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Freecycle Your Junk

Freecycle Your Junk

Many things that end up on the curb each week aren't thrown out because they're broken or even obsolete — they're just not useful to their owner anymore and they take up too much space. Five years ago, a man by the name of Deron Beal set out to make us think twice about the value of the stuff we no longer use, through a network of community message boards called Freecycle.

April 21, 2008

New SimCity Release Encourages Eco-Planning

New SimCity Release Encourages Eco-Planning

The latest release in the SimCity franchises offers a new challenge for the Robert Moses wannabes of the world: climate change. One of the primary areas players must now focus on is how their cities can grow economically while curbing emissions.

November 18, 2007

Earth Moment Buys Carbon Credits With Every Sale

Earth Moment Buys Carbon Credits With Every Sale

Ethical shopping is usually more about which products you buy than where you buy them, but EarthMoment.com hopes that the carbon credits it donates with every purchase will be enough to make you want to do your holiday shopping with them.

October 29, 2007

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