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Stories by Brita Belli
Brita Belli is managing editor of E Magazine.
Goodbye Fish and Shellfish? Meet the Biggest Threat to Our Oceans
Posted on: May 23, 2012, Source: E Magazine
As emissions continue to rise, the world's oceans are becoming corrosive, threatening shellfish, corals and the entire ocean food web.
Is the Environment to Blame for the Rise in Autism Cases?
Posted on: Jan 11, 2010, Source: E Magazine
Autism rates have gone up tenfold in recent decades and some leading researchers think the causes are environmental.
Selling Tap Water in New York to Help Provide Clean Water in Developing Countries
Posted on: May 7, 2008, Source: E Magazine
An initiative to charge diners $1 for tap water and donate it to UNICEF to provide clean drinking water is taking off.
Can Green Jobs Save the American Middle Class?
Posted on: Nov 8, 2007, Source: E Magazine
While the traditional economic outlook is bleak, the green economy is taking shape.
The Eco-Fashion Revolution: You Are What You Wear
Posted on: Sep 16, 2007, Source: E Magazine
Just as consumers once bought organic food before deciding to go one step further and buy local, they are now considering who grew their cotton and who turned it into a wearable object.
How Much of Your Food is Being Nuked Before it Hits the Shelf?
Posted on: Jul 4, 2007, Source: E Magazine
From fruit to spices to meat, contamination fears and market possibilities are spurring a food irradiation revival. But how safe is the practice?
Natural Baby, Poisonous World
Posted on: May 16, 2007, Source: E Magazine
While raising a child more naturally does involve buying more organic and nontoxic products, it's also about fostering the kind of instinctive bond that's so easily lost in our high-stress, pre-packaged world.
The Battle to Ban Toxic Toys
Posted on: May 13, 2007, Source: E Magazine
How some lawmakers and advocacy groups are fighting to make toys safe from harmful chemicals.
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