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Be a Paper Tiger

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Author: the Inkslinger

Paper Mache TigerWe take a lot of materials for granted, but perhaps none more so than paper. In one form or another, it’s been with us for thousands of years and despite the digital revolution, we aren’t really close to a paperless society.

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Toilet Paper and a WHOLE New Level

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It is always good when you hear the voice of the people talk about your toilet paper. Thanks Mitch,
for your uplifting thoughts and yes, we need those trees...

White Rhino

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Corporate Consciousness Report and Contest to Win $5,000

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Seventh Generation Corporate Consciousness Report 2007Every year we take a hard look at what Seventh Generation is doing to move our understanding of sustainability and corporate responsibility forward. How do we define sustainability? Do we really walk the walk?

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Change It 2008 is here!

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Author: Lara Petersen

Change It 2008For the third year in a row, Seventh Generation has teamed up with Greenpeace to create a program designed to train and empower students to become the next generation of leaders in the global movement for change.

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Dr. Greene’s Daughter on Green Cleaning

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Author: robin

One of the most enlightened teenagers we know is Claire Greene, daughter of Dr.

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The Goracle Throws Down the Gauntlet

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Author: the Inkslinger

Al GoreFinally. Someone's said what had to be said about climate change, energy, and the future of human civilization, and, quite naturally, that person was our hero, Al Gore.

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Two Roads Diverged In a Yellow Wood...

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Author: the Inkslinger

The Millenium Project's State of the World ReportIf you’re anything like me, you’ve no doubt spent a lot of time scratching your head and won

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The Good News About Rising Oil Prices

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Author: the Inkslinger

There’s no question that the current oil crunch is making it painful for most of us to visit the gas pump. But is there a silver lining in the clouds of this energy storm? Some experts think so.

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Ehrlich on the Environment: Many Links, One Chain

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Author: the Inkslinger

Responding to a heckler who said his songs all sounded the same, musician Neil Young once famously remarked that, "it’s all one song." In their new book,

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