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Places that Encourage Healthy Living by Avery Mack Dan Buettner’s original book, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who’ve Lived the Longest,

Fresh Hope for a Troubled Planet by Linda Sechrist Recognizing that it might be too late by the time they are older, many young people are

Ways to Make Far Less Trash In manufacturing, a zero waste policy means designing products so that all resources are used or reused. It’s a

Communities Get Creative in Urging Conservation by April Thompson As freshwater becomes increasingly scarce worldwide, communities are coming together to find creative solutions to conserve it.

Artists Work to Save Nature’s Beauty by Avery Mack Eco-art creatively highlights environmental sustainability issues and sparks possible solutions. Mounts Botanical Garden, in Palm Beach County, Florida,

Restoring the Nutritional Value of Crops by Melinda Hemmelgarn When searching online for images of scientists, pictures of men and women in white lab coats peering

Streams and Rivers Are Life Links by Avery Mack Creeks, streams and rivers flow into ponds, lakes and oceans, carrying pollution. Keeping large bodies of water

Choose Earth-Friendly Alternatives by Avery Mack Grocery bags, bottles, cups and straws comprise much of the 9.1 billion tons of plastic manufactured worldwide in the past

The American College of Cardiology (ACC) is advising hospitals in improving patient menus by adding healthy, plant-based options and removing processed meats, which have