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Pumped Up About Geothermal

Homeowners Like its Eco-Friendly Cost Savings
People are finding that geothermal pumps, which draw on the below-ground temperature of 50 degrees to heat and cool buildings, make sense environmentally and economically.

Creating Community

15 Ways to Craft a Circle of Caring
With simple, clear steps and procedures, we can build bonds with our neighbors to create a better tomorrow together.

Solar Heats Up

Demand Surges as Prices Fall
Rapidly improving technology and sharply declining prices are making solar energy an ever more attractive option for homeowners.
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Backyard Gardening

Whether this is your first year growing a kitchen garden or your thumb glows green from years of use, it’s possible to quickly turn dreams of bountiful organic harvests into a reality.

The Dirt on Cleaning

To safely power through household dirt and bacteria without using questionable chemicals, try these green cleaning tips.

A Conversation with No Impact Man

From November 2006 to November 2007, New York City author Colin Beavan, his Prada-wearing wife Michelle and 18-month-old daughter, Isabella, went on a yearlong reduce-recycle-reuse odyssey to cut down on their daily ecological footprint.

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A Global Adventure in Organic Farming

Local Couple Joins Sustainable Agriculture Movement
Sometimes life offers a special opportunity to gather courage and take a plunge into a totally different way of living and being.

Clean and Clear

Refresh the Home with a Spring Clearing
Spring cleaning is a time for bringing renewal and freshness to our homes. Here are some tips to get started on spring clearing in the home, office and on oneself.

Bleep Cheap

Quality Clothes Are Planet-Friendly
Look for durability and design, and consider the type of fabric the garment is made of and its environmental impact.

Small Businesses Unite to Address Climate Change

CABA’s Executive Director Michael Green Leads the Way
A nonprofit organization in Massachusetts is evolving the local business landscape to be unified on the path to sustainability.

Oil Bust Could Mean Clean-Tech Boom

The most recent oil market plummet has been a missed opportunity to lay the groundwork to move our economy away from fossil fuels.
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Local Green Living Briefs

Transform Global Response to Climate Change

Bringing effective local solutions to the international discussion on climate change from 6 to 9 p.m., November 2, at The Lenox Hotel, in Boston.

The Organic Mattress Releases New Non-Toxic Furniture Line

The Organic Mattress is launching a timely collection of upholstered furniture that uses all-natural and non-toxic ingredients and upholstery fabrics.

CABA and Save That Stuff Co-Host Discussion About the Circular Economy

Join Climate Action Business Association and Save That Stuff from 6 to 8 p.m., October 19, at the Old Church West, in Boston, for a panel discussion about emerging drivers and opportunities for entrepreneurs working to make wealth from waste.

Boston GreenFest Celebrates 10 Years

Boston GreenFest will take place for its 10th year from August 11 to 13, at Boston City Hall Plaza.

Boston to Host 2017 Climate Leaders Summit

Secretary of State John Kerry announced last month at the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit, held in Bejing, that Boston will host the third annual summit next summer.
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Pedestrian Power

Smart Street Lights Powered by Footsteps

Getting Greener

Renewables Hit High Mark in UK

Eco Sneakers

Biodegradable Reeboks Help Solve Waste Problem

Resource Saver

Innovative Building Material Trumps Concrete

Mold Gold

Decaying Autumn Leaves Feed Summer Gardens

Milkweed Mittens

Common Weed Is Lightweight Insulator