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Resources to Help Environmental Lawyers Succeed



Citizens, non-profit organizations, civic and community groups, and governments rely on environmental law to ensure their rights to health and safety and protect our natural resources. To succeed in the courtroom, environmental lawyers must stay abreast of new legislation and how it’s being implemented. LexisNexis, our sponsors for this post and a publisher of several resources that […]

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Are Your Kids Saving Energy? Enter Contest by May 31.



 Team ENERGY STAR, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s program to help kids and families understand why saving energy is important, has launched a contest to encourage kids to tell us in their own worlds why energy efficiency makes a difference. To enter, all kids need to do is share their stories on the Team ENERGY […]

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Looking for New, Non-toxic Lotions, Cremes & Cleansers? Try the January EcoCentric Mom Box.



 This month's EcoCentric Mom box is chock full of exactly what I need in dry winter months: soothing organic skin lotions and cremes to moisturize my hands and face, gentle soaps, and cleansers and laundry "berry drops" that put the "clean" back in cleaning. But first, the food. I've said before that, as much as […]

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I am Voting for Barack Obama because We are Greener than We were Four Years Ago.



Are we “greener” than we were four years ago? Yes, we are, and Barack Obama deserves a lot of the credit. Despite strident anti-environmental opponents on Capitol Hill, President Obama has managed to use the power of his office – deployed primarily through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of […]

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