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  • Robert Weitz, certified microbial investigator, working to remove mold from a  job
    All about mold: what to look for, how to fight it, and how to stay well (part 1)
    Mold. The word conjures up images of two-week old bread in the fridge, that hunk of cheese we accidentally bit into or something we suspect in the crevices of the bathroom tiles.It's that last image these articles aim to address.Robert Weitz,...
  • Argentine physicians claim Monsanto larvicide is true cause of microcephaly
    Argentine physicians claim Monsanto larvicide is true cause of microcephaly
    An Argentine physicians' group has come forward to challenge the notion that the mosquito-spread Zika virus is responsible for a recent increase in Brazilian babies born with the birth defect microcephaly, saying that a toxic larvicide...
  • No NGBS builders in Greenville SC
    SC surrounded by NGBS green home states does not make the list
    The annual report put out in January 2016 by Home Innovation Research Labs entitled NGBS Green: A Better Place to Call Home shows these maps of the top ten states for green certification in 2015. The "Great State of South Carolina," as...
  • How to tap maple trees for maple syrup
    How to tap maple trees for maple syrup
    Late winter is the time to tap your maple trees to make your own delicious maple syrup. While the process seems intimidating, it is actually remarkably easy. All you need is some basic information, some basic equipment and time.Maple trees should...
  • Harry Potter Series
    Harry Potter series to continue in newly announced book
    J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” books spawned a multibillion dollar franchise that includes the film series, amusement park rides, adult coloring books and a stage play. The popularity of this franchise has not dwindled much, even...
  • Supreme Court puts EPA carbon rule for existing power plants on hold
    Supreme Court puts President Obama’s Clean Power Plan on hold
    On Tuesday, the Supreme Court took the unusual step of staying President Obama’s Clean Power Plan until the D.C. Circuit decides the legality of the rule (Law360/2/9/16). The high court action marks another round in the contentious legal...
  • World has enough water but not in all places
    World has enough water but not in all places
    Only one percent of the world's water is readily available for use. That should be enough to supply the population except that it is not in all global locations. Several solutions are being tested for getting water to the places where it is...
  • Explore new green technologies at GlobalCon 2016
    Explore new green technologies at GlobalCon 2016
    Looking to network with your green business peers, explore new technologies, exhibit your products and services, or expand your knowledge of fast-moving developments in the energy field? Then you should consider attending GlobalCon 2016 scheduled...
  • The lobby of Stanford Court, a green hotel on San Francisco's Nob Hill
    Sustainable travel: San Francisco's Stanford Court
    New Englanders looking for a sustainable travel destination should consider San Francisco. While yes, the carbon footprint of the flight is great, you can offset that; and if you're lucky, you'll fly the eco-friendly and fun Virgin America...
  • Studio Lola Bridges the Gap Between Luxury and Eco-friendly
    Studio Lola Bridges the Gap Between Luxury and Eco-friendly
    Many times when people think of eco-friendly, they don’t think luxury. The Studio Lola collection breaks that barrier offering handmade pillows made of organic cotton and natural wood buttons with beautiful and unique graphics. Designer,...
  • Dandelions
    Healthy and healing backyard weeds
    Most of us curse the many weeds that pop up on our lawns and in our backyards.Did you know that some of these pesky plants can be beneficial to our health? Several can be used to make tasty soups and teas, They are usually high in vitamins and...
  • Nurse's union that fought mandatory flu vaccines endorses Bernie Sanders
    Nurse's union that fought mandatory flu vaccines endorses Bernie Sanders
    National Nurses United, the country's largest nurse's union, has officially endorsed Bernie Sanders for president. The organization, which was founded in 2009, is the largest union and professional association of registered nurses in U.S....
  • Listen and weep for the last O'o bird
    Listen and weep for the last O'o bird
    Watch the video of the recorded last male Hawaiian O'o bird singing for his mate who does not answer. It is heartbreaking to listen to such a sweet song that will never be heard again in the wild! The last female was gone then and the recorded...
  • Struck By Cupid? Seven Valentine’s Day Golf-Dating Tips To Woo Your Special One
    Struck by cupid? Seven Valentine’s Day golf-dating tips to woo your special one
    The New Year has rolled into the second month, which means that the most romantic day on the calendar is just a couple of weeks away. If you want to celebrate the Valentine’s Day in style with your date, but are yet to find out a truly...
  • Unique and New Eco-Friendly Products from the Winter LAMKT Trade Show
    Unique and New Eco-Friendly Products from the Winter LAMKT Trade Show
    This year’s winter LAMKT trade show (formerly the California Gift Show), held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, featured several unique and new products that are earth friendly and make wonderful gift ideas or personal purchases. LAMKT...
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