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A new website helps consumers determine how much forced labor has been used to create specific products.
How Tomorrow Moves
With our economy in the throes of a recession and wasteful spending on the outs, maybe our parents' old adage 'waste-not-want-not' was correct.
Study: People who volunteered for selfish reasons or who didn't volunteer at all had a 4 percent mortality rate.
Here are eight young people who have made an impressive mark on history and our world.
If you cracked open your average landfill, what would you find inside? The answers might surprise you.
In today's culture of mass consumption, the things we throw away often disappear with the garbage truck and vanish from our minds, but all that trash has to go somewhere. Look at the numbers, and you'll be appalled.
The masked crusader of conservation has not been heroically accepted by football fans.
Whatever kids are into — cooking, pets, celebrities — there are volunteer opportunities to match. (Driver's license privileges can also be inspiring.)
More people will soon become familiar with the concept of a plastic footprint.
Gen Xers volunteered the most of anyone, devoting 2.3 billion hours to various causes.
The Pick Up Artists are a group of young people who are literally walking across the country picking up roadside trash as they go.
Need personalized stationery or paper event invites? Paper Culture offers customized cards printed on 100-percent recycled, FSC-certified paper.
Two new Facebook games aim to teach players about conserving wildlife and upcycling trash — while tackling real-life environmental issues.
Nothing puts the 'fun' back in 'fundraiser' like a bunch of pink flamingoes.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living