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Thu, Aug 28, 2014 4:50 PM
WikiPearl is an edible shell that wraps around food and complements the flavor. It’s meant to take the place of throwaway packaging, but it poses a challenge.
White House special advisor discusses Obama's upcoming meeting with business leaders, as well as the administration's energy reform bill.
Oke USA is seeking a person passionate about Fair Trade to fill a Banana Logistics and Sales position.
New government report reveals the impact that climate change is already having in America, and what we can expect in the future.
The Eagle Ridge Institute is searching for a green building specialist as part of the AmeriCorps VISTA YouthBuild USA program.
It sounds odd, but it actually works. That's why the charity Matter of Trust is collecting truckloads of hair from all across the country.
Teachers across America are helping their students go green in innovative ways.
New laws are being put into place which will infuse some green (cash) into green jobs. Our expert gives you the 411.
Greenpeace USA is searching for a Grassroots Director to help lead the organization's environmental advocacy campaigns.
90 percent of the Chinook salmon along the California-Oregon coast have disappeared, causing the fishing season to be canceled for the second year in a row.
With a variety of eco-friendly features like local beer and low-flow toilets, NYC's Brooklyn Bowl aims to raise bowling alleys out of the gutter.
If you're looking for or offering a green job, here's a great new way to let your fellow MNNers know
Can you still get a green job in this economy? Tony shares his perspective.
Confused about what a green job is? Find out from our green job guru, Tony Anderson.
National awards program celebrates conservation in everyday life with a $5,000 donation.
Big cruise ship companies like Royal Caribbean are taking steps to clean up their act. But is it enough?
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.