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The Gift We're Really Getting This Season

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Author: the Inkslinger

Time to Switch GearsThough they call it the season of giving, let's be honest: The holidays are more like the season of buying. And this year, with the country in the grip of financial doldrums, we're buying a whole lot less.

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T minus 21 Days 11 hours and 4.2 minutes

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The Design Contest for the Corporate Responsibility Report comes to an end on December 31, 2008 at 11:59pm. We are working with Justmeans.com to engage folks in a social network design for submitting ideas
and having the community discuss and rate these ideas. Good darn fun.

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The Seventh Generation Green Holiday Guide

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Author: the Inkslinger

The holiday season has undergone many changes throughout the centuries. What were once a few solemn occasions of spiritual importance have gradually mushroomed into an annual burst of secular merrymaking that occupies our collective attention for nearly two months.

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Eating Organic For Three Years

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Author: MeghanB

Dr Greene Goes OrganicOne of our favorite doctors, Dr. Alan Greene, a practicing pediatrician, renowned authority on family health issues, and a partner to Seventh Generation, has done the close-to-impossible.

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Story of Stuff Revisited

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Story of StuffWe posted Annie Leonard's Story of Stuff when it was first released a year ago.

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Weird Science Watch: Is Every Species Now Un-endangered?

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Author: the Inkslinger

Dodo BirdIf I've noticed one thing about the world at large these past few years, it's that reality has been quickly catching up to science fiction.

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The Downward Creep of the Crawlies

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Author: the Inkslinger

Toads and ChildrenI admit that I have always harbored the greatest affection for nature's less photogenic creatures. I've always thought that creepy crawlies were cooler, weirder, wilder.

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