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The magic Bullittnew

"It’s not just green fatigue. It’s fatigue. There’s a whole generation of Americans now rising through the ranks that are as depressed about the effectiveness of government as they were back in the 1960s."
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Matthew Schniper  |  04-05-2012  |  Environment

E-Waste by the Numbersnew

Clear out the junk electronics. Your e-waste is wanted!
NUVO  |  Rebecca Townsend  |  03-16-2012  |  Environment

When the World Inevitably Falls Apart, Look to Sam Andy to Keep You Fednew

This Earth Day it's time to honor an unsung hero that's been trying to save our asses for more than half a century.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Matthew Schniper  |  04-21-2011  |  Business & Labor

Back to Nature: Naked Blackberry Whacking and Other Earth Day Delightsnew

The mission of the Glassbar Island Volunteers is to create and maintain a peaceful, nurturing symbiosis between the natural habitat and the nudists who enjoy it.
Eugene Weekly  |  Camilla Mortensen  |  04-22-2010  |  Environment

Earth Day Turns 40new

The largest secular holiday in the world was born in 1970 — and its chief organizer has lessons for the movement 40 years later.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Tim Redmond  |  04-14-2010  |  Environment

Green Fatigue: Is Anyone Else Sick and Tired of Eco-Chic?new

The most inconvenient truth of all, it turns out, is this: The Green Movement might make you feel warm and fuzzy, but it won't stop global warming. Really want to save the planet? Wear your old clothes, drive your old car, and save up for solar panels.
Phoenix New Times  |  Staff  |  04-22-2008  |  Environment

Have a Green Daynew

Twenty-four ways you can help the planet, from how you wake yourself up in the morning to how you get drunk at night.
Chicago Reader  |  Mick Dumke  |  04-21-2008  |  Environment

Green Buying Binge is Doing Us Innew

What started all those years ago as a valiant effort to nudge residents to get with the three Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) has morphed into a fervent consumer campaign that has vanquished "reduce." It's not just evidenced by my new supersized recycling bin, but also by the endless variety of ways we're encouraged to be "green" while indulging unabated our addiction to shopping.
NOW Magazine  |  Andrew Cash  |  04-18-2008  |  Environment

New Mexico's Green Teamnew

Ten enviros making a difference on Earth Day -- and all year round.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Laura Paskus  |  04-17-2008  |  Environment

Conservative Think Tank Plans Assault for Earth Daynew

The globe isn't warming. Nuclear power is green energy. Mining is good for Mother Nature and even better for the poor. Welcome to Earth Day, Utah style, courtesy of The Sutherland Institute.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Ted McDonough  |  04-17-2008  |  Environment

Seven Things Portland Should Do to Get Serious About Being Greennew

Sometime between Gov. Tom McCall's speeches and Al Gore's Nobel Prize, Portland ceded the green crown. Here's how to get it back.
Willamette Week  |  Corey Pein  |  04-16-2008  |  Environment

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