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Editorial: Homelessness In Toledo
When the answer is there is no money for covering the most basic of human needs, it is hard to accept. Read more...
In Appalachia, children are 42 percent more likely to have birth defects if they live near a mountaintop removal coal mine... Read more...
Annie Leonard spent 20 years working for environmental organizations, studying where our stuff comes from and where it goes. She followed waste from industrialized countries to apartheid-era South Africa, where it was dumped in black Read more...
Food waste is a big deal in America. As grocery stores stock their shelves with holiday goodies, preparing for the rush of feasting consumers, much of what retailers sell won’t end up in people’s stomachs — it’ll end up in the trash. Read more...