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    21. Green Living Center: Diapers
    USA
    Disposable diapers are not just clogging up our landfills with plastic and untreated human waste, they may also be harmful to your baby. ...
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    22. Green Living Center: Keeping Your Home Clean and Safe
    USA
    Your cleaning cabinets can be full of hazardous chemicals that pose immediate and/or long term dangers to your children, your pets, your planet and yourselves. ...
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    23. Green Living Center: Wood and Other Hard Surface Flooring
    USA
    Wood flooring, ceramic tile and glass, linoleum and cork, vinyl and rubber as well as other floor coverings, finishes and adhesives are all commonly used ...
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    24. Mandate the Future
    A Youth Forum driven by youth where topics based on world issues are discussed. We focus on Sustainable Development and users can Vote on these ...
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    25. Manifesto For Seeds
    High impact manifesto on behalf of seeds, their heritage, meaning, threatened status. Rants against governmental/corporate debasement of these "capsules of life." I can supply plain ...
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    26. Pesticides In The News
    Pesticides continue to produce unpleasant surprises around the world. ...
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    27. Precaution and PVC in Medicine, Pt. 1
    The chlorine industry is desperate to avoid a ban on PVC plastic (also known as polyvinyl chloride, or simply "vinyl") but it's going to be ...
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    28. Solvents: All-Purpose Poisons
    In all industrialized societies, both men and women are often exposed to organic solvents at work and in the home. Gasoline contains a mixture of ...
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    29. Sustainability and Ag Biotech
    How will genetically modified seeds, crops and foods affect the sustainability of U.S. agriculture? During 1999, agricultural economist Charles Benbrook tried to answer that question. ...
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    30. The Honorable Schoolbag: Healthy, Earth-Friendly Back-to-School Choices
    This Green Guide Back-to-School Report Card is designed to help you avoid all the bad stuff -- sweatshop labor, toxic chemicals, damaging environmental impacts -- ...
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    31. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 1
    When Wilhelm Roentgen first discovered X-rays, in 1895, "doctors and physicians saw the practical potential of X-rays at once, and rushed to experiment with them." ...
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    32. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 2
    After x-rays were discovered in 1896, medical doctors immediately saw the potential benefits and began experimenting with The Ray using home-made equipment. Just 3 weeks ...
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    33. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 3
    John Gofman is a medical doctor with a Ph.D. degree in nuclear and physical chemistry. He is professor emeritus of molecular and cell biology at ...
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    34. The town that haunts Al Gore
    East Liverpool, OH, USA
    How an incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio, pollutes the vice president's reputation as a friend of the earth. ...
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    35. The Waning Days of Risk Assessment
    Risk assessment is a decision-making technique that first came into use during the presidency of Jimmy Carter, who was trained as a nuclear engineer. At ...
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    36. What's Happening in Children's Health
    Children can be exposed to harmful substances from what seem like benign everyday sources, from cheery school buses to chewy toys. New research is shedding ...
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    37. Agency Urges Radon Testing On All NJ Homes North Of Trenton
    The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set the first home safety standard for radioactive radon gas, recommending that homeowners take action to reduce the ...
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    38. Beyond Wood
    Most of us don't think of ourselves as paper gluttons, but the average American consumes 681 pounds of the stuff every year, adding up to ...
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    39. Biodiversity and What You Buy
    USA
    Our everyday choices about what to buy and where to shop have a major effect on the environment. When combined with billions of consumer choices ...
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    40. Biodiversity and Your Energy Use
    USA
    We rarely think about energy use in environmental terms. Yet the way we use energy resources has a profound effect on the quality of the ...
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