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'Today' Hosts: Bloomberg Forcing New Yorkers to Sort Rotting Garbage a 'Great Idea'

The hosts on Monday's NBC Today were all in agreement that New City Mayor Michael Bloomberg forcing all residents to sort out rotten food scraps from their garbage for composting – and to hold ...

Networks Treated Good Friday, Earth Day as Equals

ABC, CBS and NBC split coverage of eco-celebration and Christian holy day.

Save the Earth: Recycle Your Urine

Lunchtime reading: Did you know that "Human excrement is rich in nitrogen" and "A 19th-century 'sewage farm' in Pasadena, Calif., was renowned for its tasty walnuts"?

Dead-Tree Hypocrisy

The Times chides Americans for their tree-killing "obsession" with soft toilet tissue: "But fluffiness comes at a price." So, how many trees have to die to churn out one million editions of the ...

'Nightly News' Continues 'War' on Bottled Water

Bottled-water industry targeted again as an environmental evil.

CBS: Recycling Might Be a Deadly Problem

Increased transport of scrap materials causing '25,000 accidents a year.'

'World News' Hits the (Water) Bottle Again

For the second night, ABC targets the bottled water industry's impact on the environment.
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