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Issue 10

Going Green: Watt We Waste

Saving money and energy go hand in hand and are made easy with these simple tips.

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Issue 10

How Do You Want Your Earth?

Scientists agree that mankind is pushing the planet beyond sustainable boundaries. Who’s listening?

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Issue 08

Up the Tubes

A personal water treatment system could quench the developing world’s thirst.

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Issue 07

Going Green: Bright Ideas

Earth-friendly light bulbs reduce pollution and save you money.

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Issue 05

Tasty Greens: Eco-friendly Kitchens

Make the kitchen the greenest room in your house with products made from recycled paper, plastic and aluminum.

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Issue 06

Future Shock

As China copes with the consequences of a massive earthquake, is the U.S. ready for the next Big One?

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Issue 06

Dry Run: Disappearing Lakes

If we’re not careful, the shrinking Aral Sea may offer a glimpse of the future of America’s freshwater lakes.

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Issue 06

Going Green: Solar Travel

We found the green gadgets that will keep you fully charged on the go.

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Issue 03

Plastic Soup: Where Trash Lives Forever

The crew of the Alguita journeyed to the middle of the Pacific to visit the largest trash dump.

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Issue 02

The Afterlife of E-Waste

500 million computers were trashed in the last decade.1.9 million tons of e-waste ended up in landfills in 2005. Only 345 thousand tons of e-waste were recycled in 2005

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