Tag: No Impact Man

Without a Plan, Trying to Change the World (Review of ‘No Impact Man’)

Written by | December 8th, 2009

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I started reading the book No Impact Man without any expectations that I would like it. Probably because I thought that writers-turned-bloggers who conduct year-long experiments — whether it be “going green” or cooking all of Julia Child’s recipes — were just looking for the quickest route to book or movie deals (jealous, much?). But […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, Jan. 30

Written by | January 30th, 2009

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OK, so where did that month go? All we have is this moment, my friends — and its green news of weird sustainable houses, fertilizing the ocean with iron, and green alternatives to the iFart. Read on, and seize the day: There’s the Beef: Cattle ranching is responsible for nearly 80 percent of the Amazon’s […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, Jan. 23

Written by | January 23rd, 2009

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Some days, it’s all dewy and green on the Internet. But from black clouds to lost salmon to dying trees…read below to find out why today is not one of those days: A Moment of Silence, Please: Tree mortality has doubled in the Pacific Northwest of the United States — in just 17 years. Unbelievable: […]

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