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Mon, Sep 29, 2014 7:30 PM
Stinky sewers and other woes are prompting German officials to tell residents that it wouldn't hurt to relax their frugal attitudes toward water usage.
Lambert says, "Hybrid all the way. Let's protect the environment."
MSNBC chats with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns about his new PBS film called "The National Parks: America's Best Idea".
A new book claims honeybees are disappearing, under lots of stress, and this will effect our food supply. And, oh yeah, it's our fault. Read the MNN review.
Garbage science isn't rocket science. Each of us throws away a ton of stuff every year. Literally. The problem, and why it's only getting worse.
A look back at the long-lasting impact of a short-lived journal that altered the course of the world
Buying used books equals more wallet- and earth-friendly.
Need some summer reading? These four books will have you thinking green.
Actress Cameron Diaz talks to Jay Leno about her, um, disgusting way of going green.
Plastic use is unbelievably prevalent--think you can change your ways?
Some great book and film selections any ecophile should check out.
Morph those kitten heels you love but never wear into fabulous flats, and you'll be able to walk instead of driving or hailing a (carbon-belching) taxi.
Could you do it?
An emissions trading program would force airlines flying in and out of European Union airports to cut emissions by 3 percent in 2012, and by 5 percent after 2013.
Video: Get green tips from Marisa Miller and Jeff Probst.
Famous for its green landscapes and even greener citizens, Oregon's Emerald City is an environmental wonderland.
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