Earth Day: Would you buy a $60 energy-efficient light bulb?
By Miguel Llanos, msnbc.com If it's Earth Day, it must be the time of year for volunteers to turn out en masse to plant trees. Those events certainly were prominent across the US on Sunday, but they were not the only ones. Among them: a "Mobilize the
Here's a letter, to the Christian Science Monitor, that I posted here at the Cafe on Earth Day 2005; I apologize that the link below no longer works: Check out this political cartoon appear today — “Earth Day” — in.
Last week, I found my inbox flooded with emails about why I should promote a company's latest green initiative on Earth Day—“our wine uses sustainable corks instead of metal screw tops;” “use our social networking site and going green becomes easier!
The Earth Day Network has collected about 1 billion “Acts of Green” — individual pledges to take action to help the environment. Amy Sancetta / AP Participants carry a traditional carp-shaped windsock called Koinobori at a parade demanding a stop to
The unveiling of the new LED bulb is just one of many events marking Earth Day this weekend. Beach and park clean-ups are slated from coast to coast, and there's no shortage of rallies and festivals celebrating Mother Earth. One of the biggest events