Environment

Moby Schools The New Yorker on Climate Change

by Natalia Galbetti

Moby, a knowledgeable activist and vegan, called out one of the most famous magazines in the world when they failed to provide all the facts in a recent article.

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Jack Johnson’s 2014 Tour Inspires Green Living

by Liane Abbey

Jack Johnson‘s 2014 North American “From Here To Now To You” Tour focuses on environmental sustainability by incorporating fan participation. The tour that begins May 16 at the Hangout Music

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Search for Flight 370 Reveals Terrible Pollution Problem

by Lindsey Little

Five weeks into the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, what has become clear is the staggering amount of trash in the Indian Ocean.

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Watch Disneynature’s ‘Bears’ And Help Save National Parks

by Natalia Galbetti

Disneynature’s new movie ‘Bears’ is the latest to document the lives of animals in the wild and to help protect their environment.

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‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ wins EMA for Outstanding Sustainability

by Liane Abbey

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ showcases some of Spidey’s newest superpowers: sustainability and an eco-friendly lifestyle. The efforts put forth on the set of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ (Starring Andrew Garfield,

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The Economic Buzz on European Bumblebee Extinction

by Liane Abbey

A recent study shows that 24 per cent of European bumblebee species may face possible extinction. The study, conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), showed disturbing

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New Cookbook Features Celeb Recipes to Help Save the Planet

by Natalia Galbetti

They say you are what you eat and a new cookbook is saying the Earth is actually what you eat as well. Young environmentalist and high school student Emily Abrams

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