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Building a Just and Sustainable World April 2009
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What's a cleaner, quieter alternative to garbage trucks? Bicycles!
Pedal People Cooperative Inc. is a "human-powered delivery and hauling service" for Northampton, Massachusetts. In all types of weather, you can find them hauling up to 300 pounds of trash, recycling and compost on trailers hitched to the back of their bikes.
We've all heard how difficult and expensive eating organic food can be. But is it really as challenging as it seems? Our online intern Laura Kaliebe is eating only organic food for an entire month.
Follow her blog to see how she fares—and what she finds out …
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Solar Hot Water
Looking for ways to green your home? Installing a solar water heater will decrease your carbon footprint and save you money in the long term.
YES! Web Picks
The Story of Lentils and Chicken
Madhu Suri Prakash shares her kitchen secrets.
More than Money: The Good Life
This animated short shows what happens when an MBA meets a fisherman.
The End of Poverty?
Five hundred years after imperial globalization began, have we reached the end of poverty? Hardly, suggests this compelling documentary.
Join the local food revolution with these groups, initiatives, and a library about good food.
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