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Coal Train in Oakland – People vs. Corporation

When I think about environmental justice, the first thing that comes to mind is Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World, where he described a...

“Friendly Floatees” and the Truth Behind the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

In 1992, a shipping crate containing 28,000 plastic bath toys was lost at sea when it fell overboard on its way from Hong Kong...

JOB OPENING: President and CEO

Award Amount: $5,000 annually Deadline: April 3, 2017 Location: This position telecommutes from anywhere in the United States. Consideration may be given to candidates outside of...

A Fast, Slap-in-Your-Face Overview of GMO’s

This Thanksgiving, you may have undergone some frenzied shopping for the big meal. You may have shopped at a Jewel or a Publix, or...

There’s Always a First Time for Everything: Climate March edition

Starting November 30th, there will be a conference in Paris in which world leaders from 195 countries will collaborate to create a plan regarding...

Climate Change: Who’s Hit the Hardest?

A few weeks ago, I sat in a fellows meeting with a national environmental organization I am a part of, discussing climate change and...

2015 Earth Saver Awards

The fact that young people across the world are deeply passionate about environmental issues should come as no surprise. The youth of today are...

Big Data: The Innovative Solution to Climate Change

There has been a lot of confusion surrounding what exactly the rumored concept of big data really is.  Broadly put, Big Data is the...

Innovation: The Key to a Sustainable Future

It's no question that every great achievement starts with a great idea. Take modern technology, for example. Think of every fascinating app on your cell...

Kuttlefish: A New Way to Save The Earth

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...