Americans have issues with meat. But maybe we wouldn't have so many problems if we started to favor the flavor of the small -- and wiggly. Would you make a meal of worms?
Now I like a good vinaigrette, but this old Shell ad is a little too heavy on the oil for me. Petrole-yum?
If the French don't look down their noses at the unbottled joys of bulk wine, why can't we? Waste not and wine a lot!
In case you don't have bothersome fourth graders handy to remind you to "save some water for the whales," designer Yan Lu has a solution. But Goldie the Goldfish might not be happy about it.
Most ice cream lovers probably wouldn't line up for any flavor dubbed "Something's Fishy." That is, unless it were Ben & Jerry's phamous Phish Food in political disguise. Would you bite?
A nightmare in the Gulf of Mexico began with flames, billowing plumes of oil, and 24-7 media coverage. But the final death of the Macondo oil well reads much more like a gentle passing in the night. To which we say: RIP (and good riddance).
Local government has caught an organic hobby farmer tomato-red-handed growing a downright offensive number of vegetable plants on his property outside of Atlanta. What's an "acceptable" number of vegetables anyway?
You know those people who are always gabbing on their cell phones? Yes, they're pretty irksome, even hazardous, but what if their gift of gab were actually a small gift toward a fossil-fuel-free future?
A creative way to recycle books that are ready to checkout for good.
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