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Mon, Apr 21, 2014 2:01 PM
Prices for beef, pork, poultry, dairy and eggs are on the rise. Apply the Meatless Monday theory to a few other days of the week and take other steps to keep your grocery budget from exploding.
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Philly's gridiron stars are off the grid and reducing their collective carbon footprint.
Do something about your not-so-eco-friendly office.
Plenty Magazine recognizes 20 businesses, 20 people, and 10 ideas that will change our world.
By evaluating whole companies instead of products, B Labs aims for a new standard in business practice.
A new form of currency, accepted only in the southern Berkshires of Massachusetts, is used to boost the economy and green thinking.
Whether you work in your PJs or outside of the home, you can help save virgin forests by making greener paper choices.
What's the deal with rich countries shoving all their trash to developing countries?
Simple improvements on your home can decrease your carbon footprint and, happily, increase the number of dollars in your bank account!
Is there a green way to wrap and send gifts this holiday season? Yes.
How one business in North Carolina is cleaning up pollution for profit.
The owner of a beverage company brings his employees together on 20 acres in British Columbia.
After two decades of reporting the facts, eco-journalist Andrew Revkin speaks his mind about the Bush administration, his children's book and more.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.