Environment

Bette Midler Doesn’t Own Any Plastic in Her Home

by Brianne Hogan

She may have played many a diva on the big screen and stage, but Bette Midler is actually pretty frugal at home. “The First Wives Club” star is a firm

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Ian Somerhalder Supports Anti-Fracking Movement

by Brianne Hogan

Actor and activist, Ian Somerhalder, is criticizing a proposal to set up a fracking well in St. Tammany in his native state of Louisiana. Somerhalder, who’s originally from Covington, Louisiana, attended attended

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Poland Rejects UN’s Zero Carbon Emission Proposal

by Natalia Lima

Poland is leading the bandwagon for a number of eastern European countries to shut down a United Nations target to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2100. On Sunday, the

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Suzy Amis Cameron to Design Vegan Clothing, Shoe Line

by Natalia Lima

As award season 2015 rapidly approaches, Suzy Amis Cameron is working on a vegan shoe line and clothing collection that will make the red carpet more environmentally friendly. James Cameron’s

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Masterpiece Sold for $65 Million to Help Environmental Causes

by Natalia Lima

A French masterpiece has been sold for a record breaking price at auction and the money will benefit the environment and other public health causes. Edouard Manet’s ‘Spring’, or in

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Threatened American Chestnut May be Saved by Genetic Engineering

by Megan Thompson

After decades of humankind exploiting the world’s forests, it looks like our technology may finally have something to offer in return. 25 years after beginning their research, two professors at

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Mike Farrell Stars in New California Play About Global Warming

by Brianne Hogan

Actor Mike Farrell, best known for his role as Dr. B.J. Hunnicutt on the hit medical dramedy, “M*A*S*H,” is starring in a new one-man show about the scientist who first brought

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