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Issue 23

The Flow of Ideas

An inventor and entrepreneur is using his unique understanding of nature to create practical solutions for a complicated world.

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Issue 23

Oh MIO Mine

A hot Philadelphia design firm aims to create a greener planet, one product at a time.

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Issue 21

Drilling for Truth

Of all the tests facing a new president, few are as vexing—or as likely to reach his desk—as a potential conflict between two critical needs: energy and water.

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Blog: Think Again
George Bush may have only a few days left in office, but his throw-the-environment-under-the-bus administratio …
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Issue 20

America’s Soul: Grace Lee Boggs

The Detroit-based activist and philosopher sees an America with the chance to remake itself for the better.

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Issue 20

Planetary Survival: Daniel M. Kammen

Solving our energy problems and saving life on Earth will require reinventing the American economy in order to create and sustain a new wave of technological innovation.

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Issue 19

Going Green: Seasons Greenings

Get into the Christmas spirit of giving with eco-friendly holiday cards, trimmings and great gift ideas for colleagues and loved ones.

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Issue 18

FLYPside: We’re Melting

Never mind the financial markets: it’s the Arctic meltdown that should terrify us.

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Issue 18

High-Tech Humanitarianism

At San Jose’s 8th annual Tech Museum Awards, FLYP talks to five laureates who are building a network of innovations for the common good.

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Issue 18

Going Green: Ecosmetics

Skin care products contain an array of chemicals that are potentially harmful to your skin—and the environment. For example, cosmetics makers are allowed to use carcinogens like coal tar and asbestos in skin cream. Here are some product ideas that will keep you and the planet looking good.

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