April 18, 2015

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Degrees of Speed

Millions of unemployed Americans need to upgrade their skills. Community colleges could be up to the task with help from Washington.

The Anthropocene Debate: Marking Humanity’s Impact

Scientists are considering whether to officially designate a new geological epoch to reflect the changes that homo sapiens have wrought: the Anthropocene.

Port Emissions Target of Trucking Group and EDF

The Coalition for Responsible Trucking (CRT) has teamed up with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to develop programs to reduce truck-related air emissions...

We Invest in Research, But What About Teaching?

Improving Science Education Requires Rethinking Academic Priorities

Study: ADHD linked to pesticide exposure

Children exposed to higher levels of a type of pesticide found in trace amounts on commercially grown fruit and vegetables are more likely...

Kodak Launches New Environmental Messaging Symbol; New Sustainability Website Also Created

A green and yellow leaf is now starting to help educate customers about the environmentally oriented benefits of KODAK Products and Services, and...

Building the Next Big Thing: Int'l Standards for Green Labels

The Green Purchasing forum was co-sponsored by Germany's Institute for Construction and the Environment and The Green Standard, a U.S. leader in green...

Stars help raise more than $1.5M for Tenn. flood relief

Country music singers and other entertainment stars in performing and answering phones to help raise more than $1.5 million for flood relief for...

Meet the Cultural Engineers

John is soon to be launching a new sustainability & strategy consultancy called Abundancy Partners

How the World's Largest Retailers are Stocking Shelves with Green Goods

Although companies in general and retailers in particular are going green in droves, there is still a wide range in just how far...



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