Is your kid's lunch packed in an eco-friendly container? One Canadian school says it better be. Credit: Getty
Think you're keeping things green by packing your child's lunch? Better not have any Ziploc bags wrapping that PB&J.A...A kindergarten student was shunned from a contest after he brought his lunch to school in a plastic baggie.
Amazing Kid Aitan Grossman teaching his music to kids in Botswana. Credit: Lauren GrossmanAmazing Kid: Aitan Grossman Age: 14 Grade: 8th Hometown: Palo Alto, Calif. School: The Nueva School, Hillsborough, Calif. Favorite Ice Cream: Hä...This California teen is working to save the Earth though song.
B.Y.O.C. and save a tree. Credit: BambecoWe were shocked when we learned that 100 acres of forests are cut down in China every day to make 45 billion pairs of disposable wooden chopsticks. But rather than give up our beloved General Tso's Chic...Did you know that 100 acres of forests are cut down in China every day to make 45 billion pairs of disposable wooden chopsticks?
Alexander Lin is believes that technology is a key component of eduction. That's why he created a program to give kids access to computers. Credit: Jason LinAlexander Lin is more than just a teenager interested in computers -- he transformed...
It's not easy being green. Credit: NBC Philadelphia
A Philadelphia-area mom is letting it all hang out, and her neighbors don't like it.Patty Pozeynot of Skippack Township, Pa., was fined $100 by her Hunter Ridge neighborhood assoc...
More schools are going green when it comes to cleaning products. Credit: Robert S. Donovan, FlickrIn an era where the "3 Rs" have now come to stand for "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle," an increasing number of states are requiring schools and governm...
Meet Lanie, American Girl's 2010 Girl of the Year Doll. Credit: American GirlOn January 1, American Girl will debut Lanie, its blond-haired, hazel-eyed 2010 Girl of the Year doll. Lanie Holland, who will be available for one year only, will laun...
Annie Leonard explains how stuff is made, and soon tossed. Image via storyofstuff.com."The Story of Stuff" is the stuff of legend in classrooms across the country -- and now, my small town in Maine. This short film by activist Annie Leonard do...
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