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March 9, 2020

Clean Lakes Alliance provides Madison with year-round lake fun

On a chilly February day in Madison, Wisconsin, more than 8,000 people venture onto frozen Lake Mendota. Kids toast marshmallows and warm their hands over fires; […]
March 9, 2020

What is social distancing and why does it matter? | MNN

With the coronavirus spreading in the U.S., health experts are suggesting that those most at risk of getting sick stay at home as much as possible […]
March 9, 2020

Intergravity pioneers sustainable, anti-bacterial fashion

An exciting trend is hitting the fashion market, and it’s not about the coolest design or newest fad — it’s about corporate responsibility and sustainable practices. […]
March 9, 2020

Make a simple homemade electrolyte drink | MNN

There’s a difference between an extreme athlete and a low-key exerciser in terms of electrolyte needs, but how you feel after a workout matters. (Photo: KieferPix/Shutterstock) […]
March 9, 2020

Low-impact summer retreat boasts solar panels and a green roof

Seattle-based firm Heliotrope Architects has just completed work on a gorgeous summer home located on Orcas Island, off the coast of Washington state. Not only does […]
March 9, 2020

LEED Platinum high-rise in Toronto promotes sustainable living

Aqualina at Bayside, a new multistory residence in Toronto, has just earned LEED Platinum certification — a first for a high-rise condo in Toronto and the […]
March 9, 2020

The Green Free School in Denmark focuses on a sustainable future | MNN

At the Green Free School in Copenhagen, students learn how to read and write and they study math and science. But the curriculum centers on sustainability. […]
March 7, 2020

Meet the women of NASA | MNN

March is Women’s History Month and NASA created a comprehensive video to highlight all of the accomplishments women have made at the agency. Whether they were […]