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Myth: Putting Food Waste Down the Disposal Is Greener Than in the TrashPublished Eco Myths Alliance  8/25/2014
Trash Talk: Are Sink Disposals Good for the Environment?OMG hold your nose! There's a mystery substance at the back of the fridge, and it's scaring all the other food with its excessive stink. Now what? Pitching the moldy glob straight into the sink disposal means it can basically disappear from
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Global Warming’s Not-So-Hot Impact on TreesPublished Eco Myths Alliance  6/24/2014
Trees help make us cool in the face of global warming*. But, sturdy and steadfast as they may be, some species are showing vulnerability in our increasingly warming world. “The effects of climate change on trees will be complex,” says Robert Fahey, PhD, of the Morton Arboretum, as they
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Ready-to-Buy Reusable Bags for the Win!Published Eco Myths Alliance  5/28/2014
As we recently determined in the paper vs. plastic myth, reusable bags made with recycled plastic are an eco-win—as long as you remember to bring them! So, for those of you looking to beef up your reusable supply, here are a few go-tos made from recycled plastic for your purchasing pleasure. Bonus
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Water Supply Myth: If Water Runs Low, We Can Get More ElsewherePublished Eco Myths Alliance  3/20/2014
A Tale of Two Regions: The Thirsty Old West and the Great Lakes While parched California's dreamin' all about rain, in the Great Lakes, the jaw-stopping chill that was the Polar Vortex is actually helping increase the region's long-term water supply. It's a striking difference, with the West
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Water Supply Myth, Part 2: Now What?!Published Eco Myths Alliance  3/20/2014
Pssst: This is part 2 of our epic water supply myth. Read Part 1 for the full picture. Great Expectations for Transfers and Incentive Programs How can we smartly invest in more sustainable water supply? Let us count the economical ways…that investing in water transfers and incentives can make a
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Myth: Monarchs and GMO Foods Are UnrelatedPublished Eco Myths Alliance  2/20/2014
Why North America Is Losing in the Monarch GamesWanna talk Olympic pursuits? Every fall, monarch butterflies in eastern North America embark on an epic journey. Putting in 50-100 miles a day, they travel up to 3,000 miles from the U.S. and Canada to the fir forests of Mexico's Neovolcanic Mountains,
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On the Air: (Not a) Winter Wonderland for WildlifePublished Eco Myths Alliance  2/19/2014
With the extra-frigid winter we have been experiencing this year, it boggles my mind that any wildlife can actually survive outdoors. It has been hard enough for humans! So at EcoMyths we wondered: How do animals survive this challenge within our vast urban landscape? On our latest Worldview
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Myth: Winter Wildlife Don’t Need Our HelpPublished Eco Myths Alliance  1/30/2014
Mirror, Mirror, Should We Help Backyard Animals?You probably know that feeding wildlife is for the birds (literally!). In polar vortex-y times like this, though, it's hard not to feel sorry for the non-homo-sapiens among us, who don't have the luxury of modern heating or funny YouTube videos to keep
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Ape Awareness WeekendPublished Eco Myths Alliance  1/22/2014
Partial to primates? Learn about apes, their plight in the wild, and why conservation efforts are so important at the Brookfield Zoo’s Ape Awareness Weekend. Speaking of conservation, did you know you can help by recycling your old cell phones? Apparently mining for coltan, a mineral widely
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Global Warming Myth: It Don’t Mean a Thing to…Freshwater FishPublished Eco Myths Alliance  11/25/2013
Changing Perspective for a Changing ClimateThere's something fishy happening in our rivers, streams, and lakes. Fish species that Americans have enjoyed for generations are experiencing population declines. Water temps are rising, while water levels are, well, doing the opposite. Freshwater
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