July 12, 2009
From picking up after pets to avoiding aerosols to choosing a commercial car wash, see easy ways you can help save the ocean.
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10 seafood choices from local waters.
As they pinch pennies and pay more attention to their carbon footprint, Americans’ romance with store-bought water is on the wane. But is the stuff that comes out of the faucet actually safe to drink?
To enforce limits on how much fishermen like John Our are catching, the government is testing out onboard cameras. Excessive? He actually welcomes the scrutiny.
When it comes to conservation, these three households have taken the plunge in a big way.
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First PersonThe new oil
Tufts engineering professor Shafiqul Islam teaches water diplomacy and has created a website, AquaPedia, that aims to get people -- not just politicians -- involved in the debate.
Kitchen Aid Buying green fish
CookingCatch the wave
Three easy recipes for eco-friendly fish.
Has your town had a water problem?
These Massachusetts water systems had health-based violations in 2008.
PerspectiveA Dow Jones for the ocean
What’s the state of the world’s waters? Two years and tons of calculations from now, one number will tell the story.
On the BlockGreen scene
These three new condos deliver eco-friendly features.
Tales from the CityA conversion story
How a New Yorker became a Red Sox fan.
Fashion SnapshotBloom with a view
Floral dresses in retro styles look just right.
Planting a rain garden is a beautiful way to do something green.
Parenting TrapsPlaying eco-cop
An organic approach instills green values.
Letters to the magazine editor
Bo Burnham’s growing pains, Deval Patrick’s governing pains, a last-minute prom date, and parking-space etiquette are among the many topics that stirred readers this week.
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.