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Other countries require young people to give back; should the United States do the same?
Our food blogger is a couple months late to MNN's Joy of Less challenge, but she's ready to get in on the joy.
How Tomorrow Moves
'Everything has been entrusted to our protection,' he says during his inaugural homily on March 18.
Oxfam takes a closer look and where—and who—is making our favorite dessert.
Sonny and Linda Jobe live in Doddridge County, W.Va., in a house too far out to be connected to city utilities. They make it work with solar energy and generators.
For International Women's Day, learn about 10-year-old blogger Hannah, who writes about the environment and social issues and interviews some impressive women along the way.
Just a few reasons why it's important to support women in countries where they don't have rights.
Having a baby is a big step, but it doesn't mean you have to live big.
In Dawson City, spring begins when everyone's favorite pub reopens. It's just one way the town revels in its local culture.
Hidden Harvest has rescued 14 million pounds of produce since 2001 and given it directly to poor and hungry seniors.
Renting or borrowing items rather than purchasing them and then having them sit largely unused is a form of dematerialized consumption.
Tonight's the night to turn off the gadgets and tune in to your life for the National Day of Unplugging.
Here are just 4 simple reasons you should consider downsizing.
At the Yukon Quest's Dawson stopover, a community concession stand operates 24 hours a day on donations, providing a case study in the value of social capital.
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