Foreign journalists were allow...

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[Translate] Lindsay Abrams SALON.COM The tour took place as Japan prepares to enter a critical and dangerous phase of the...

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Baby formula has no place in a...

Nov 21, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Erik Assadourian   RMI Blog Of all the things that we feed to our children, breast milk may be the best: custom-designed...

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Protecting the Sanctity of Ind...

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[Translate]  Posted by Sustainability Possible RMI BLOG     Indigenous peoples inhabit more than 85 percent of the Earth’s protected...

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Taking a Ride in the Time Mach...

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[Translate]  Posted by Erik Assadourian    RMI This week I’ve been reading Global Environmental Politics: From Person to Planet, by...

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Crossroads for Humanity: Profi...

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[Translate]  Posted by Erik Assadourian   RMI A few weeks back I attended an “Accelerating Sustainability Forum” at the US Chamber of...

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Urban Pioneers Create Organic ...

Nov 21, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] With 100 tons of soil on top of a five-story car auction hall in central Copenhagen, the community-based ØsterGro project...

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Ecovillages: Lessons for Susta...

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[Translate]  Posted by Sustainability Possible   RMI   After twenty years of teaching global environmental politics at a major...

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House Republicans just passed ...

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[Translate] The “reform” measure makes room for industry-funded experts on the EPA’s advisory board Lindsay Abrams...

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Here’s What Big Oil Has ...

Nov 18, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by kate sheppard WASHINGTON –- TransCanada Corp., the company seeking to build the Keystone XL pipeline, has teamed up...

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Trek-In Prefab Cabin Offers Lu...

Nov 18, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by Bridgette Meinhold, 11/18/14   INHABITAT Trek-In is a prefab cabin designed for campers and those seeking solitude in...

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We’re hooked on this map of in...

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[Translate] By Amelia Urry   GRIST We’ve written before how the best tools to fight overfishing at sea may be found in the skies –...

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Pope Francis To World Leaders:...

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[Translate] by Katie ValentineCLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: AP Photo/Andrew Medichini Pope Francis had choice words for countries meeting...

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Your double cheeseburger is ru...

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[Translate] SteFou! By Nathanael Johnson   GRIST 1 David Tilman saw the assertion repeated over and over: A healthier diet is also...

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CEO Note: What Do The Recent E...

Nov 15, 2014 Posted by

[Translate]  by Andy Sharpless CEO, OCEANA A glimpse at table corals in the Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, located in the...

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Google, Skytruth, and Oceana P...

Nov 15, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Ted Danson Actor; board member, Oceana Andrew Sharpless CEO, Oceana HUFFINGTON POST Each day, hundreds of thousands of...

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El Salvador Restores Biodivers...

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[Translate] Barra de Santiago, El Salvador – Carlos Menjívar has been ferrying people in his boat for 20 years in this fishing...

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Keystone XL Standoff: Obama Wi...

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[Translate] EcoWatch / By Anastasia Pantsios  via ALTERNET The president hints he’ll oppose the pipeline, but the legislation...

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Urban Design Competitions Are ...

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[Translate] 11/12/2014 by The Dirt Contributor Urban design competitions are opportunities to assert the value of landscape...

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Richmond’s Transformational Ri...

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[Translate] 11/12/2014 by Jared Green   THE DIRT Richmond, Virginia, and Portland, Oregon, may not seem to have much in common,...

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“Living Breakwaters” Wins Buck...

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[Translate] 11/13/2014 by Jared Green   THE DIRT SCAPE / Landscape Architecture, founded by Kate Orff, ASLA, has just received...

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10 Things You Need to Know Abo...

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[Translate] November 13, 2014 by Bill McKibben   BILL MOYERS & COMPANY This post first appeared at The Huffington Post. 1) It is...

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Land, Co-ops, Compost: A Local...

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[Translate] From kitchens that buy and sell locally grown food, to a waste co-op that will return compost to the land, new...

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Biogas, a Low-Tech Fuel With a...

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[Translate] By BETH GARDINER NY TIMES LONDON — In villages across China, tens of millions of families use farm and household waste to...

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A Tricky Transition From Fossi...

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[Translate] Denmark Aims for 100 Percent Renewable Energy NOV. 10, 2014   NYTIMES  JUSTIN GILLIS Photo Denmark, with a pioneering...

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Saving the Planet, One Meal at...

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[Translate] By Chris Hedges   TRUTHDIG Shutterstock Numbered footnotes, with hyperlinks, appear at the end of this article. My...

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Gallery: Live in Harmony with ...

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[Translate]     <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>   Cutting edge computer technology is used to detail...

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Follow Up on the World Changin...

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[Translate] David Friedlander Architecture About a year ago we featured the NOMAD Micro Home, a tiny, affordable, easy-to-assemble,...

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“The Colbert Report” smashes c...

Nov 9, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] “Everyone who denies climate change has the same stirring message: We don’t know what we’re talking...

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The polar vortex is nigh ̵...

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[Translate] Joanna Rothkopf SALON.COM The polar vortex is nighThis Nov. 5, 2014 photo provided by NASA shows a picture captured by...

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A Small Town in Germany Become...

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[Translate] ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE Authors Laurie Guevara-​Stone Writer / Editor A small German town in southern Bavaria is...

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