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    Plastic bottles have been a topic of green news for what seems like ages, and usually the bottom line is centered around consuming less, i.e. – investing in reusable bottles, etc. But what if the root of the issue was addressed instead and the option to consume plastic bottles was eliminated? Well, a couple companies have set out to do just that. PepsiCo recently announced a bottle that will be derived from plants- and not just partially like the original PlantBottle from Coca-Cola, but derived from 100% plant-based material. Could this be the beginning of a large-scale trend in eliminating plastic containers? Read more…


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    Bad things come in threes, the proverb goes, and it has certainly been the case in Japan. First, there was the powerful earthquake. Second, a desolating tsunami. Third, an explosion at a nuclear power plant. Read more…


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    With huge demands on the world’s global food supply, many are looking to biotechnology to save the day. While supply is certainly a concern, will the path to meeting the demand sacrifice more than we’re bargaining for? Read more…


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    Who doesn’t love a good trip to the theatre?  I recently came across a document that outlined a different kind of educational form of theatre called “Green Drama”.  The program is a training course that is intended to educate people about how to make positive environmental choices.  Their concept is fairly simple:

    Environmental Education + Drama = Green Drama Read more…


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    Hybrid cars are nothing new.  In fact, Toyota has now sold more than 2 million models of its revolutionarily Prius since 1997-its best seller in Japan.  Toyota’s luxury division, Lexus, recently unveiled a fleet of seven new hybrid models and the company expects hybrids to account for a fifth of it’s sales in Europe.  The demand for lower emissions vehicles has other luxury brands scrambling to get their own models into production.  Ian Robertson, marketing director of BMW notes “society and governments want to move towards zero emissions from cars.” Read more…


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    Obviously climate change has detrimental effects on the environment, but who knew it could be the cause to an increase in human health problems? Read more…


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    We all know how pesticide use and industrial farming changed the landscape of North America, and the world, since it was first used in the 20th century.  Well, third world nations are learning to double the output of their agricultural resources by abandoning pesticides and switching to more environmentally friendly alternatives. Read more…


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    So I have this little, no camera, no “there’s an app for that,” no nonsense Nokia mobile phone.  It’s great, but I always have difficulty in remembering to charge it.  If I rode my bike everywhere like a good Treehugger, I would be ecstatic to find out about this new technology that was recently released. Read more…


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    BIGGER. Always better?  When it comes to sustainability in the retail world, that certainly isn’t the case. Corporate giants like Costco and Walmart for example, could arguably be considered unsustainable by the sheer nature of their business models, which often encourage people to purchase impulsively and in excessive amounts. But since the global economy is growing rapidly, these businesses are not going anywhere anytime soon. So, it’s nice to hear when companies like Costco adopt sustainable policies- in this case, a sustainable seafood policy along with a pledge to play more of a leadership role in aquaculture. Read more…


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    Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are looking for 55,000 relief workers who helped clean up the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last year, reports CNN.com. They will study how being exposed to the oil and the chemicals used to remove the oil may have affected the health of workers and volunteers. Read more…


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