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Growing Up Green: Confessions of a Life-Long Recycler

Growing up with an environmentally conscious mother was tough, but looking back I’m thankful. I’ve never had to consciously change my behaviors to become greener; they were simply instilled in me from birth.

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Makeup Even Your Mother (Earth) Would Approve

Makeup composed of natural ingredients and packaging isn’t just good for the environment – it’s also good for you! Here are some of the most popular natural makeup brands on the market today.

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Get eco-friendly. Buy the products.

Using green products in day-to-day life is one of the small changes you can adapt to in an attempt to make a difference.

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Treehugger Revolution Evolution

Sure, today’s treehuggers are contributors to the popular sustainability blog or participants in a massive international Environmental art project. But where did they come from?

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Environmental Faux Pas That Really Get Your Goat

I’m sorry do you REALLY need all those napkins? What exactly are you compensating for with that tank of an SUV. OMG, you did NOT just throw your empty Starbucks cup out the window.
… OK, now go ahead and tell us about the environmental faux pas that really get your goat.

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How To: Score Deals on Organic Food

According to Whole Foods, “Nearly one-third of the U.S. population has recently purchased an organically grown food product, and sales are expected to more than double in the next four years — making organic one of the hottest growth trends … Continued

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America’s Best & Worst Green Cities

America the Beautiful has a long way to go before becoming BFFs with Mother Nature. Here is a list of the good, the bad, and the grimy.

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Gardening on walls… What?

Lush, vertical gardens, also known as living walls, are sprouting up in cities around the world. An artistic take on an old idea, living walls are Generation Y’s version of the rooftop garden!

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TNGG Green Week

This week, TNGG will dive headfirst into the eco friendly, talking about green workplaces, urban roofgardens, recycling, the role the U.S. should play in the international community, just what it means to have “green” sex, and much more.