- 90% of U.S. Infant Formula May Be Contaminated with Melamine: FDA Declares Chemical Safe For Babies - (post from The Good Human) Seriously, what's with the FDA these days? More posted at Eco Child's Play blog.
- Chernobyl Salad - (post from GreenMuze) Good or bad? Better just to stick with organic.
- Eco Timber Offers Comprehensive Online Green Flooring Guide - (post from Green Building Elements)
- New Equipment Provides Heat AND Electricity - (post from Green Building Elements) "...homeowners can expect to save between $500 and $1,000 per year on their power bills."
Beauty & Fashion Stuff
- Eco-Fashion Score! Organic Cotton Turtleneck Dress for Under $50 - (post from Jolly Green Girl) Great fall/winter layer piece.
School, College & Student Stuff
- Real Food Challenge: Uniting Students for Just and Sustainable Food - (post from EarthFirst) "College students across the nation are coming together to demand ‘real food’ – local, organic, fair trade food via college farms, farm-to-cafeteria programs and other initiatives."
Nature & Environment Stuff
- Beach Erosion Threatens American Coastlines - (post from TheDailyGreen)
- The Devastating Impact of Rainforest Deforestation - (post from WebEcoist)
- More Pine Forests Succumbing to Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation - (post from EarthFirst)
Arts, Entertainment & Travel Stuff
- 20 Artistic Architectural Optical Illusions - (post from WebUrbanist) Very cool images.
- Eco Art Activism: Melting Man Challenges Climate Change - (post from Inhabitat) You have to take a look at this.
- Dunst No Dunce - (post from showtheLOVE) Nice job Kristen.
Gift-Giving & Holiday Stuff
- 6 Gifts That Make a Difference - (post from Eco Child's Play)
- Blue Planet Run Encourages Group Holiday Gift of Water - (post from Planetsave) What a great alternative to the office holiday gift exchange.
Other Random Cool Stuff
- How to Stop Getting Wasteful Phonebooks - (post from TheDailyGreen) Seriously...how many people use phonebooks anymore?
- Feeding Humgry Children: One Man's Mission - (post from Eco Child's Play)
- Green Efforts Reach Out to Low Income Neighborhoods - (post from Whole Travel Blog)