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Portland State University’s School of Architecture has i announced the launch of its new Center for Public Interest Design, a research center that aims to investigate and utilize the power of design to make social, economic and environmental change in disadvantaged communities worldwide. The Center is the first of ... keep reading
Cigarettes, plastic bags, food containers, caps, plastic bottles, and more litter the beaches in Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Inadequate management of waste at the local level poses a regional challenge, according to a new report by the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide(ELAW). "Waste management in Belize, Guatemala and Honduras is ... keep reading
From the amazing people at Mutualaidmedia, some terrifying background on the Keystone Pipeline http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9siVZrg8_n0 keep reading
We know we are screwed if we do nothing on climate change. Never mind that it will impact your children and grandchildren, you’re going to be around long enough for it to be a serious part of your life. And we know that the math looks terrifying on the ... keep reading
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) will assemble leading members of the climate science and finance communities June 3-4, 2013 in Washington DC to explore climate information needs for financial decision-making. AMS will present the workshop in partnership with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). The event is supported, in ... keep reading
Nesting green sea turtles are benefiting from marine protected areas by using habitats found within their boundaries, according to a U.S. Geological Survey study that is the first to track the federally protected turtles in Dry Tortugas National Park. Although their young feed on jellyfish and other invertebrates, adult ... keep reading
Melting glaciers account for one third of observed sea level rise according to Bristol university and a study published in Science.The research - which used multiple satellites and an extensive collection of ground data - was led by Professor Alex Gardner of Clark University and involved the efforts of 16 researchers ... keep reading
Ever since the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, we have become sharply aware of the hazards of extracting fossil fuels from the earth. This danger presents itself not merely on oil rigs but on pipelines and in processing plants with disturbing regularity ... keep reading
Carbon dioxide might be getting close to the infamous 400 parts per million (ppm) but here at Mosaic we’re finding hope in what we’re calling the 800 investors per million. That’s the number of people who have invested in our largest solar project ever, a 487 kW ... keep reading
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