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Plastic Finds a Second Life and Skirts the Dump

WHAT do brushing your teeth and recycling plastic have in common?
More than you might think.
Recycline, a company founded here in 1996, transforms recycled plastic into [...]

Katie Zezima (The New York Times | May 21, 2008)

Ice Dwellers Are Finding Less Ice to Dwell On

Nobody knows how many walruses the world holds. Recent surveys by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and others put the number at roughly [...]

Natalie Angier (The New York Times | May 20, 2008)

Tokyoites least eco-minded of rich city dwellers: poll

Japan may be at the cutting edge of green technologies, but its capital has the least environmentally conscious residents of eight of the world’s richest [...]

AFP (Agence France Press | May 20, 2008)

Recycling options lag the compact fluorescent push

It’s a message being drummed into the heads of homeowners everywhere: Swap out those incandescent lights with longer-lasting compact fluorescent bulbs and cut your electric [...]

Marc Levy (Associated Press | May 18, 2008)

Malibu to ban plastic bags

An ordinance unanimously adopted by Malibu’s City Council this week will soon make plastic bags a thing of the past among its 13,000 residents and [...]

Tami Abdollah (Los Angeles Times | May 16, 2008)

Phils unveil new strategy: Green power

The Phillies players all wore green hats last night. Whether it did anything to help their game, no one will know.
But it was a sign [...]

Sandy Bauers (Philadelphia Inquirer | May 15, 2008)

The Promise of Green Paint

When it comes to building, renovating and maintaining a home, paint is a little like milk: it’s a staple, a basic ingredient. And much like [...]

Sarah Kershaw (The New York Times | May 15, 2008)

The Greenback Effect

Since I spend most of my time haplessly battling global warming, I encounter a fair number of climate-change skeptics. They’re usually clutching some tattered study [...]

Bill McKibben (Mother Jones | May 14, 2008)

US lists polar bear as threatened species

The Interior Department declared the polar bear a threatened species Wednesday because of the loss of Arctic sea ice but also cautioned the decision should [...]

H. Josef Hebert (Associated Press | May 14, 2008)

Recycle To Save Energy–The Sooner The Better

Recycling rates in the U.S. are low and getting lower. The U.S., by far the world’s biggest consumer of aluminum cans, lags behind other industrialized [...]

Greg Wittbecker ( | May 14, 2008)