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Live Earth Short Films Start To Sneak Online

by Michael dEstries

While a large portion of the Live Earth short films were screened last weekend at the LA Film Festival, we’re also starting to see a couple hit online. Officially, this

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Big Eco-Friendly Bags for Fall 2007

by Michael dEstries

This post comes to us from our latest contributor, Erin Burt. Erin is hip to green fashion and will be sharing some of her stylish observations with us in coming

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Laura Bush’s African Tour

by stefani

First Lady Laura Bush has been on a four-nation tour of Africa this week, pledging money and aid to HIV/AIDS and other disease and poverty stricken areas. While pledging an

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The Thorpedo Sets His Sights On Climate Change Action

by Michael dEstries

Australian Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe — aka, The ‘Thorpedo’ — is entering early retirement by channeling his energy into helping people understand the dangers of climate change. In a new

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Woody Harrelson Eats Raw & Local. (Yay!) When Will More Celebs Become 100-Milers?

by Rebecca Carter

Food is such a big part of our lives and a huge piece of the environment puzzle – yet we should probably spend a little more time thinking about it

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Hilton’s Garbage Is Gold For Organic Dog Food Producer

by Michael dEstries

Yes, Paris Hilton is everywhere — and yes, we’re sick of it too. It’s gotten so bad that some networks are refusing to talk about her release from jail altogether.

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Queen Latifa’s Arctic Tale Film Gets Starbucks Green Tie-In

by Michael dEstries

Starbucks is continuing to push forward the discussion on climate change by getting behind a new film narrated by Queen Latifa titled Arctic Tale. The coffee-maker, both despised and loved

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