November 18, 2013
by Celeste Tinajero
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Leave No Trace for the backcountry and frontcountry

Hello everyone! KTMB staff member and Program Manager (and GREENevada partner), Jaime Souza, here. I recently stepped off the trail in the Grand Canyon National Park, as a newly appointed Leave No Trace Master Educator. I received a scholarship from … Continue reading

October 21, 2013
by Celeste Tinajero
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Black Rock Solar Wins National Award

Post by Black Rock Solar, 10/14/13 Black Rock Solar will receive the Brian D. Robertson Solar Schools Memorial Fund Award at the Solar Power World Top Contractors Gala in Chicago Black Rock Solar began as a volunteer crew installing a … Continue reading

October 17, 2013
by Celeste Tinajero
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America Recycles Day – November 15th

Blog post by Nicole Goehring, Nevada Recycles Any event you host in November that provides education and encourages participation in recycling and waste reduction can be registered along with hundreds of other events across the country at www.AmericaRecyclesDay.org. Show your … Continue reading

October 11, 2013
by Celeste Tinajero
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IPCC Report Release: No Surprises Here

October 4th, 2013 by Rebecca Anderson, Alliance for Climate Change Last Friday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its Summary for Policy Makers for Working Group I of 5th Assessment Report, called “The Physical Science Basis”. A few … Continue reading

October 1, 2013
by Celeste Tinajero
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GREENevada Student and Teacher Leadership Retreat

Blog by Catherine Leon, Black Rock Solar GREENevada, the environmental education group that Black Rock Rock Solar co-founded in 2010, hosted its first ever Student and Teacher Leadership Retreat this past week. Eleven teachers and twenty-six students from nine different … Continue reading