MNN is proud to host this weeks edition (#176) of the Carnival of the Green, a weekly traveling blog series that collects great green content from a variety of sites to bring together in one place.

The Carnival of the Green was started by green blogosphere stalwarts Al Tepper and Nick Aster of Triple Pundit and is hosted by our friends over at Treehugger (managed by the super awesome Kara Dicamillo). It has been around for over four years, and has a year long waiting list to host. The Carnival is a great way to discover new blogs and content and I'm really happy to help bring it to MNN this week. I'm taking the green baton from the host of lasts week Carnival, Green Living Online and will pass it on to next weeks host, Green Me.

Here at MNN, I just wrote about small wind turbines and the fact that with wind power, size matters. Karl Burkart makes it easy to find local Earth Day Events and Disney is getting back into the wilderness movie game.

The Greenest Dollar pulled together a great collection of homemade deodorant recipes. I hate having to toss the empty plastic deodorant sticks when I run out of my Toms of Maine, so I think I'll be giving some of those ideas a go.

Living the Scientific Life writes about HR 669, the Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act and lays out some good areas for improvement.

Feng Sui Crazy, a blog for people Crazy about Feng Shui shares what it takes to layout the perfect Feng Shui bedroom. Like most things important, it starts with the bed.

Tri-Freedom points out that Linux is a cheaper, greener computer operating system than Microsoft Windows. I'm a Mac guy myself, but would be on a Linux otherwise.

My Beauty Bunny reviews Wild Rose Facial Oil and finds it full of awesome, chock full of skin balancing essential oils.

Eco Joe got a chance to test out some organic ant and roach killer and found it to be an effective bringer of ant death. He has the same bug rule as I do: don’t kill bugs, unless they’re in my house and they’re too small to free outside. If you HAVE to kill bugs, you should at least do it in a green way.

The Viewspaper reminds us of the toll that Global Warming will have on water supplies in countries like India and Bangladesh.

Admirable India produced a nice photo collection of the Mahant Ghasi Das Memorial Museum.

Homeseaderbell's Blog is excited about getting her garden started early and already has a few baby tomato plants poking up through the potting soil.

My Zero Waste, a blog about one familys effort to cut down on the amount of waste sent to the landfill every week, has a post all about Ecover, makers of earth friendly cleaning supplies, including my dishwasher detergent.

Little Green Blog has keen timing with their post of natural remedies for a sunburn.

Free Organic News wants you to nourish your skin and body with pure organic ingredients.

Veggie Revolution says that some farmed fish is harmful to wild fish. When young salmon swim by fish farms they pick up fish lice from the dirty pens. Just say no to farm raised salmon.

Southern Fried Science is running a comment contest for Earth Day- why should we protect the environment in times of economic crisis?

Fake Plastic Fish overcame a stolen camera to put on a great display about the problems with plastic at the Oakland Earth Expo.

The Christian Environmentalist rolls out the third in their series on ten ways to be an extreme green- change the way you eat. Go veggie/vegan, go local, and and go organic.

News for Freedom Daily blogs about new regulations on CO2 emissions and what some other bloggers are saying about it.

That wraps up the Carnival of the Green #176. Swing over to Green Me this time next week for the 177th edition of the Carnival.

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