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...

“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...

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...