July 5, 2016
by Celeste Tinajero
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Golden Pinecone Awards 2016

  GREENevada Hosts Community Environmental Awards Event — Golden Pinecone Awards 2016 to be Held at PepperMill on November 1   Reno, NV. – June 8,  2016.  Local nonprofit GREENevada announced that it will host the Golden Pinecone Awards 2016 … Continue reading

June 30, 2016
by Celeste Tinajero
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Social Science with Discovery

Social Science: Urban Sustainability With urban populations growing, exploring ways to make cities more livable and yet sustainable is key. At Social Science, you’ll investigate how citizens and cities are working together to improve quality of life by looking at … Continue reading

June 6, 2016
by Celeste Tinajero
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Man’s Garbage To Have Much More Significant Effect On Planet Than He Will

PEORIA, IL—Explaining that the waste he creates today will still be affecting society in significant ways centuries from now, experts from Northwestern University confirmed Tuesday that local resident Aaron Jacobson’s garbage will have a far greater impact on the world … Continue reading

May 31, 2016
by Celeste Tinajero
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A Walk in the Woods

by RICHARD LOUV Photo: Sonja Thomsen a few years AGO, I visited Southwood Elementary, the grade school I attended when I was a boy growing up in Raytown, Missouri. I asked a classroom of children about their relationship with nature. Many … Continue reading

May 20, 2016
by Celeste Tinajero
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Just How Much Power Do Your Electronics Use When They Are ‘Off’? By TATIANA SCHLOSSBERG MAY 7, 2016 Once upon a time, there was a difference between on and off. Now, it’s more complicated: Roughly 50 devices and appliances in … Continue reading