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Go, fish!

Let this poor little fish teach you to save water

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.

Activismmm...good!

Ben & Jerry's latest flavor: genetically engineered fish

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?

less is roar

Egger's Head: The power of getting off the work hard, drink hard treadmill

Robert Egger took 3 weeks off this summer from his busy schedule to get out of the grind and reconnect to everything that's important. Listen here!

Heinz-sight is 20/20

10 enviro achievers honored with Heinz Awards

The 10 winners of this year's Heinz Awards work in a variety of disciplines, but they're all tackling the big environmental challenges of our times.

Take it with a grain of pharmaceutical salt

Water treatment plant yields gourmet drug-infused seasoning!

You can now sprinkle hand-harvested salt from San Francisco Bay on your food -- if you dare.

This bed is on fire with passionate bugs

Ask Umbra on planet-friendlier ways to prevent and kill bed bugs

With US cities literally crawling with bedbugs, Ask Umbra offers advice on how to get rid of the pests without endangering your health or the planet.

The GINK videos

Christine O'Donnell sees no need to prevent pregnancy, use condoms, or care about population [VIDEO]

Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has loony opinions not just on masturbation but on population, contraception, and sex ed.

park your asphalt on the grass

PARK(ing) Day 2010 liberates parking spots for human use [SLIDESHOW]

Today is PARK(ing) Day. In some 140 cities around the planet, humans are taking back some space from cars, using parking spots as mini parks where they play games, do art projects, or just sit and chat.

Garden-gate

Georgia farmer sued for growing too many vegetables

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?