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By Connie Kargbo
Teams representing 31 countries have descended on Brazil hoping to bring home the World Cup trophy. But amid the excitement, scientists and health specialists are concerned that tourists and players may bring something else home with them: dengue fever, a…
By PBS NewsHour
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, eating seafood sustainably can drastically help us meet our seafood needs without compromising the needs of future generations. But what does sustainability mean when it comes to the seafood we consume?…
By News Desk
Following our "do good" business reporting in B Corps and how to turn a building sustainable in "Bein' Green," we're highlighting the AIA's ten best green projects. Browse through our slideshow to see 2012's winners.
By Elizabeth Shell
The race for New Mexico's first open Senate seat in 26 years has brought the national renewable energy debate into local focus as Republican Rep. Steve Pearce battles Democratic Rep. Tom Udall for the job.
As public demand for eco-friendly products increases, businesses rush to fill the gap with "green" products touting a lower carbon footprint. Spencer Michels reports on this growing development.
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