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The Green Life: Read All About It

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April 30, 2007

Read All About It

A roundup of news worth noting from the past month or so:

* Jo Hanson, the founder of San Francisco's trendsetting "art at the dump" program, passed away.

* A tote bag with an environmental message became a fashion must-have.

* A group of locavores tried to eat local on a budget.
* Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck announced a new green direction for his restaurants, including serving more organic and local produce, seafood from sustainable fisheries, and more humanely raised meat.
* London eco-eatery the Acorn House was named "Best Newcomer" in the annual Observer Food Monthly Awards.
* British researchers showed that organic food is better for you.
* Organic and natural pet foods got a boost from the big recall of tainted chow.

* Big Picture TV, a free web-based video channel focused on environmental issues, launched with commentary from Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Jane Goodall, Eric Schlosser, and Wangari Maathai.

* New York City broke ground on a lofty park that will span the High Line, 1.5 miles of abandoned freight-train track on the West Side of Manhattan.

* A green taxi service--operating only hybrid and alternative-fuel vehicles--started up in San Francisco.


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