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    Hey sliders, climbers, lovers, and nature conscience peoples,

    It has been a while since I have checked in from down south in Guatemala.  I now have nearly spent eight months in the country supported by the Peace Corps.  My activities here have been varied, sea turtle conservation, environmental education, lifeguard training and management, and most recently, beginning the process of building a school room out of trash.  Though these varied activities may put one to think how busy, active, progressive, and inspiring this experience is, the truth is, my original optimism has been gradually replaced with understanding and humility.  The most fundamental aspect in creating change is creating new patterns of thought, new ways of seeing the world, and reinforcing this consciousness. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Konrad Summers

    A long commute to work isn’t just time consuming (not to mention frustrating!), it’s bad for the environment, but a new Superbus being created by Dutch developers at the Delft University of Technology aims to cut down your commute. An added bonus? The prototype looks like a cross between the Batmobile and a stretch limo. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Andrew Spurgin

    Cooks Confab is a group of innovative chefs who come together to promote local, sustainable meals in hopes of bringing people together to support a great cause.Cooks Confab’s latest event School Lunch creates a local Farm-to-School connection in San Diego. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Official U.S. Navy Imagery

    Bad things come in threes, the proverb goes, and it has certainly been the case in Japan. First, there was the powerful earthquake. Second, a desolating tsunami. Third, an explosion at a nuclear power plant. Read more…

    Photo Credit: Nic McPhee

    Who doesn’t love a good trip to the theatre?  I recently came across a document that outlined a different kind of educational form of theatre called “Green Drama”.  The program is a training course that is intended to educate people about how to make positive environmental choices.  Their concept is fairly simple:

    Environmental Education + Drama = Green Drama Read more…

    Photo Credit: Paula

    Obviously climate change has detrimental effects on the environment, but who knew it could be the cause to an increase in human health problems? Read more…

    Photo Credit: Evadb

    Are you against whaling?  If so, then you will be happy to hear that anti-whaling activists are putting up a real fight over in Japan.  Recently, the Japanese ended its whaling season early, bringing all of the ships back to port due to “harassment” from environmental activists, such as Sea Shepherd.  Since Japan fisheries could no longer ensure the safety of the whalers, they were forced to end the season early.  Although the whaling has only ended for the season, this is a huge step in whale protection because it shows that activists are making whaling very difficult for places like Japan. Read more…

    Wireside Chat #6: Getting Outside

    Getting outside can mean everything. From childhood development to fighting depression and loneliness, nature is just as important to us as it is to our children. And as a society, we need to think of our time in nature not only as fun time, but as an investment in our health. Find out more in this week’s Wireside Chat.

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    Photo Credit: Sven

    Coupled with skyrocketing fuel charges, the levies on carbon-spouting planes to be imposed under the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) have airlines worrying about the cost of not going green. All airlines operating in the EU will be expected to cut emissions to three percent below the average annual figure for the period between 2004 and 2006 from 2012, and by an additional two percentage points in 2013. Read more…

    Photo: Tambako the Jaguar

    Trash, garbage, rubbish, what happens to all of it?  In the developed world especially it’s usually out of sight out of mind.  As long as it ain’t stankin up my kitchen, who knows/cares where it goes?  But as humans go on repopulating exponentially, so does their garbage.  The traditional remedy has been to bury it.  This solution causes pollution, and what’s more, we can’t just keep stuffing the earth full of our trash forever, right?  So, do we launch it into orbit for some alien race in another galaxy to deal with-tempting, but costly.  What if we could just kind of vaporize it, reduced it to near nothingness, like a superhero vanquishing his filthy nemesis. Read more…

    Keep reading and continue greening!

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    A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
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