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  • Podcasts 1
    Top Podcasts For Environmental Activists
    Podcasts, a combination of the words “iPod” and “broadcasts”, are an environmentalist’s best friend. They analyze environmental legislation, offer tips on living an eco-friendly lifestyle, tell stories of victims of climate change, spark interest in sustainability issues around the globe...the list is endless! If you’re overwhelmed by all the podcasts out there, I offer you recommendations for the best episodes. more
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    The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Review With Results
    “Daily, our eating turns nature into culture, transforming the body of the world into our bodies and minds.” This is a quote from a classic, environmentally-relevant book called, The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan covers many sustainability concepts and analyzes American food production and consumer choices. After reading it, I decided to change my habits.   more
  • Greens and Grains recipe
    Healthy Greens And Grains Recipe
    The best dishes are the ones that taste great and are just as great for you. This is one of my family's favorite things to make and eat;  it is quick, easy, delicious, and healthy. more
  • EnergyStar partner school Rolling Valley student
    Where Advocacy and Decision-Making Meet
    You know how important it is to make our schools healthy places to learn and work. You also know how urgent it is to protect and repair our environment. But the fact is, change takes time. Ugh! What’s a school sustainability champion to do?   more
  • Winter Olympics 2
    Repercussions Of Climate Change On Prior Winter Olympics Locations
    Many cities who host the Winter Olympics, including Pyeongchang, South Korea, who is hosting the 2018 Games, will not be able to host in the future due to climate change. By 2050, due to the rapid increase in the average global temperature, 21 former host cities will not have proper conditions to host the games. The weather will not be cold enough in February for a sufficient amount of snow cover. As a result, the Games are only going to be able to be hosted in a few cities with consistent winter weather conditions. more
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    Plant-Based Power
    Recently I took the leap and finally transitioned to a fully plant-based diet. I am a big proponent of encouraging people to use their consumer choices to create a more sustainable future for the planet. That being said, I fully recognize that taking on life-altering changes is not always convenient or easy.   more
  • Solar 1
    A Reflection On Solar Energy
    Renewable energy is a form of electricity from sources that don’t run out. Although renewable means not diminished when used, I believe the word can be misleading because people tend to associate the term purely with “sustainable”. Let's look at this in terms of solar energy:   more

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