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12 Eco-Friendly Activities for Kids of All Ages

Environmental protection is an issue that affects our children deeply. The condition of the world when they grow up will shape their health and their lives. Even very young toddlers can be introduced …

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Zoos: Sanctuaries or Prisons? (Illustration)

Are zoos good or bad? It's an eternally tricky question: while they can be invaluable in saving endangered species and educating the public, they do so at the expense of keeping wild animals locked aw…

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Inspiring Forest PSA by School Chorus (Video)

By Michael Graham Richard, TreeHugger The National Forest Foundation has launched a new campaign to raise awareness among Americans, and get them involved in protecting national forests and gr…

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Cute Animation Explains Coral Reefs (Video)

By Jaymi Heimbuch, TreeHugger World Resources Institute has created a great short video that explains what coral reefs are, why they're so important, and the threats we're posing to their health. …

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Spy Kids vs. the Eco-Slackers

When my parents grew up in the 50s, they were met with the frightening opportunity to serve their country by turning in their parents for being communist or, in the least, socialist sympathizers. When…

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