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Locavores: Find Free Fruit in Your Neighborhood

John Platt, April 01, 2015

There's a bounty of fruit ripe for the plucking, all within walking distance.

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It's Vacation Time! Want to Travel Green?

John Platt, April 01, 2015

Ah, spring. Time to get out of the house and enjoy yourself somewhere else. But where is a discerning eco-positive vacationer to go? Not just any hotel or destination will do. Don't worry, we have an answer for you.

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Earn Money by Recycling Your Empty Inkjet Cartridges

John Platt, April 01, 2015

Not only are old inkjet cartridges recyclable, you can make money by returning them.

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Arguing with a Global Warming Denier? There's An App for That

John Platt, March 31, 2015

Did you ever get into an argument with a global warming denier and wish you had all of the evidence you need to refute his beliefs at the tip of your fingers? Now you can, with the Skeptical Science iPhone app, free from the Skeptical Science website.

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Does Your Tuna Contain Mercury?

John Platt, March 31, 2015

Tuna is one of the most popular fish in the world, but choosing the wrong tuna can have an impact on your health (not to mention on the environment).

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Your Business Can Help Preserve Biodiversity

John Platt, March 31, 2015

If your company has its own property, a few simple steps can be a huge boost to the local wildlife in your area.

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Five Ways to Cut Your Junk Mail

John Platt, February 11, 2015

According to the US Postal Service itself, the average family gets 848 pieces of junk mail per year. You can cut that dramatically in just a few steps.

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Are E-books Greener Than Paper Books?

John Platt, February 09, 2015

For people who love their Kindles, there's no other choice when it comes to reading books. But for the rest of us, is it time to make the switch to e-reading, or do paper books still hold the green advantage?

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Would You Pay Extra for a Stamp that Helps Endangered Species?

John Platt, January 30, 2015

This September, the U.S. Postal Service will introduce its fourth-ever "semi-postal" stamp as a way to raise funds to protect endangered species.

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The Great Environmental Warrior

Patrick Murphy, January 27, 2015

It might be a good time to remind America and run this timeless campaign for a new generation, "People start pollution; people can stop it."

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