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Wed, May 22, 2013 5:25 AM
Kids can help scientists understand the impact of climate change on butterflies by sharing their butterfly sightings in a new database.
Tropicana shares the juicy details on their efforts to go green.
British study finds that children are even more affected by particulate pollution released from cars than previously thought.
Make your own eco-savvy tiara or crown for your little prince and princess.
Where to find gently used clothes and gear for your family online.
Make memories while you make an impact.
Go ahead ... pile in the car and relax with a clear conscience with these eco-savvy road trip tips.
Don't know much about geology? This free earth science primer breaks it down for you.
Kids love crafts? Use this easy recycled pompom maker to design your own supplies.
How to encourage your school to switch to green cleaners.
An interview with author Alan Durning on his family's year of living car-lessly.
Easy ways to teach your kids about recycling and get them excited about going green.
Older kids can deepen their knowledge and discover new ways to go green.
Eco-books to help your kids understand and care about the environment.
Swedish study finds that levels of PCBs and other toxic substances in breast milk have declined since the 1990s.
These eco-savvy ideas are sure to make even hard-to-please dads happy.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.