We've discussed the issue of population control before on Treehugger, but every now and then a turn of events makes it necessary to drag it all out again. Jonathon Porritt, former chairman of the Green party, and the heart
No more peanut butter and bacon sandwiches!
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Consumers Union, the publisher of Consumer Reports, has released a report stating that tainted peanut butter products may have been avoided if the FDA had a quicker reaction rate
So you were the first one of your friends to get an Obama button, and you wore it proudly. But then your friend put up a yard sign. Naturally, you bought yourself a t-shirt, not to be outdone. Then your friend got an Obama tote
The Green Inaugural Ball, presented by Planet Green, is kicking off on January 17th, and there's a special musical treat for event attendees. We're very excited that one of our Top 5 Buzzworthy Green Musicians was selected to play at the Ball!
Some of the top scientists in the US are taking their New Year's resolutions extra-seriously this year—it is, after all a year when we could see both some revolutionary pro-science political change and some
Hopes are high for an Obama-led climate strategy, but when it comes to true details there are still more questions than answers. Andrew C. Revkin has stationed himself at the intersection of science, technology, and policy for two decades, watching
At the end of every election, there is always a leftover pile of buttons, signs, banners, broken and elated hearts. This year was no different than any other, and while many states had recycle programs to help clean-up the
350.org: Obama Commits the U.S. to Climate Action! by May
"We did it! We've all been working hard to urge the next U.S. President to re-enage the United States with the rest of the world. 50,000 of you have sent invitations urging the President-elect to
After Election Day yielded a brand new (allegedly) environmentally progressive president-elect, the green-mined media and blogosphere predictably spawned a deluge of To-Do and Should-Do lists for the new head of state-to-be.
After Obama takes office next January, it may be a good long while before he's able to implement some of his broader environmental plans—there is a tanking economy, a couple wars, and an increasingly testy Russia
DeSmog Blog: Canada to seek climate change deal with President-elect Obama by Kevin Grandia
"One day after the United States voted Barack Obama as their next president, Canadian government officials are saying that the time is ripe for a continent-wide
In his acceptance speech (video across the fold), Barack Obama promised his daughters, Malia and Sasha, a new puppy. Obama touched hearts across America and the world when he told the precious first progeny: "I love you both more
While some important political, racial, and environmental red tape may have been broken in this election, this latest battle between red and blue was anything but green when it comes to the waste created by campaign entourages swinging through up to 7
If you're anything like me, you're both thrilled and relieved that the 2008 presidential elections will actually be happening tomorrow, and on Wednesday we will finally (barring technical, judicial malfunctions...fingers crossed) be able to, as
In a recent National Public Radio interview, Michael Pollan talks about how he was approached by a Democratic party staffer about his New York Times article, Farmer in Chief. The article is an open letter to the next