Editors' Blog

Green Living editors dish on the latest trends and happenings in sustainability.

LIFE IN 2050 Part 4 of 7: Battling the Spread of AIDS

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

LIFE IN 2050 Part 3 of 7: Using Knowledge to Save Our Seas

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

LIFE IN 2050 Part 2 of 7: Discreet Technology Transforms Cities

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

LIFE IN 2050 Part 1 of 7: Faster, More Urban, More Diverse

Big Think Releases LIFE IN 2050 For Smithsonian's 40th Anniversary

Life-sized polar bear carved from 10 tonne block of ice inspires action on climate change

The G20 Summit has brought about some interesting stories over the last few days, few having to do with what went on and most having to do with the protesting.

The Greenest Roommate

At the end of May (on the 26th to be exact) we let you know about a competition going on in the U.S.

Have you heard of FUN Camps?

With summer officially starting, many kids are getting excited for their 2 months of summer vacation.

Green Ride to Ontario Parks

Love camping but no car? No problem: Bus service drops you off at Algonquin Park

Conversations from Penn State: Annie Leonard and The Story of Stuff

About a week ago, we shared with you a video from Annie Leonard called The Story of Stuff: Bottled Water. Well recently Annie Leonard was recently part of a WPSU-TV program called Conversations from Penn State.

Teaching Green Technologies a Walk in the Park

Being "green" means being in the know about what new technologies are out there when it comes to greening any aspect of your life. Especially your home life. More and more of "green" tech  is being taught in schools, but hands on is sometimes the best way to learn, for all of us.

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