Sustainability Archive

Florida Bans State Environmental Workers From Using the Term “Climate Change”

Florida is largely seen as the U.S. state that is most vulnerable to the effects of

29-year-old leaves NFL and $37 million contract to become farmer in order to feed the hungry

via Daily Kos St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown has left the NFL to pursue farming:

Criminal Justice, Environmental, Palestinian Movements Should Divest Together

It’s been a hard summer. Climate change contributed to the growth of toxic algae that poisoned the water

Louisiana Residents Warned of Brain-Eating Organism in Water Supply

For the third time in a year, Louisiana residents are being cautioned to watch out for

Bottled Water Comes From the Most Drought-Ridden Places in the Country

Via Mother Jones Bottled-water drinkers, we have a problem: there’s a good chance that your water

9 Ways To Live Sustainably

Happy Earth Day! I’ve been a realist [not an environmentalist] for almost 7 years now, each

Helping Close the Gap: Including Environmental Justice in Climate Action

On March 6, 2014 WE ACT for Environmental Justice hosted their first Environmental and Climate Justice

EMPOWERING A NEW GENERATION FOR A STRONGER ECONOMY & ECOSYSTEM #EnvironmentalJusticeMatters

Building the youth movement – “At the recent Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference, the BlueGreen Alliance was proud to

GenYnot Show : Political + Consumer Power of Millennials

Watch the new episode of #GenYnot here. 8PM ET/5PM PT Younger Americans are most progressive (56.6)

Why Nonprofit Storytelling Won’t Be Enough in 2014

Source: Huffington Post  Author: Shayla R. Price (Executive Director, National Search Dog Alliance) In 2014, nonprofits

Why government in the North needs youth voices

Via: The Globe and Mail  Written By: JAXSON KHAN AND MAXIMILLIAN SEUNIK Early this month, we travelled

People in Developing Countries Have No Use for the Incandescent Light Bulb

  There’s a simple technology that transforms our lives every day, and yet we rarely give

An exciting prospect: Learning Metrics Task Force leads shift in education sector

Via: A World at School  Posts by Chernor Bah If you have been paying attention, you

Tansa Clean Thinks the Future is Shit

There are 377 million Indians who live in India’s cities and then, there are the big

Correa: US Exceptionalism is Dangerous

US exceptionalism rhetoric poses extreme danger and is reminiscent of Nazi ideals and talk “before and