Trash vs. Garbage: Is There a Difference?
Sep12

Trash vs. Garbage: Is There a Difference?

Think “taking out the ‘garbage’ and the ‘trash’” is redundant? Then you clearly need a crash course in linguistics smothered in giblet gravy. Think “taking out the ‘garbage’ and the ‘trash’” is redundant? Then you clearly need a crash course in linguistics smothered in giblet gravy. Posted: 2013-09-06 00:25:28Author:Haley Shapley Read Full...

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Rooftop Gardens Coming to a Bus Near You?
Sep12

Rooftop Gardens Coming to a Bus Near You?

A Spanish artist reimagines the unused surfaces of bus rooftops as small gardens that breathe a little life into congested city streets. A Spanish artist reimagines the unused surfaces of bus rooftops as small gardens that breathe a little life into congested city streets. Posted: 2013-09-06 00:00:33Author:Mary Mazzoni Read Full...

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GM boosts 2014 Malibu fuel efficiency at low cost
Sep03

GM boosts 2014 Malibu fuel efficiency at low cost

Combination of three technologies leads to 12 percent improvement, which will save owners $2,000. Read Full...

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Glenn Beck Bans Staffers from Buying Eco-Friendly Products
Sep03

Glenn Beck Bans Staffers from Buying Eco-Friendly Products

Glenn Beck is known for many things, but apparently recycling for the good of the earth will never be one of them. The outspoken politically conservative talk show host recently banished such items as biodegradable spoons and recyclable cardboard… Glenn Beck is known for many things, but apparently recycling for the good of the earth will never be one of them. The outspoken politically conservative talk show host recently...

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Would You Live in a Converted Schoolhouse?
Sep03

Would You Live in a Converted Schoolhouse?

This home conversion in the Netherlands, once the gymnasium of an abandoned school building, may make you think twice about unused public spaces. This home conversion in the Netherlands, once the gymnasium of an abandoned school building, may make you think twice about unused public spaces. Posted: 2013-09-03 00:00:26Author:Mary Mazzoni Read Full...

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Study: People Don’t Recycle Damaged Goods
Sep03

Study: People Don’t Recycle Damaged Goods

The U.S. recycling rate has risen by less than 6 percent in the past decade. This sad but true stat leaves many greenies wondering what’s stopping American consumers from blue-binning it more often. A new study, published in the peer-reviewed … The U.S. recycling rate has risen by less than 6 percent in the past decade. This sad but true stat leaves many greenies wondering what’s stopping American consumers from blue-binning it...

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