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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
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
Tuvalu could be saying "too-da-loo" any day now. As ignorant as it may sound, I only heard about the Pacific Island of Tuvalu this past January during the Copenhagen climate summit talks, when representatives from the small snake-shaped country... Read More
Planet Forward
From Cornell University
Planet Forward
Discussing the biggest obstacles in our energy future
Planet Forward
How we can move rapidly away from fossil fuels
About a year ago I began looking into programs for environmental science and public policy. When I first began on this journey I was shocked to see have many major universities have one or the other but only about 25 have developed programs that are... Read More

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