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College Application Season: Greenest Universities

With more than 4,000 colleges in the U.S., narrowing down …

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Millennials: Less Recycling, More Eco Purchases

Only 25 percent of millennials would be embarrassed for someone …

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10 European Cities with the Best Eco-Hotels

Vacation planning is difficult enough, but when you want to …

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Surprising Ways Today’s Trends Affect Paper Recyclers

Think about how many things have changed in the past …

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Seattle’s Been Sleepless, Now It Goes Strawless

September is the month Seattle stops sucking. At least, that’s …

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Where to Camp This Weekend Near a National Park

The National Park Service turns 101 tomorrow, and if you want to celebrate by taking a camping trip — but didn’t plan ahead — worry not. Although reservations can be tough to come by, there are still options available for the procrastinators amon…

Where Will All the Fidget Spinners Go?

If you haven’t been subject to the fidget spinner craze, those little toys everyone from schoolchildren to business execs can’t stop spinning, chances are high that you are in fact living under a rock. But like all good fads — Silly…

Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Your mom gave you life, so it’s understandable that you’d want to get her a great Mother’s Day gift. But that can be easier said than done, especially if you feel like you’ve run out of time. For all you procrastinators out…

March for Science: What You Need to Know

2017 is shaping up to be the Year of the March, and Earth Day will get an inaugural march to add to its festivities: the March for Science. Millions of people are expected to join in, from places as far apart as Anchorage, Alaska, to Wangdue,…

The Complete Guide to Earth Day 2017

How are you celebrating Earth Day? You could spend it in the great outdoors (all national parks are free this weekend), or by supporting an eco-friendly company. If you need a little inspiration, we’ve compiled activities all across the…