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The latest news, food for thought, recipes you’ll love, great advice on everything from raising kids to nurturing bees, plus videos designed to entertain, educate and enlighten. If you’d like to find out what’s on our mind – or let us know what’s on yours -- this is place to be.

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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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Is it Possible to Make Friends Off a Toilet Paper Choice?

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Author: Seventh Generation VT

Your Choice - Old Growth Forest or Recycled Waste?I took the title of this post from a comment on our Facebook page. It’s an interesting question.

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The Most Important Number in the World

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Author: the Inkslinger

350Three hundred and fifty. 350. That’s the most important number in the world. Learn it and remember it, because it represents the atmospheric line in the sand that we cross at our own peril.

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