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Having trouble keeping up with our increasingly organic, eco-friendly world? Let TODAYshow.com's green contributor Marisa Belger be your guide! From organic ice cream to the best in eco-conscious jeans to the ultimate in sustainable home goods, she tests and reviews the products and treatments that are best for you and the planet. 

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Go glamping!
Want to sleep under five stars — for $2,850 a night? These glam resorts take camping to a luxurious level for those who have the cash to spare.

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  Earth’s natural wonders
From snow monkeys to a sea sponge, see the planet through a photographer's lens.

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70th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals
  Eco-celebs
Beneath the glitz and glamour, these Hollywood hotties -- including Bradley Cooper, who wore a tuxedo made from recycled materials to the 2013 Golden Globes -- are tree-huggers at heart.

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Green is the new black!
Planning a party? Here are creative ideas for eco-friendly food, drinks and fun.
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Scenes from Greenland
‘NBC Nightly News’ reports from Ilulissat, Greenland, on the alarming melt of the Greenland ice sheet.
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  World’s endangered rivers
See the rivers deemed at risk by the WWF. According to the group the rivers are quickly dying as a result of climate change, pollution and dams.
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  Earth from space
Click through the highlights from more than four decades of images of our home planet, taken by astronauts in orbit.

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