texas Data Centers With Renewable Energy

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11 mentions1 day ago
Published on July 27th, 2015 | by Rocky Mountain Institute One of the largest information and communication technology (ICT) companies in the U.S. will soon power its five Texas data ...

Stuffed Portobello Mushroom With Tofu and Garlic Pepper Quinoa [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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5 mentions3 days ago
Dairy FreeHealthyNut FreeNutrient Dense RecipesSugar Free / Low SugarVeganWheat Free Amy Height is the founder of From the Ground Up Wellness, a holistic nutrition practice where she helps clients nourish ...

Almost Raw Ice Cream Sandwiches [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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3 mentions1 day ago
Dairy FreeKid-FriendlyNutrient Dense RecipesSoy FreeVeganWheat Free Carlota Cassou is a doctor in medicine, a Health Coach and a Raw Food Chef. She is originally from Barcelona (Spain), but enjoys traveling ...

Iveco and the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity: A New Set of Wheels for a Presidium

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3 mentions1 day ago
Iveco – the CNH Industrial brand that designs, manufactures and sells a broad range of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, both for road transportation and for off road uses ...

Overnight Blueberry Quinoa Bowl [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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3 mentions3 days ago
Dairy FreeHealthyKid-FriendlyNutrient Dense RecipesSoy FreeVeganWheat Free Food by Mars is a Clean, Seasonal, Celestial Recipe Blog featuring gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and lactose-free recipes including a Monthly Horoscope inspired recipe! You ...

Fishing for Plastic: Science in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

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2 mentions1 day ago
By now, you have probably heard of The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The name conjures the image of a floating island made of familiar plastic trash such as soda bottles ...

7 tips for eco-friendly pet owners

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15 mentions21 hours ago
Tom Szaky, Guest Writer (@tom_terracycle) Living / Pets July 27, 2015 With hundreds of millions of pets across the world, being an eco-friendly pet owner can have a greater environmental ...

How To Have Your Own Wine Label Without Owning A Winery

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14 mentions9 hours ago
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.It’s a luxury, a frippery, a fantasy — or something handed down ...

L.A. Launches an Electric Vehicle Car-Share Pilot Accessible to Low-Income Families

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11 mentions4 hours ago
A new electric vehicle pilot would provide access and savings to those who need it most. For all their social benefits, electric vehicles have so far remained the province of ...

The Wettest Rainforest in the United States Has Gone Up in Flames

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21 mentions2 hours ago
The wettest rainforest in the continental United States had gone up in flames and the smoke was so thick, so blanketing, that you could see it miles away. Deep in ...

Fare Wellness: Back to Our Roots

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3 mentions2 days ago
Since June 2013, Dr. Graham has also been working on “Victory Greens,” the first educational and edible rooftop garden. The Lenox Hill Hospital cafeteria has been eating the fruits of ...

How Solar Power Is Transforming India's Energy Market (Part 1)

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12 mentions3 days ago
Published on July 26th, 2015 | by Tobias Engelmeier, Bridge To India There is a solar transformation underway in India: record low tariffs, huge investment interest, and real growth. But ...

Chocolate Covered Cheesecake Bites [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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4 mentions3 days ago
When Rhea became vegan, there were no places in her Bronx neighborhood to eat so she had to learn to cook, mostly by watching TV cooking shows, especially Christina Pirello ...

When the Oceans Failed

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5 mentions3 days ago
It’s December 2031, and my hand is tingling with an alert from Apple’s latest wearable technology. I’ve received a new e-mail: The Daily Catch has landed in my inbox with ...

Autumn 2015

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2 mentions2 days ago
The Great Work of Our Time...Award winning filmmaker, John D. Liu, describes how earth restoration can help us grow a collective consciousness that will ensure our future. The Oldest Forest Garden ...

IBM Watson wants to give you health advice from your local CVS

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14 mentions4 hours ago
IBM's ultra-smart super-computer, Watson, seems to be everywhere these days. From helping robots understand Chinese to offering cooking advice and protecting the world from offensive and ineffectual emails. Now Watson ...

INFOGRAPHIC: Are our homes becoming more sustainable overall?

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4 mentions13 hours ago
Our current climate situation is a complex problem without one simple answer. In order to slow or halt climate change, we are going to need to change many different aspects ...

Harevsting Rainwater

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3 mentions6 hours ago
OK, so it can spoil summer barbecues and play havoc with our hair, but rain does have its saving graces. As well as helping to keep our gardens green, the ...

Organic Garden in Atlanta Planted, Maintained by the Homeless

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3 mentions10 hours ago
Gardening not only is a means to providing healthy food choices for ourselves and our families; oftentimes, it can be quite calming and therapeutic. For the residents of the Metro ...

Homeless People In Atlanta Plant Organic Garden, Provide Food For Shelter Residents

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25 mentions11 hours ago
Planting an organic garden is an activity typically reserved for bougie hipster types who have the time, money and training to get behind the cause. But a homeless shelter in ...

Green groups fight plastic microbead pollution in North Country waters

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2 mentions3 days ago
Environmental groups in New York's North Country are trying to spread the word about water... Jul 27, 2015 — Environmental groups in New York's North Country are trying to spread ...

City Council approves compost ordinance

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7 mentions6 hours ago
Fresh food scraps for composting are delivered to an urban farm in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood. Fresh food scraps for composting are delivered to an urban farm in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood.

Tiny Marine Organisms at the Base of the Food Chain Are Eating the Plastic We Toss in the Oceans

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12 mentions2 days ago
VICE News is closely tracking global environmental change. Check out the Tipping Point blog here. Tiny marine organisms sitting at the very bottom of our food chain are ingesting the ...

4th Annual Seedstock Conference to Explore Innovations Driving Growth of Local Food Systems

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2 mentions11 hours ago
The 4th Annual Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Conference: Innovation and the Rise of Local Food, which will take place this fall at UC San Diego, will explore solutions and methodologies that ...

Holistic health, clean living, healthy recipes!

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4 mentions1 day ago
Published on July 29th, 2015 | by Andrea Bertoli I’ve seen a lot of food trends come and go since I’ve been working with food and health (cooking, farming, writing,

What You Need To Know In Wellness Today (July 26)

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4 mentions5 days ago
"I’m just a rock ‘n’ roller who believes people should know what they’re eating." - Neil Young on why he donated $100k to fight GMOs in Vermont Here are the ...

How to Install a Toilet for an Easy DIY Bathroom Upgrade

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7 mentions2 days ago
Replacing a toilet may sound like a daunting DIY project, but all it takes is a few simple steps to get a new throne set up in a few hours.

A Chicago house that is "healthy, efficient, and right-sized for comfortable living"

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7 mentions2 days ago
Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Design / Green Architecture July 24, 2015 There's a whole village of green houses open for touring in Chicago this weekend, and one of them is a ...

Living in tiny homes was much harder than these people realized

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12 mentions1 day ago
Tiny homes offer the escapist fantasy of having less: less square footage, less responsibility, and less stuff. The idea has been particularly trendy in recent years. Tiny homes — which ...

Sustainable Cities and the Best Ideas for the Future

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3 mentions1 day ago
This is my last post for the time being on Sustainable Cities Collective and I want to take the opportunity to explain how I have come to understand the great ...
 

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