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April 14, 2008 @ Whole Story
While we like to celebrate Earth Day every day, the official day actually falls on April 22. Throughout April, check out our weekly podcasts focusing on things each of us can do to help the planet. Find out how easy it is to do your part.
April 12, 2008 @ Whole Story
While we like to celebrate Earth Day every day, the official day actually falls on April 22. Throughout April, check out our weekly podcasts focusing on things each of us can do to help the planet. Find out how easy it is to do your part.
April 11, 2008 @ Whole Story
Since this is Earth Month, and it happens to be spring, why not combine the two by doing your spring cleaning the green way. How do you clean yourself and your house without using harsh chemicals? Send us your tips for green cleaning or tell us about your favorite commercial green cleaning products.
April 4, 2008 @ Whole Story
The Alliance for Climate Protection — a nonprofit, nonpartisan effort founded by Nobel laureate and former Vice President Al Gore — has launched the We Campaign, an effort to halt global warming. Please go to the We Campaign site to learn more and speak up for solutions. Together, we can solve it.
April 2, 2008 @ Whole Story
Alternative fuels such as ethanol seem to be causing more problems than they solve. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were fuels that could be produced anywhere and didn’t compete with food crops for land? Algae could be one. Check out this report from ENN and let us know what you think.
April 1, 2008 @ Whole Story
While we like to celebrate Earth Day every day, the official day actually falls on April 22. Throughout April, check out our weekly podcasts focusing on things each of us can do to help the planet. Find out how easy it is to do your part.
April 1, 2008 @ Whole Story
April 22nd will mark the 38th annual observance of Earth Day. This celebration to honor the planet has grown to include the entire month of April, and this year we observed an Earth Hour on March 29th. In some parts of the world, this spirit of concern for Mother Earth has accomplished much since 1970: recycling is more common, rivers and landfills are being cleaned up and our youth are being educated in greenness, as these videos testify.
March 31, 2008 @ Whole Story
This article provides excellent reporting on ethanol and how it is leading to the destruction of vast amounts of the Amazon. Sample: "The grain it takes to fill an SUV tank with ethanol could feed a person for a year." Check out The Clean Energy Scam and share your thoughts on what we should and shouldn't do about this dilemma.
March 27, 2008 @ Whole Story
Ever eaten spaghetti and meatballs on a stick? How about cheesecake on a stick? Tune in to hear more about Something on a Stick Day, a celebration of this unusual cuisine.
March 17, 2008 @ Whole Story
This Saturday, March 22, is World Water Day, a day of awareness about the people who do not have the luxury of safe drinking water. Most of us think that such a problem can only happen in underdeveloped countries, but the recent news about pharmaceuticals in municipal drinking water in the U.S. and Europe brings the problem to your kitchen faucet.
March 17, 2008 @ Whole Story
The Easter Bunny is on her way and we have all the eggformation you need to make her visit a safe, nutritious and joyful one. Tune in for info on egg preparation, natural egg dyes and different ways to eat all those extra eggs!
March 14, 2008 @ Whole Story
How do you bring people out of poverty without taking away their dignity? Tune in to hear what the Whole Planet Foundation and a Nobel prize-winning banker are doing to help the poor help themselves.
March 12, 2008 @ Whole Story
Those nasty plastic containers. Because it’s so difficult to avoid them completely, we should be aware of the different types out there and their potential for harm. Grist, the Green Guide and the Sierra Club are good places to start seeking information on how to avoid the worst of them. As Francis Bacon once said, knowledge is power.

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