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The Truth About Spring Cleaning

Did you know that people on the West Coast spend the most time spring cleaning? Or that almost half of people find lost cash while performing …

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Celebrating Int'l School Meals Day

March 14 is International School Meals Day!  Learn what Planet Aid's Food for Knowledge project is doing in Mozambique to make school lunches a reality.

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Recyclables Getting Burned

Materials being collected by U.S. cities for recycling are not being recycled but are being incinerated or landfilled. A ban on imports is creating the problem. 

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Science and Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning is a time to don rubber gloves and other protective wear and scour away accumulated grime, while creating order and beauty in the home. Today, you can even join others in celebrating the seasonal scrubbing by posting a “clean with me” video on YouTube.  

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Stay Sustainable this Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re looking for a new twist on a classic, or an out-of-the-box idea, we’ve got you covered with these eco-friendly Valentine’s Day ideas.

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Weather Wreaking Widespread Havoc

While the U.S. saw the lowest temperatures in a generation, many in Africa are enduring severe drought and flooding. Learn how we are helping communities in southern Africa develop their capacity to cope with the impacts.

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Climate Change and Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine sees the problem of climate change in a holistic way, taking into account the relationship between individual well-being and the global environment.

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Legendary Zimbabwean Singer Dies

Zimbabwean singer Oliver Mtukudzi died this week. "Tuku," as he was affectionately known, was one of the most popular singers on the African c…