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Editor’s note: Information from this blog post comes from https://kuttlefish.com/.Kuttlefish (or cuttlefish) known to be one of the most intelligent sea creatures, are often referred to...

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One of the best parts about environmental/NGO work is the component of multifaceted diversity to be tackled. I’m always excited to have the opportunity...

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Usually, when we think about gardening or farming, we think of growing food in the ground. However, recently there has been a development of...

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Editor’s Note: In this guest blog post from Barnard Middle School in Washington, DC, Mischa Walters, a 5th-grade student, talks about her experience with...

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Editor's Note: This blog post comes from Malina Japp and Callie Wolff of Evergreen Community Charter School. This 2014-2015 school year, Evergreen Community Charter...

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Editor's Note: This blog post comes from Munisa Akhmedova & Jessica Hernandez of New Voices School of Academic & Creative Arts. This 2014-2015 school year,...

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Editor's Note: This blog post comes from Youth Council Member, Sam Good. This 2014-2015 school year, Sam was involved with a Greening Forward funded...

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Have you ever wondered how the earth can possibly provide for the 7 billion people who currently inhabit it? Have you really thought about...

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67 pounds: it doesn't seem like much until you think about carrying it to your local landfill. It’s January 2015, which means we’re kicking...

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Ah nuclear power... The controversial energy giant that gave birth to the glorious stereotypes of mutated super-monsters, extra limbs, and deformed, glowing reptiles. For decades atomic...