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Big Oil Changes its Tune: Climate is Warming, But We'll Adapt

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ExxonMobil’s CEO acknowledged that global temperatures are rising due to increased CO2 emissions, but said that it’s an engineering problem with an engineering solution.In the face of incontrovertible

Heard It on the Grapevine: Prolific Gossipers Aren't Well Liked

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A Baltimore University study suggests that prolific gossipers are liked less than those who don’t gossip. And negative gossipers are seen as less socially powerful.Gossip is a staple of our culture. E

What's Going Through the Mind of the Olympic Athlete?

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Not only do Olympic athletes hone their bodies into high-performance engines. They also pay close attention to how they channel their thoughts.Have you ever wondered what’s going through the mind of a

Now You See Them … Now You Don't

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A strange fungus called white nose syndrome is wiping out little brown bat colonies across North America. The declining bat population has serious consequences for humans.The mysterious, nocturnal hab

It's Eat Outside Day!

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What better way is there to celebrate the last bit of summer before the kids head back to school than with a healthy, green picnic?Today, August 31, is Eat Outside Day! And what better way is there to

EWG's Cleaners Database Now Online

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It’s the day we’ve been waiting for: the Environmental Working Group has published their home cleaners database online.Last month we reported that the much-loved Environmental Working Group (EWG) (cre

An Arachniphobe's Nightmare: Invasive Species Results in Spider Explosion

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A cautionary tale from the island of Guam involves an introduced snake decimating bird populations that prey on spiders. The result: a spider heaven.The loss of forest birds and some lizards on the Pa

Nature's Path Puts Compassion Into Action

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Nature’s Path encourages us to eat well and do good with their Compassion Into Action Campaign.At alive, we love stories about passionate people and companies setting out to a make a difference, and t

How Do We Feed the World's Hungry? By Reducing Food Loss,...

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Could reducing food loss feed the 870 million hungry people around the world?In a recent Finnish study that can be viewed as both hopeful as well as saddening, researchers estimate that just by reduci

Keeping Up With the Jones' in Building a Bright and Sustainable...

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What could spur investment in sustainable energy? Researchers look at the effects of peer pressure in installing solar panels.Would you be more likely to install solar panels on your home if everyone
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