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Light (gets in) Table by William Stranger

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Clean-lined table crafted from salvaged walnut wood $3,200.00

Pasadena-based artist/designer William Stranger makes unique pieces from salvaged walnut wood -- landfill-bound urban trees that have been downed by development, storm or disease. Stranger’s Light (gets in) Table is a finely-crafted piece of furniture constructed from a fallen Bay Area tree. ...read more

Tree Cutting = Fewer Fish

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Deforestation can cause a diminished fish supply

We know that the loss of forests isn’t just a problem for the creatures that call woodlands home — it’s also a major contributor to global warming. And it doesn’t stop there: deforestation, a new study finds, may also be causing fish to starve. Destroy one thing, and it can have all sorts of unforeseen consequences. The environment is just crazy like......read more

Cutting Board Oil

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Give your wooden kitchenware a massage with this mineral oil from Blackcreek Mercantile $35.00

Cutting boards take a lot of abuse. And while they may be tough, they deserve a good caressing on occasion. Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. has just the solution in the form of this Cutting Board Oil. Made from a special mix of white mineral oil, cold pressed oils and bee propolis, the oil works for all wooden kitchen items such as cutting boards and wooden spoons. The oil helps wood......read more

Footed Platte by Gray Works

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Rustic cutting board/serving tray made from salvaged cherry wood $85.00

From their workshop in Woodstock, N.Y., Gray Works crafts handsome homewares from sustainable and salvaged woods, each lovingly hand rubbed in organic olive oil. Their rose-red cherry wood Footed Platte makes the easy transition from kitchen to table, operating doubly as a rustic serving platter and an excellent cutting board. Personalize it with a wood engraving to make a unique gift for that......read more

In Australia, Wind Power is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels

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Wind energy prices undercutting coal and natural gas, according to Bloomberg report

The argument that fossil fuels are cheaper than renewable sources of energy has long been used to hold back the shift to clean power. But that's increasingly not the case. A new report about the Australian energy industry provides solid evidence that renewable energy can increasingly compete on cost with fossil fuels. The Bloomberg New Energy Finance report reveals that unsubsidized wind farms......read more

Chop Chop Cutting Board

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Made from locally reclaimed hardwood. $250.00

Chop chop! It's time you got yourself something nice to cut food on, and Dylan Gold's designer cutting boards are just the answer. As the man himself says, "cooking and eating well are artistic pursuits that demand artistic tools." Available in locally reclaimed hardwoods like maple and walnut, as well as bamboo....read more

AHeirloom State Cutting Boards

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Show some local pride with a state-shaped, bamboo cutting board. $38.00

These great state-shaped cutting boards come complete with custom star or heart engraved over your hometown. Made in Brooklyn by husband-and-wife creative duo AHeirloom, the extensive collection is CNC-milled and made from rapidly renewable Plyboo (an FSC-certified brand of bamboo plywood). There are plenty of states to choose from, check out their Etsy shop to see if your home state is......read more

3 Ideas for Stimulating Green Growth

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Why cutting carbon emissions is good for the economy

With the new year underway, we are at a crossroads. While the world economy doggedly refuses to turn around, global warming continues to accelerate, posing increasing threats to vulnerable communities. Many, like our friendly Republican presidential candidates, argue that dealing with climate change in the midst of an economic crisis will hinder recovery efforts. The truth, as Manish Bapna......read more

EPA Fights Back

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Agency accused of cutting corners on climate change findings

The Obama Administration responded with strong words Wednesday to a Republican-initiated report claiming that the agency should have sought outside scientific review on the human impacts of climate change. The report out of the Office of the Inspector General charged that the Environmental Protection Agency cut corners in concluding that greenhouse gases pose a threat to......read more

My Emissions Exchange

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Online carbon trading community pays users cash for cutting emissions.

When the Wilsons, a typical family living in Harrisburg, PA received a notice in the mail that their energy rates would be jumping up 30% (or more) in 2010 they got good and mad... and then they installed solar panels. Their install costs were $56,000, $36,000 of which was paid for by a federal tax credit combined with a hefty State rebate. The remaining $20,000 they had to finance on their own,......read more

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