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Flint’s Water Crisis: A Sad Lesson on Environmental Rights

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper The toxic water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is a sad reminder for some (and a sore lesson for others) that in most of our country, there has been no recognition of citizens’ right to clean water. This crisis is bringing to the surface that while freedom […]

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A Clean Start: 3 Ways to Lower Your Body’s Chemical Burden in 2016

by guest blogger Ava Anderson, safe products advocate The new year is here! Follow these 3 steps to reduce your body’s exposure to harmful chemicals throughout 2016: 1. Skip the fragrance/parfum. The term fragrance can hide an untold number of chemicals in everything from toothpaste, shampoo, and soap to deodorant and dryer sheets. The International […]

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Celebrating the Year of the Soil

I know, I know, Christmas is just a few days away—why think about soil right now? The truth is, now is the perfect time to celebrate soil because many of you probably have a tree in your homes that was just recently growing in soil. What better reminder is there to appreciate the soil that […]

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Examining the Fracking Power of FERC

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper A fast-growing web of interstate pipelines to service the fracked-shale-gas industry is creeping across the nation, capturing communities in its destructive grip. At the center of the web is the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), an agency that is imbued with extraordinary power to impact lives […]

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5 Ways to Reverse Climate Change Right Now

The Paris Climate Conference (known as COP21) is finally taking place, bringing with it that strange mix of hope mingled with despair. Everyone seems to have his or her own personal agenda (including me) for how the conference should play out—and how we can save ourselves from a climate disaster. Organizations from all over the […]

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How Yoga Mats Made from Algae Could Help Save the Planet

by guest blogger Gillian Francella, multimedia journalist and newly converted vegan/vegetarian It seems like a scenario that would play out on Spongebob Squarepants: Spongebob needs a pair of running shoes, so he goes to the store and grabs a new pair of algae kicks complete with green soles and the latest lightweight, no-tear technology. But […]

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How Pennsylvanians Took a Stand for a Healthy Environment

by guest blogger Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper Rights to pure water, clean air, and a healthy environment have been vindicated twice in Pennsylvania in this past week alone. Pennsylvania’s recent election of state Supreme Court justices who recognize the importance of honoring all the state’s constitutional provisions, including its environmental rights amendment, was […]

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A New Form of Sustainable American Fashion

by guest blogger Brian Linton, president and co-founder of United By Blue Is being made of organic cotton or recycled polyester enough for a clothing product to be considered sustainable? Quite possibly. But sustainability in fashion is often more complicated than a label may suggest. In order to deem it truly sustainable, you have to […]

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