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Most People Favor Stricter Air Pollution Standards from the EPA

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Author: Alexandra Pecci

Although climate change is often politicized, a new poll from the American Lung Association shows that clean air is important to everyone, regardless of what side of the aisle they stand on.

 

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Are All of My Natural Efforts Worth It?

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Author: RealMomofNJ

It's cliché to use Kermit's line, "It's not easy being green," when talking about making eco-conscious decisions, yet it's so appropriate. Being green is a ton of work. But my work doesn't end there. It's just part of my seemingly high-maintenance, whole-living lifestyle, which also includes healthful practices and nutrition for my family, and emotional well-being.

 

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Newsflash: The Tide is Turning!

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Author: Seventh Generation

There's huge news from the nation's cleaning product cupboard: Procter & Gamble, one of the biggest cleaner companies on the block, is reformulating Tide and Tide Free & Gentle laundry detergents so they contain much less of a troubling toxin called 1,4-dioxane.

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Caring a Whole Awful Lot

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Author: Seventh Generation

What do Sumatran Orangutans, Seventh Generation, The Philadelphia Zoo, Dr. Seuss and a Burlington elementary school have in common?

Far more than you might imagine.

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Thank You for Helping Us Save 500,000 Trees

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Author: Seventh Generation

While you always know when you've helped the environment, it can be hard to know just how much. But there's a ticker on our home page that spells it out in black and white. And sometime today, it's passing a real milestone: The 500,000th tree saved from the axe.

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Seventh Generation Joins Growing Movement to Oppose Expansion of Tar Sands

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Author: Chris Miller

At Seventh Generation, we have always sought to bring to market the most effective, natural, and sustainable household and personal care products.  Since the beginning, we have focused on designing products from plants, not petroleum.  We have worked hard to reduce, not just the environmental footprint of our products, but also the impact of how we get our products to market.  We manufacture ou

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9,615 Square Miles of Spring Cleaning

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Author: the Inkslinger

Everybody spring cleans. But nobody does it like Vermonters. We take that art to a whole new level and actually spring clean our entire state.

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