Big step toward energy-efficient buildings

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Here's another update from the Energy Coordinating Agency on trends in energy efficiency in Philly. Last year Philadelphia adopted a city... Read more

Plug in to the planet?

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While new technologies and eco-solutions are being generated every minute, you might think some products are beyond rethinking. A pencil. An... Read more

Mosquito lantern may be a bright idea for rainy summer

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What with all the rain this summer, you can bet it's been a bonanza for mosquitoes. And for those of us who have even the tiniest patio outside... Read more

The Art and Science of Rain Barrels

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Here's another update from the Energy Coordinating Agency, this time bringing you more information than you thought you needed about rain barrels... Read more

Earth to Philly Earth Day Interview: Frances Moore Lappe

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Frances Moore Lappe kicked off a whole subgenre of ecolocgy literature with her beststilling Diet for a Small Planet in 1971. The book challenged... Read more

For Earth Day: Solar on the go

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Mobile, mobile, mobile. Whatever it is, gotta have it on the go, and that includes solar energy. Especially on Earth Day. So the Juicebar... Read more

Phillies' solar farm team

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NOTE: Cross-posted from Jonathan Takiff's Gizmo Guy. Go-green initiatives from the Philadelphia Phillies and Drexel University (what, no... Read more

Bee here now

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The greener portions of the Web were abuzz this morning with the 'conversion' of UK environmentalist Mark Lynas from anti- to pro-GMO campaigner... Read more