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By Teryn Norris & Daniel Goldfarb This article originally appeared at the National Journal Energy Expert Blog as part of a special series called “Can The U.S. Keep Up In Clean Energy Race?“ U.S. economic leadership is at a crossroads. Recent outlooks suggest we may experience long-term stagnat...
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The Conference is being held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Denver on October 7 to the 9th and for the 2nd time Earth Protect will present at this Conference. WWW.GLOBALCOMMERCEFORUM.ORGThe International Conference on Energy, Logistics and the EnvironmentTheme: Achieving Sustainability through Collabor...
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The conference theme is Sustainability Though Collaboration and Responsible Global Commerce. Date/Venue: October 7-9, 2010; Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver, Colorado. The conference focuses on the transportation (logistics) and energy industries because these industries constitute a large percentage of ...
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Digging up and pulling out invasive weeds or checking the quality of water in a creek may not be the way many students plan to spend a day off from school, but nine First Creek students in the Science Club were participating in Martin Luther King Jr.’s Day of Service on Jan. 18. It was also the kic...
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On Saturday, April 10, 100 people will organize community-based, environmentally-focused, youth-led service projects for Global Youth Service Day 2010 and beyond. read more here http://nextstepadventure.com/2010/03/07/join-the-movement/
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By Ouisa D. Davis We say that the future is in the hands of our youth; that is even more the case in the current age of technology and human advancement. Some of the most pressing problems of our world and our community can be identified and addressed with the eyes of the young; eyes that are clear...
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Global Youth Service Day, originally launched and known as National Youth Service Day in the United States, is a coordinated annual event which gathers young people around the world in conducting community service, service learning, and youth voice activities that benefit their communities, their co...
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Hi everybody, I'm Amanda and I'm a student at Environmental Charter High School. My role here at the school is to spread the "Green Change" throughout my school by Selling Kanteens and Chico bags to everybody in my school. My goal is to for all the soccer, baseball, basketball, and softball players ...
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We Are the Green Ambassadors. We are an organization that works with teenagers or young adults and teach them the environmental problems and not just that we also teach them what to do about it. We as an organization help the students live differently. I am a student who was changed by joining the ...
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Is It Time to Transition To 21 Hour Work Weeks? Less paid work means more civic involvement, satisfied lives & ecological sustainability By Matt McDermott I've been sitting with the New Economic Foundation's 21 hours report for a week now. Sometimes these things just have to percolate for a w...
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Reserva Biológica Tirimbina (RBT) is located in Sarapiqui a scant 15 km from one of the most studied reserves in the world, La Selva Biological Station. This station claims more than 45 years of study and produces two scientific articles each week. From the proximity, one would expect not to find gr...
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Celebrate No Trash Week by not making any! Get some friends together, advertise to your email address book, announce it on your blog, post flyers (previously used paper, of course) at your work and school! Tell everyone it's happening, then participate! How do you participate? Strive to make no tra...
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I. Introduction Recent times have witnessed a global concern for the environment. Protection of environment has posed not only a major challenge but also a social and moral responsibility in the present society. In point of fact, the subject of environment has interested the general public and caug...
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Nations around world look at a banby Joan Lowy Imagine a world without plastic shopping bags. It could be the future. There is a growing international movement to ban or discourage the use of plastic bags because of their environmental effects. Countries from Ireland to Australia are cracking down...
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Right now you can do one thing – to celebrate Earth Day, to change your life and to make our world greener. It’s simple and you don’t have to spend money or wait for other people to get their act together. Go to www.tenhabits.org and pledge to change one habit for six months. You’ll see ten straigh...
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Oil spills don't just happen when drunk supertanker captains screw up. There are small spills all over waiting to happen. I keep noticing this so I had to write about it.  Little tiny oil spills waiting to happen. There is one in my carport that I have to look at everyday. Someone who doesn't ...
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Unless we act soon, the Great Disaster of 2050 will occur. From 100thoughts.blogspot.com/2009/04/great-disaster-of-2050.html Currently, we are experiencing the "Perfect Storm" trifecta disasters of the meltdown of the housing, stock, and financial markets. All of these bubbles that burst in 2008 w...
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Smart ShoppingBuy what you need, not what you want.Consider renting and borrowing things that are seldom needed.Buy used items from garage sales and second-hand stores. Simple SaversReplace incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs.Use aerators on faucets and shower heads.Weatherstrip...
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The authors of the book, The Urban Homestead: Your Guide to Self-sufficient Living in the Heart of the City, Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen, visited Environmental Charter High School and Green Ambassadors to promote sustainability within urban areas showing our students the alternative ways to create ...
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"When the wisdom of the Grandmothers is heard, the world will heal."--Native American Prophecy Whoever really listens to Grandma? Seriously. She doesn't email, she doesn't text, she certainly doesn't have a blog. If you tell her you have one, she'll probably suggest you get it off before it stains....
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