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SHFT Sampler 11-19-10

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Weekly links: The Philadelphia Eagles get clean and SHFT pops up in NYC with Wired.

Oh snap, SHFT is popping up again this week, this time with the cool nerds at Wired. The space opens today, at 692 Broadway in NoHo. The SHFT selection looks a lot like this. The Philadelphia Eagles expect to save $60 million on energy costs by retrofitting their their stadium with wind turbines and solar panels. They should consider attaching turbines to Michael Vick's heels. This......read more

Turkey Tips For a Sustainable Thanksgiving

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The countdown to Thanksgiving is on. Remember these tips when picking your poultry

Thanksgiving is upon us. In an ideal world, we'd be headed out into the steppes this weekend to hunt a wild turkey for the feast. Alas, the closest we'll ever get to a wild turkey is a bottle of bourbon. So we need to know how to buy a turkey that's sustainably raised. Luckily, NRDC Smarter Living has the answers -- and they're as easy as 1-2-3. 1. Always know where your bird came......read more

Thanksgiving Side Dishes That Don't Suck

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Sustainable food advocate and author Cathy Erway dishes out some winning sides for holiday eating

Do you try to cook something new on the holidays, particularly Thanksgiving, when it seems that there can never be too much food? I often do, and sometimes these fledgling recipes soar, while other times, crash-land on the table to a piteous chorus of what-if-I'd-done-that-insteads. Adding a new dish to your list of "classics" can take a little more than one Thursday to figure out. Especially if......read more

This Thanksgiving, Give #climatethanks

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Eleven reasons to be thankful if you care about climate change

Heather Libby for The Huffington Post: It's a strange week when a deal for world peace seems closer than a climate treaty. Yet after Warsaw's disappointing UN climate talks, that's exactly where we've ended up. But, it's not all bad. For every missed opportunity at the international level, there are countries, states, cities and individuals stepping up to do more. So, instead of huddling and......read more

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