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Sustainable Salmon: Do You Know What You're Eating?

Sustainable Salmon: Do You Know What You're Eating?

If you're like most people, salmon is probably a popular choice for you and your family when you get that craving for some fresh seafood. After all, salmon is one of the most versatile and prevalent fish available. But did you know that certain types of salmon are more sustainable than others?
Saint Joseph's University Goes Green

Saint Joseph's University Goes Green

The word “Jesuit” doesn’t usually conjure images of recycling cans and sustainability slogans. But at Saint Joseph’s, the only Jesuit University in Philadelphia, both students and faculty alike are trying to change that.
 New Pesticides Shopping iPhone App Available

New Pesticides Shopping iPhone App Available

Environmental Working Group recently updated its Pesticides Shopper’s Guide and has made it available now as an iPhone application for download.

Legislation Targets Chemicals In Children’s Bath Products

Legislation Targets Chemicals In Children’s Bath Products

Last month, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) introduced new legislation calling for an investigation into the presence of contaminants and impurities in cosmetics and personal care products geared for babies and children.

Atayne: Eco Friendly Athletic Wear

Atayne: Eco Friendly Athletic Wear

Atayne takes a new point of view towards creating better people with better performance on a better planet by producing high performance athletic gear made from trash.
REVERB Helps The Fray Go Green This Summer

REVERB Helps The Fray Go Green This Summer

Summer tours this year feature rock band The Fray with special guest Jack's Mannequin. Since their last tour, the headlining rock band became aware of the "green" trend

New Biofuel Source Discovered:  Bacteria

New Biofuel Source Discovered: Bacteria

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin in April unveiled a bacterium that produces cellulose and glucose that can be turned into ethanol and other biofuels. If production can be ramped up, the bacteria’s byproducts can be used in transportation as a substitute for oil and gas.

World Energy Use To Grow 44 Percent

World Energy Use To Grow 44 Percent

The Energy Information Administration announced May 27 that world energy consumption is expected to increase by 44 percent in the next 20 years. The agency, which is the independent statistical and analytical agency within the U.S.

Meadowlands Stadium Goes Green

Meadowlands Stadium Goes Green

The New York Giants, New York Jets and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have joined to make the New Meadowlands Stadium one of the greenest sports venues come 2010.

Kashi: 7 Whole Grains on a Mission!

Kashi: 7 Whole Grains on a Mission!

Pre-packaged and pre-made food products are a staple in many American households. They are convenient, quick and tasty, but, often times hardly wholesome.
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