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This Week in Eco News - December 19, 2014

With the holidays upon us, we're thinking about the gifts that the planet has been getting. The biggest this week: New York's ban on fracking - plus, a Tofurkey plant built to Platinum LEED standards and a new plan to save Louisiana's wetlands. Merry Eco News, indeed!

This Week in Eco News - December 12, 2014

In order to find solutions, first we have to uncover problems, right? It's been a rough couple of weeks in current events, and this week's EcoNews features some scary revelations and poor predictions regarding antibiotic resistant infections and our ocean water quality. But now that we know, we can pursue solutions. Chin up!

This Week in Eco News - December 5, 2014

We've all had one: that sustainable aha! moment when we realize we can help change the planet for the better. From a Perdue chicken farmer opening his barn doors on inhumane treatment to realizing how much dirty water the oil and gas industry make, here's plenty of aha! moments waiting to happen.

Our Fun, Sustainably Themed Holiday Gift Guide

If you're looking for fun multimedia gifts (and treats!) to share with your nearest and dearest this holiday season, have we got some picks for YOU. At a variety of price points, available online, in kitchens or on bookshelves, here's a few of our newest favorite ways to spread the enviro-themed merry!

Our Heroes: Judi Shils and Erin Schrode, Teens Turning Green

Judi Shils and Erin Schrode are the mother-daughter dynamos behind Teens Turning Green, which has helped thousands of high school and college/university students around the world organize around sustainability issues. TTG's marquis project is the "Project Green Challenge", a 30-day event each October that inspires participants and spreads the word about eco-consciousness.

This Week in Eco News - November 21, 2014

With Thanksgiving coming up, we focus on what we're the most thankful for: the people in the food, water and energy fields helping us do better by the planet. From people teaching folks about the ills of the Keystone pipeline to the millions of people warning the EU about GMOs, this week we celebrate the people who speak out!

Get to Work! Jobs in Energy Sustainability

If you are looking for a 'Green Job' in energy, we've got good news: energy is a vital part of the American economy and clean energy continues to grow nationwide. If you are into powering the future while reducing pollution, perhaps a career in clean energy or sustainability is a good fit for you!

This Week in Eco News - November 14, 2014

This week in honor of Veterans' Day we saluted veterans working in energy, water and food. Some of the week's biggest stories included the US/China climate accords, a call for a national food policy and the American solar boom. Check out your fall favorites at the farmers' market this weekend - we bet fresh, hot cider awaits!

Our Heroes: Katharine Hayhoe

Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist whom we first came to know after she appeared in the Emmy-winning climate doc Years of Living Dangerously. Her scientific know-how and engaging demeanor make for a winning combo as she reaches out to faith-based communities who haven't always been a part of the environmental movement.

This Week in Eco News - November 7, 2014

Here's some good news this week: consumer demand for antibiotic-free meats is growing and climate-minded planning in Sandy's aftermath could help protect homes and cities in the future. We're talking resilience this week in Eco News!

This Week in Eco News - October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween! Check out a truly amazing array of sculptures featuring carved fruits and vegetables - and, appropriately for a day in costume, a hilarious video with the voice of "coal" featuring PBS's star painter Bob Ross!

Campaigning for US Infrastructure: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Vice President Joe Biden (in)famously said that New York's LaGuardia Airport is in shambles. Imagine then the decrepit state of the less seen US infrastructure like the electrical grid, food distribution networks or clean water systems? Is it time for voters to make infrastructure a priority?

This Week in Eco News - October 24, 2014

With Food Day on Friday, October 24th, this week there's a lot to say about food, especially when it comes to the the food, water and energy nexus. Whether it's algal blooms, wells running dry or falling gas prices, in this edition we can't talk about water or energy without mentioning agriculture.

Tuna and Mercury on the Radio

GRACE's Peter Hanlon spoke with Thom Hartmann on his radio program about our recent blog post on the FDA's new fish and mercury consumption guidance, Consumer Reports' advice on the issue and how mercury gets into fish in the first place.

This Week in Eco News - October 17, 2014

Will oil producers drill themselves into oblivion? #TurnipForWhat? How much water do we need to make wine in California? Let's ponder these and other questions in this week's food, water and energy Eco News!

Fossil Fuel Export Folly

The Obama Administration's ramp-up of fossil fuel exports is at odds with its push for a global climate deal. It also presents a real threat to our already strained water resources. Here's a sustainable solution: Integrated energy-water-climate policies that drive low-carbon, low-water technologies and initiatives.

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