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Eco Friendly Subscription Boxes Perfect for Parents and Kids

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Eco Friendly Subscription boxes are becoming all the rage—a monthly delivery of goodies to your doorstep catered to your very passions, interests and whims. For parents committed to using eco-friendly, organic or fair trade products for your families, green subscription boxes are a great way to access green products without the hassle of shopping at specialty stores and/or doing extensive online research. ... Read More »

Texas Town Says No to Fossil Fuels, Yes to 100% Renewables

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Renewables Texas’ image as the king of oil states clings to it through repeated boom and bust cycles. Its politicians tend to be close friends of the fossil fuel industry. So people don’t think of it as the leading U.S. state for renewable energy—even though it is. It’s the top producer of wind energy in the U.S. One city in Texas ... Read More »

Drought-Stricken California Has One Year Left of Water, NASA Scientist Warns

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Drought In an LA Times editorial published last week, Jay Famiglietti, senior water scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, warned that California has about one year of water left. “Right now the state has only about one year of water supply left in its reservoirs, and our strategic backup supply, groundwater, is rapidly disappearing,” said Famiglietti. “We’re not just up a ... Read More »

Calculate Your Carbon Footprint

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Carbon Footprint In my daily research related to WhosGreenOnline.com and the environment, I come across a lot of very useful, important and valuable tools and information. Being a productive and responsible human being today, I don’t believe it’s possible to go an entire day and not be exposed in some way, to the current, worldly environmental situation. Through media; TV, ... Read More »

85% of Tampons Contain Monsanto’s ‘Cancer Causing’ Glyphosate

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Glyphosate Glyphosate, a widely popular herbicide that has been linked to cancer by the World Health Organization’s cancer research arm, was detected in 85 percent of cotton hygiene products tested in a preliminary study from researchers at the University of La Plata in Argentina. Sixty-two percent of the samples also tested positive for AMPA (or aminomethylphosphonic acid), a derivative of glyphosate. According ... Read More »

Plastic Food Project

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Plastic Food Project Plastic Food Project, an idea conceived by Pierluigi Monsignori, a.k.a. Potsy, starts in 2010 as a Land Art installation. The message it propagates is to reduce the waste production. It gives a great attention to eco-sustainability and to worldwide ecology, thanks to its strong visual impact: plastic waste Eco-Pressed that range from a weight of 60 to ... Read More »

Will Hawaii Be the First State to Go 100% Renewable Energy?

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Renewable Energy There’s plenty of wind on Maui, where these turbines are providing power to the state which plans to go all-renewable by 2040. Islands are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, especially rising sea levels. So maybe it’s no surprise that Hawaii is considering legislation that would make it the first state in the U.S. to be ... Read More »

5 Ways Vertical Farms Are Changing the Way We Grow Food

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Vertical Farms The Vertical Harvest farm is a three-story hydroponic greenhouse on a 30 foot by 150 foot plot of land in Jackson, Wyoming. The company is capable of producing more than 37,000 pounds of greens, 4,400 pounds of herbs and 44,000 pounds of tomatoes. No soil? No problem. From Japan to Jackson, Wyoming, plucking fresh lettuce is as easy as looking up. Vertical ... Read More »

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