Climate

During the New Green Economy Conference 2 blocks from the White House in Washington D.C., academics and economists presented new developments on how to reduce your carbon footprint. From planting trees to riding a bike, there are many ways citizens... Read More
Research and development is essential to making progress in the fields of environmental protection and sustainable energy. During the New Green Economy Technological innovation symposium Friday January 22nd, Dr. Brian Czech, president of the Center... Read More
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Washington State Representative Jim Moeller recently introduced the "complete streets" bill into the Washington State Legislature. The bill, in summary, would aim to create roadways that accommodate multiple forms of transportation, including bike... Read More
When we think of UPS, the first image that comes to mind is the brown UPS truck. Now I've seen a dozen clowns crowd into a VW Beetle, but I don't know of any way a global business like UPS could fit all the packages they ship into a Prius. So how... Read More
By: Kate Galliers A pertinent exchange took place Friday morning in the Ronald Reagan International Building, just two blocks from the White House. Climate-change experts presented data on the future of green development on the global economy,... Read More
The message was clear: the future of urban development and climate change is in the hands of my generation. This morning I attended NCSE’s annual New Green Economy conference, specifically the “Green Building, Green Jobs” symposium. Some of the most... Read More
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From the Policy Greenhouse at the George Washington University on July 10, 2009
Green is my least favorite color. It’s so earthy and natural, so timid and soft, so conservative. Sure, neon green can be evil, as the menacing “M” on the front of a Monster energy drink attests to. Green can even be creepy, or gross: when was the... Read More
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Part 2 of a 3 part series: See Part 1: Van Jones on Community Solar and Wind EnergySee Part 3: Van Jones on Obama's Fuel Efficiency Standards

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