Neiman Marcus Sued For False 'Cava Fur' Advertising

According to the petition the Humane Society filed, Neiman’s and Bergdorf’s have been hawking $1,500 Manolo Blahnik boots trimmed w上海419休闲娱乐论坛 千花网官网ith “cava fur” and “natural ocelot fur.” Just two problems: There’s no such thing as cava fur, and南京桑拿会所 南京梧桐客栈 it’s illegal to sell ocelot fur because the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service[……]

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8 Rooftop Gardens From Around The World (PHOTOS)

Roof gardens and green roofs are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, but the rest of the world definitely seems to be planting a fair share of awesome gardens. Gardens on roofs are not just eye candy – they can save energy by significantly lowering the cost of heating and cooling in a building.
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No Impact Man : The Movie Everyone Is Talking About (VIDEO)

You may have heard something about No Impact Man or you may have heard about the guy who was going to live in New York City without making any environmental impact for a whole year (crazy, right?). Or maybe you read the New York Times article that catapulted Colin Beavan — aka No Impact Man — to international recognition.[……]

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Solar Panel Importers Hit By $70 Million In Suprise Tariffs

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New York's Drilling Wastewater Disposal Problem

By Joaquin Sapien and Sabrina Shankman,
The site of one of Canada-based Gastem USA's wells in Otsego County, N.Y. The well produced far less wastewater than most Marcellus Shale wells will, but it still took the drillers more than a year to get permission to drill it, because they couldn't find a place to dispose of the water. (Joaquin Sapien/ProPublica)
Environmentalists, state regulators and even energy companies agree that the problem most likely to slow natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale in New York is safely disposing of the billions of gallons of contaminated wastewater the industry will produce.
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Early Odds for Green Car of the Year

This week, the Green Car Journal released its finalists for the Green Car of the Year.
Naturally, high mileage numbers equate to standings this year.

  • The 2010 Audi A3 TDI: 30 mpg city / 42 mpg highway
  • The 2010 VW Golf TDI: 30 mpg city / 42 mpg highway
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Colin and Graham's Excellent No Impact Adventure

Human beings have left their traces on the earth from back in the days when huge mounds of mussel and clam shells and broken shards of pottery announced consumption patterns.
So it takes a bit of a mind stretch to imagine how billions of us can go “no impact.”
Unless you look at it as an adventure.
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Why Retrofitting Should be Sexy

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You’ve doubtless seen ads recently offering you a $1,500 “stimulus federal tax credit” for 30 percent of the cost of putting in new windows. How the stimulus is related to windows might not be transparent to anyone less than wonky. But it’s an important facet of the Obama administration’s broader attempt to place r[……]

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School Lunches Wouldn't Meet Fast-Food Safety Standards

In the past three years, the government has provided the 上海419龙凤网 千花网官网nation’s schools with millions of pounds of beef and chicken that千花网 上海千花网 wouldn’t meet the quality or safety standards of many fast-food restaurants, from Jack in the Box and other burger places to chicken chains such as KFC, a USA TODAY investigation found.[……]

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