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Good, Better, Best: Cutting Carbon From Home Heating and Cooling

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Good, Better, Best: Cutting Your Consumer Carbon Footprint

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Good, Better, Best: Reducing Your Transportation Carbon Footprint

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We Earthlings: It’s Time for a Change

This week, we respond to the unfortunate increase in CO2 …

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We Earthlings: The CO2 Impact of Soda Pop Consumption

What connects us all? Nature and our shared relationships through …

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We Earthlings: Know Your CO2 Flightprint

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Earth911 Podcast, August 20, 2018: Sustainability in Your Ear

Ernie Roberts, sustainability manager for computer accessories maker Belkin, joins …

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Gernot Wagner on The Futility of Going Green and the Economics of What Really Matters (Podcast)

If bringing your canvas bags to the grocery store, carpooling, and forgoing double cheeseburgers makes you feel good about yourself, terrific. But don’t expect the planet to notice. What the world needs, says Environmental Defense Fund economist Gerno…

Ask Pablo: Paper or Plastic? Spending Cash vs Credit Cards

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Dear Pablo: Is it more sustainable to use cash or credit cards to pay for transactions?

The correlation between consumerism and environmental impact goes without saying but aside from …

World Contraception Day is For Women’s Rights, But It’s For the Environment, Too

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The connection between increased access to family planning and greenhouse gas emissions has been covered here before, but since World Contraception Day was this week and we’re still