It takes a village. Or a city. Some PF Member ideas for turning whole communities green.
Green infrastructure is defined as “the interconnected network of open spaces and natural areas, such as greenways, wetlands, parks, forest preserves and native plant vegetation, that naturally manages stormwater, reduces flooding risk and improves... Read More
The International Panel on Climate Change stated that, "Average Arctic temperatures have increased at almost twice the global average rate in the past 100 years."
Cities use parks to provide better air quality and life quality to make sustainable communities.
Austin Jones and Randall Haley interview Anne McCauley, Assistant Director of Campus Sustainability at Ole Miss, on their new Smart Grid Technology.
Soulshine is a local restaurant in Oxford Mississippi that has found an innovative way to conserve water.
The George Washington University
Cities aren't seen as breadbaskets, and GW students aren't often pegged for farmers, but GW student Jesse Schaffer and the Food Justice Alliance buck the trends.