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Eco-beauty: Keeping it clean and green

Kerstin Gupilan April 22, 2010

If the thought of using fragrance-free-all-natural-rubber-tree-extract shampoo or going days without showering isn’t your idea of an effective beauty treatment then maybe the eco-friendly movement just...

Live green every day

Chelsea Underwood April 22, 2010

and Kristin Hugo/Special Contributor The U.S. is the number-one trash-producing country in the world, at 1,643 pounds per person per year. In 2008, only a third was recycled, reports the Environmental...

With paper or plastic, pick neither

Alexandra Brell April 21, 2010

Paper or plastic? My head says paper, my dog walking side says plastic, and my heart says neither. When you look at the facts, it is hard to accept that “paper or plastic” is still a viable option...

Fuel cell ‘generates electrical power without pollution’

Stephanie Bermudez April 21, 2010

Every day on their way to classes or to their cars, students walk by CSUN’s tropical rainforest. Walking by, students see lots of plants, colorful flowers and eight different towers with pictures...

CSUN aware of compost benefits, possibility for future

Wendy Peters April 21, 2010

CSUN’s part in recycling aluminum cans and paper products today is commonplace and composting is not too far behind, as we see the benefits of turning once living things into fertilizer useful in...

Transportation survey to include comprehensive campus sample, students, faculty, staff asked how they commute to CSUN campus

Michelle Verne April 21, 2010

Using different methods of transportation offers a way for students to help reduce the impact greenhouse gas emissions, pollution and congestion have on our environment as well as the cost and space given...

Work continues toward on-campus farmers market, Current economic climate to blame for stalled effort

Susan Murray April 21, 2010

When Erica Wohldmann moved to California she made the conscious decision to vote with her fork. For the last two years, Wohldmann, an assistant professor of psychology, has dedicated herself to...

Green design slowly becomes priority in the classroom

Alexandra Brell April 21, 2010

Color is no longer the first association with the word green. It is now about reducing, reusing and recycling, not just trash, but in every facet of living. Today, greening, or sustainability, marries...

Blues indie band rocks green

Kimberly Krieger April 21, 2010

The vibration and beats of blues-infused indie rock reverberated through a tiny second floor apartment in Santa Monica. This is where Drew Schwartz and The Watchtowers practice for their up-coming...

Student creates eco-friendly fashion

Kristin Hirai April 21, 2010

With the start of his eco-friendly apparel company, Green Aesthetics, Ben Adelmann has taken advantage of thinking outside of the box. “Green Aesthetics sells eco-positive, fair trade clothing,”...

Photography exhibit brings awareness to water crisis

Anna Osipova April 21, 2010

The Annenberg Space for Photography has partnered with National Geographic to present an exhibit it hopes will bring awareness to the significance, and the lack, of fresh water. The exhibit was...

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