Everyone must purchase goods and services. If environmental costs were factored into these purchases then everyone would have a quasi-interaction with nature.
Medill's Noah Broder reports from a House hearing, which looked at the value of coal to our economy. Dems called for more environmental controls, while the GOP stressed its importance to our energy infrastructure.
Addressing sustainable economic development can help reduce poverty.
The George Washington University Student
Most of us have to satisfy our chocolate cravings, but does the production and nutritional value of this sweet treat make it bittersweet?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We've got the stories, ideas and facts behind President Obama's big speech on climate change.
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