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Tue, May 21, 2013 1:07 PM
Chilean mine accident survivor, Mario Sepulveda, is said to be thrilled with the casting decision.
Timberland's Earthkeepers 2.0 boot's made with eco-friendly materials -- and is 80% recyclable to boot!
Oxfam America -- along with actor-vist Djimon Hounsou -- honored women environmental activists with Climate Leaders awards.
Author Brian Fagan's historical narrative about what he calls the Medieval Warm Period is a frightening look ahead to where the world is headed.
A green revolution is sweeping through the Windy City.
A student and his fellow surfers used their skills to ride the giant waves to safety after a deadly tsunami struck Samoa.
Strange Invisible Perfumes creates delicious, synthetics-free perfumes from organic essential oils and natural ingredients.
Video: Get this week's green advice from Pauley Perrette and Amy Smart.
New skin care line Blissoma Solutions offers moisturizers and cleansers made with certified organic plant-based ingredients.
The new eco-artsy Above magazine merges environmental and aesthetic concerns.
Plus: The cast of Stargate Universe saves the planet ... literally.
In Goat Song: A Seasonal Life, A Short History of Heading and the Art of Making Cheese, author Brad Kessler writes about his leap from New York literary writer to goat farmer in the northern woods of Vermont.
Heavyweight champ sows solar farm in Georgia.
The free goodies handed out to celebs before awards shows are becoming more and more eco-friendly and charitable.
The free AltCarExpo will give Southern Californians a look at the latest greener cars -- and car-free modes of transport.
Do dramas about climate change, industrial pollution and political corruption have to be so awful?
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