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This Week in Eco News - August 28, 2015

As you know, all of the Earth's resources are linked in a massive, complex web that proves time and again to be more interwoven than we can imagine. Often times the Eco News stories we collect are about humanity creating problems by not considering the broader effects of our actions and also about finding solutions when we look at the big picture. This week's Eco News is no different!

This Week in Eco News - August 21, 2015

Sometimes it takes good research to open the public's eyes. For instance, new reports just put a growth-promoting drug given to hogs into the spotlight. And when the public heard about how unhealthy school lunches were, the standards were updated - updates new research says is supported by a majority of Americans. This week's Eco News has these stories and more!

Energy Blogs We Love

Cleaning up our energy supply is a team effort. There are many groups working on increasing access to solar energy, improving building performance and enhancing policy. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite blogs that are talking about - and working on - these endeavors.

This Week in Eco News - August 14, 2015

On top of the interesting news we've collected for this week's Eco News, we included stories about exciting solutions to big problems facing the environment; for instance, we found stories about agrihoods, undamming rivers and reducing the costs of renewable energy. Check these out and get inspired!

This Week in Eco News - August 7, 2015

Systemic problems demand systemic changes. That's why the Clean Power Plan excites many environmentalists who see the terrible impacts of our rampant fossil fuel use. This week's Eco News features stories about facets of the historic plan - plus a pack of handpicked stories about big issues in the food and water sectors.

Saying Goodbye to Jon Stewart (Sniff, Sniff)

Like millions of Americans, we cried ourselves to sleep last night over Jon Stewart's departure from the Daily Show. We've rounded up a few of our favorite Daily Show clips that deal with food, water and energy issues. Goodbye Jon - thanks for the laughs. (Tear)

The Clean Power Plan Has Arrived

After years of planning, the Obama administration has released the final rules for a climate change plan that aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and transform the electric industry.

This Week in Eco News - July 31, 2015

This week's Eco News has stories of how bans, incentives and laws can set the stage for how the world's people impact the environment. Government initiatives - or the lack thereof - do have a big impact on the environment. See stories about this and more!

This Week in Eco News - July 24, 2015

This week, we're thinking about the impacts - both positive and negative - of technology. From trains spilling oil to drones uncovering factory farm pollution, it's a lot to make sense of. Eco News is here to help.

This Week in Eco News - July 17, 2015

A big part of sustainability includes protecting the Earth's creatures and habitats. On top of other Eco News, this week we bring you stories from the food, water and energy sectors about protecting the natural world - from bees, to the marshes of Iraq, to a desert island's unique dwellers.

Chill Out! Keeping Cool at Home with Energy Efficiency in Mind

Fans, air conditioners, sitting in the shade - there are lots of ways to stay cool on hot days. Many options for cooling, like air conditioning, require energy. Let's take a closer look at air conditioning, its efficiency and a few alternative cooling options.

This Week in Eco News - July 10, 2015

Sometimes it's the little things we do that make the biggest impact - especially when they inspire others. In this week's EcoNews, many of the stories we found are about just that: a food pantry brings produce to low-income people, a tweak in wording helps Californians save water and it's now easier for under-served communities to get solar. See these stories plus more!

This Week in Eco News - July 3, 2015

This week's EcoNews features some specific - and innovative - solutions to pressing ecological issues, from a dramatic rise in food stamp dollars spent at farmers' markets to the biggest passive energy building in the world. Learn about these amazing efforts towards positive change, and more!

This Week in Eco News - June 26, 2015

On top of all the big EcoNews we've gathered for you this week, we're very excited to announce the launch of the new Eat Well Guide! Use it to search over 25,000 hand-picked restaurants, farms, markets and other sources of local, sustainable food!

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