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Apr 10, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
Environmentalism’s gradual shift to extremism didn’t happen unaided;….
Mar 25, 2013 by GlobalPossibilities
In late September 2009, the Atlanta metropolitan area experienced record-breaking flooding…
Mar 5, 2013 by Casey Danson
Many times when we talk about “going green” we think about how much green it will cost us.
Feb 27, 2013 by Kristine Trites
When you first look at one of J Henry Fair’s photographs…
Jan 15, 2013 by Kristine Trites
Green building is becoming so prevalent these days that it may not be enough to erect individual eco buildings anymore
Jan 13, 2013 by Casey Danson
[Translate] HuffPost Posted: 01/13/2013 1:45 pm EST | Updated: 01/13/2013 1:50 pm EST From Earth911′s Mary Mazzoni: If Jack...
Jan 8, 2013 by Casey Danson
Would you drink less bottled water if you knew the facts …
Jan 1, 2013 by Casey Danson
Unless you’re on long retreat in a Himalayan cave,..
Dec 30, 2012 by Casey Danson
We can’t count the number of times we’ve tried to completely unplug…
Dec 29, 2012 by Casey Danson
The winter season can be a drag on your energy bill.
Dec 16, 2012 by Casey Danson
Little tiny ants have been spotted in our new home…
Dec 1, 2012 by Casey Danson
Let’s face it – we’re all in a difficult position, holding thin wallets with no prospects of getting any thicker any time soon.
Nov 26, 2012 by Casey Danson
Do you cringe when your utility bills arrive?
Nov 21, 2012 by Casey Danson
From our sustainable landscape series..
Nov 16, 2012 by Casey Danson
These exciting and comfortable designs from the new book “Small Eco Houses” …
Nov 9, 2012 by Casey Danson
Even with the growing number of tiny apartments and multi-functional homes..
Nov 7, 2012 by Casey Danson
[Translate] 7 Nov 2012 4:39 AM By Lisa Hymas Here at Grist, we’ve been following a lot more than the presidential campaign. During...
Nov 3, 2012 by Casey Danson
With the widespread and prolonged power outages across the northeast this week…
Oct 28, 2012 by Casey Danson
As cities become more attractive places for middle- and upper-class Americans to move and housing prices continue to climb..
Oct 25, 2012 by Casey Danson
Although jungles and sidewalks are completely different landscapes…
Oct 25, 2012 by Kristine Trites
Bottled water is one of those debates that just keeps getting recycled
Oct 19, 2012 by Kristine Trites
Let’s face it – we’re all in a difficult position…
Oct 18, 2012 by Casey Danson
How do sustainable design organizations operate?
Oct 3, 2012 by Casey Danson
[Translate] TreeHugger Melissa Breyer Living / Health October 1, 2012 « 1 of 11 » credit: ironypoisoning Oh the miracle powers of...
Oct 2, 2012 by Kristine Trites
Expect to see fewer products pitched as “environmentally friendly” if the government has its way.
Sep 12, 2012 by Casey Danson
The Environmental Working Group, a non-profit organization focused on environment and public health, recently came out with their Cleaners Hall of Shame list.
Sep 9, 2012 by Casey Danson
Guess what’s coming to dinner? The unprocessed food challenge continues
Sep 4, 2012 by Kristine Trites
There’s nothing quite as invigorating as showering outdoors, under an open sky as birds flit overhead.
Aug 26, 2012 by Casey Danson
At first glance it is a bit ostentatious, having your Maserati in your living room and a car elevator to get it there, but in some ways it makes sense.
Aug 15, 2012 by Casey Danson
Trying to change an architectural blueprint is a bit like asking the Titanic to make a U-turn..
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