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Jody Scheckter: He drives the fastest milkcart in the west 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Once the world's most dangerous racing driver, Jody Scheckter has reinvented himself as a pioneering organic farmer. Vincent Graff visits Scheckter's remarkable conversion: 130,000 trees, 31 different breeds of grass and his very own 'university of organics'
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School composting is growing dramatically 27.1.2008 Star Tribune: Local
The Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District is revamping its composting program. Similar efforts, which give kids an easy way to help the planet and can save districts money, are cropping up across the metro area.
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Anya Hindmarch: 'Ethical living has never seemed so cool' 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Elizabeth Day meets the designer who made the eco bag chic at her favourite food shop, Daylesford Organic
David Cameron: 'It's quite difficult to get compost right, isn't it?' 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
He cycles to work, dog-sleds hatless across Norwegian glaciers, grows his own veg. David Cameron, Westminster's very own eco hero, talks red cabbage, Jane Austen and hair shirts with Polly Vernon
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall: 'This is about ethics, not class' 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
OFM's number one eco foodie and TV presenter tells Rebecca Seal why free-range chicken is still a bargain
Stuart Rose: 'There's too much wastage. People have eyes bigger than their stomachs' 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
The M&S boss talks to Caroline Boucher about wormeries, waterbutts, and the tribulations of organic cat food
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The Prince of Wales: 'As a child, I loved growing vegetables at the Palace' 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
We used to laugh at his eco-eccentric ways. But now it all makes sense. Here the Prince of Wales explains why
They're green, they're ethical, they've changed the way we eat 27.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Who is the greenest grocer? What politician made eco a buzzword? Which TV chef exposed the truth about cheap birds - and stripped for us? For this special issue, we asked a panel of experts to nominate the eco foodies who have influenced our buying and eating habits the most. Compiled by Rebecca Seal
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Editorial: Natural does not mean harmless 26.1.2008 New Scientist: Opinion
The fact that naturally occurring substances can be just as hazardous as synthetic ones should not be ignored to press the organic case
From forest education to marine conservation: the latest green awards 25.1.2008 Guardian: Environment
Here are some of the innovative environmental ideas that qualified for funding from UnLtd's green living awards. If you need inspiration for improving your community then read on
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Troubadour Dude With a Cause 25.1.2008 Newsweek Top Stories
Jack Johnson started out just adding music to surfer movies--15 million albums later, he's trying to save the planet.
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Espresso-machine price leaves some steaming 25.1.2008 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Hundreds of espresso heads have waited, some for years, to buy the first home-use espresso machine from La Marzocco, the Seattle company...
Nudism: A Healthier Lifestyle or a Bunch of Hype? 25.1.2008 AlterNet
Two travelers bare it all in Australia but fall short of finding naked bliss.
Weak dollar fuels growth in ag exports 25.1.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: News
A weaker dollar is helping exports of farm equipment. North Dakota firms exported nearly $500 million in implements last year, double 2000 numbers.
Weak dollar fuels growth in ag exports 25.1.2008 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
A weaker dollar is helping exports of farm equipment. North Dakota firms exported nearly $500 million in implements last year, double 2000 numbers.
Where's the Beef? 24.1.2008 American Spectator
The FDA has it right in the latest dispute over cloned cuisine.
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Biotech Critics Challenging Monsanto GMO Sugar Beet 23.1.2008 Common Dreams: Headlines
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Opponents of biotech crops said on Wednesday they were filing a lawsuit to challenge the USDA’s deregulation of Monsanto Co’s genetically engineered sugar beet because of fears of “biological contamination” and other harm to the environment. The Center for Food Safety, the Sierra Club and two organic seed groups said the lawsuit [...]
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The Lowdown on Topsoil: It’s Disappearing 22.1.2008 Common Dreams: Headlines
The planet is getting skinned. While many worry about the potential consequences of atmospheric warming, a few experts are trying to call attention to another global crisis quietly taking place under our feet. Call it the thin brown line. Dirt. On average, the planet is covered with little more than 3 feet of topsoil — the shallow [...]
Grand green vision for S.F.'s Parkmerced 21.1.2008 SFGate: Top Stories
The owners of San Francisco's Parkmerced want to add nearly 5,700 homes to the World War II-era rental housing complex, an ambitious renovation that could rank as one of the greenest in the country. Over 20 years, the developer says, the minimum $1.2 billion... ...
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Grand green vision for S.F.'s Parkmerced 21.1.2008 SFGate: Business & Technology
The owners of San Francisco's Parkmerced want to add nearly 5,700 homes to the World War II-era rental housing complex, an ambitious renovation that could rank as one of the greenest in the country. Over 20 years, the developer says, the minimum $1.2 ...
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