education

Dr. Subra Suresh gave his insights on science education and research in a NSF presentation at GW. He took a minute to talk to us about how NSF is moving the planet forward.
YOU get a bike! EVERYBODY gets a bike! Being sustainable in a big, bustling city is no easy task, but creating a free bike-sharing program in New York is just one of the ways students at NYU are making the city more sustainable!
Educating the public about environmental issues is absolutely essential. Nobody at the grocery store understands why I do not want a plastic bag, even when I claim that plastic is environmentally unfriendly. I think that getting environmental... Read More
Technology will only get us so far when it comes to sorting out the worlds environmental issues. The Earth Pyramid will be monument that will act as a platform for discussing environmental issues and give a generation of children a chance to have... Read More
Environmental Commission of Monterey Park
Have the local chamber of commerce sponsor an environmental high school film contest on the subject of carbon footprint. The event will bring together students, teachers, parents, school administrators, philanthropists, elected officials, promoters... Read More
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
With education at the forefront of the Living Light endeavor, a Solar Decathlon 2011 project from University of Tennessee, we want to provide ways to reach people of all ages and educate them about our home and sustainability. Enter Mr. Photon.
Eco-Auto Club at University of the South
So long as you have the power of innovation, there is no such thing as junk. The Eco-Auto Club, a student organization at Sewanee (The University of The South), has devised a method for reducing the miles per gallon of beat-up, old "clunkers." WATCH...
Second Nature
Question: Who do university presidents turn to for thoughts on sustainability? Frank Sesno of course. Our host will headline the upcoming Climate Leadership Summit, organized by Planet Forward member Second Nature.
City of Fayetteville, Arkansas
Every city and community is unique. It is unique in environmental conditions, culture and heritage, and in its people. That is why each city should use their existing resources; human, natural, and intellectual; to develop adaptive policies and... Read More
I found this federal bureaucracy on the web. Sent them my idea that could save the morale of our citizens and reduce so much unnecessary suffering when the price of [imported] oil shoots up. So far I have received no reply. Energy Workforce Study

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