Blog Contest Entry – Time to Act

Time to Act By Alexander Cook Of all the problems the world faces, climate change is the most threatening. It’s a global issue: every country can...

Blog Contest Winner – Hidden Pipes, Hidden Wires

Hidden Pipes, Hidden Wires By James Cato It would be so much simpler to confront if we could just see it. My mind always drifts to environmental...

Blog Contest Winner – Life After Death

Life After Death By Haley Park What if I told you there’s a way to turn your death into something more than just an ending? Before the...

The Environmental Impact of Mattresses

The Environmental Impact of Mattresses By Rick Blanchard Americans dispose of 15 to 20 million mattresses each year. These discarded mattresses can take up 132,000 miles...

Blog Contest Winner – Stop Taking the Green Away from Grass

Stop Taking the Green Away from Grass By John Martinson Many of us are lucky enough to have things that we take for granted: bathrooms, beds,...

Blog Contest Winner – Waste Vegetable Oil Fuel

How A Waste Vegetable Oil Fuel Can Reduce Heating Emissions at Colleges and Universities By Sierra Spencer, Swarthmore College '18 Let me first set the stage....

Blog Contest Winner – Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching: The Hidden Deforestation Pandemic By Angelina Reyes Imagine a lush forest teeming with thousands of species of animals, living symbiotically with the flora. Stretching...

The Basics of Cap & Trade, Interspersed with Hilarious Gifs of...

There's seven billion of us here on Earth, and we have a problem you probably have heard of — global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel...

How to Help Save the World: School Edition

Recently, in my environmental studies class, I learned about the concept of the Anthropocene, which is the idea that we have now entered a...

How Many Earths Are You Living On?

7 billion people. 1 Earth. But with our current lifestyles, is 1 Earth really enough? The resources on our planet are finite, but the lifestyles...