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6 Healthy Food Chain Restaurants That Your Kids Will Love

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Healthy Food When eating out, kids often end up ordering chicken fingers, French fries or pizza—restaurant menu items lacking in whole grains, fruits and vegetables. The fact is, dining out poses a challenge for health-conscious parents who want their children to eat meals with more nutritional value. A spate of restaurants across the U.S. are now tapping into the demand for ... Read More »

Raining in Drought Stricken California!


Drought Stricken California! is very happy to report; In the extremely drought stricken California home of WhosGreenOnline (Southern California, U.S.A.) We are experiencing the most substantial rainfall Southern California has experienced in the last 3-4 years. After four years of drought California is now at its driest for 500 years, scientists have found. The heat has left the Golden ... Read More »

People, Planet, Profit: Lead the Way Toward Sustainable Economies

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Sustainable Economies The business model that puts profit ahead of everything—that in fact looks at profit as the only thing—has created extensive human and environmental misery in the world. Worldwatch Institute‘s new book, State of the World 2014: Governing for Sustainability, takes a look at how some entrepreneurs and business people are starting to reassess this model to become “triple-bottom-line” companies—ones that ... Read More »

Tesla Hits New Milestone Installing 2,000 Tesla Superchargers Worldwide


Tesla Superchargers There are now more than 2,000 Tesla superchargers worldwide, saving 3.9 million gallons of gas. Traveling around the world just got a little easier for Model S drivers. In a company milestone,Tesla Motors announced it has now installed more than 2,000 Superchargers in nearly 400 locations across four continents. These fast-charging, plug-in stations are dotted around North America, Europe, ... Read More »

3 Connections Between Climate Change and Extreme Weather

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Climate scientists are now able to more accurately determine how climate change impacts the odds of an individual extreme event occurring, like the 98 inches of snow that has fallen in Boston this season. More than 98 inches of snow has fallen in Boston this season, while workers have spent about 170,000 hours plowing the streets and distributed more than ... Read More »

Plastic Smog: Microplastics Invade Our Oceans

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Plastic In Ocean The idea that there are “patches” of trash in the oceans is a myth created 15 years ago that should be abandoned in favor of “plastic smog,” like massive clouds of microplastics that emanate out of the five subtropical gyres. My recent publication in the journal Plos One, estimates 269,000 tons of plastic from 5.25 trillion particles, but more ... Read More »

Google Invests $300 Million in SolarCity to Make Going Solar Easier

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SolarCity Google has contributed a little less than half of SolarCity’s $750 million solar project fund. SolarCity has announced a $750 million fund to help defray the costs of solar panel installation in residential homes in 14 states and the District of Columbia. Following Apple’s recent partnership with First Solar, Google has committed $300 million to the new fund—its largest renewable energy ... Read More »

6 Mobile Apps for Sustainable and Ethical Food Shopping

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Mobile Apps Since 1990, mandatory nutrition fact labeling on packaged food products in the U.S. has made it easier for consumers to shop for foods based on dietary restrictions and nutritional requirements. But just because a food bears a healthy nutrition label doesn’t mean it was ethically or sustainably produced. Currently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Organic label is the ... Read More »

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