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Magazines go green
It seems like every magazine puts out a "Green Issue" these days. And while I love nothing more than to see increasing attention paid to the environmental movement, there is a wide disparity in the depth and quality of these new green issues, ranging from the extremes of celebrity worship (can't they think of anyone more interesting to interview than Arnold Schwarzenegger?) and green shopping mania to more thoughtful analyses of international policy and the "what you can do" sections.
Columbia Journalism Review offers A Guide Through the Jungle of Green Issues where you can get a more comprehensive playback of the most recent eco-issues to print. CJR calls out the Elle issue which featured EWG's body burden work.