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This Week in Eco News - January 30, 2015

We're highlighting the big revelations that broke this snowy week: from the details of Obama's offshore drilling plan, to a report on the cause of water pollution in aquifers, to uncovering a US meat lab's cruelty towards animals. Get ready to have your eyes opened!

Have a Super Green Big Game Party!

It's Super Bowl time again, sports fans! This year, we have a new goal: make our Super Bowl parties the greenest they've ever been. Here are a few ideas to mull as the big day approaches - whether you're a diehard Seattle Seahawks OR New England Patriots fan.

How to Green Your Workout

Did you make a new year's resolution to work out more? Here are some easy ways to reduce the environmental impact of your new exercise routine!

This Week in Eco News - January 23, 2015

Big news this week: New York City will consider a resolution to bring the city onboard with Meatless Monday; at the State of the Union, President Obama asserted the need for US leadership on climate change. Meanwhile, a city in Montana is trying to clean up after an oil spill in the Yellowstone River.

This Week in Eco News - January 16, 2015

This week, the EPA proposed that some more stringent regulations for chemical dispersants be used - good news for our wildlife and waters. Meanwhile, Vermont's GMO labeling laws are being tested in the courts and there's a lawsuit being filed to better protect Des Moines' water supply. Here's hoping these decisions all help our food, water and energy systems.

On Keystone and Fracking: What's Powering the New Year

2014 wrapped up with generally bad news - for the oil and gas industry! The Keystone XL pipeline remains a pipedream, oil prices have dropped and New York officially banned fracking. Let's take a look at each of these issues and see how things may play out in 2015.

This Week in Eco News - January 9, 2015

The beginning of January is the perfect time to reflect on what we can learn from our past to benefit our future. While putting together this week's EcoNews, our team found articles recapping the biggest news of 2014 and what we'll bring into 2015. Enjoy!

Looking Forward: Our Predictions for 2015

As we settle into the new year - and the 114th Congress begins its term - here are some of our picks for stories to watch, from GMOs and food labeling to food waste to proposed water rules. Not to mention Law and Order: Power Plants!

This Week in Eco News - Top Ecocentric Posts in 2014

Happy New Year! In lieu of our usual Eco News roundup, we're sharing some of our top blog posts of 2014, from our hit Real Food Right Now series to composting tips to reviews of some of the biggest enviro-themed TV and videos of the past year.

2014 Year in Review

In 2014, food, water and energy news ran the gamut from frightening to inspiring. We saw coal ash spills, toxic algae and the ongoing California drought. Yet on a brighter note, advocates organized for better labor practices along the food chain, protested the Keystone XL pipeline and rallied massive crowds for successful climate marches.

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!

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