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Youth Perspective: The Goods, 4 Reads To Start Your Week



12 January 2015

Ever wonder what to do with your old beauty products? Here’s what Grist has to say on dumping them down the drain.

Image via Flickr/Colleen

E-readers sound like they could be more sustainable, but here’s why you should actually be reading more paper books in 2015.

Feeling sneezy? Here’s a lesson in why the common cold virus is so effective.

Finally, these Stanford professors are getting real smart about divesting from fossil fuels.

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