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What does climate change look like?

Recent reports in the US and UK begin to paint a picture of what climate change will look like for the average person.

The Problem with People

Does population-worrying deserve real consideration in our debate about how to protect the planet?

The Fine Line of Direct Action

A French climber known as 'spiderman' (Alian Roberts) is climbing skyscrapers for climate change.

Hummer, A Moral Dilemma

Is GM's sale of the Hummer morally reprehensible?

Big Decisions for the Smart Grid

As Smart Grids get rolled out across the US, serious questions are arising that will have big long-term consequences...

Earth what? Day?

Isn't there something about Earth that resists Day-izing?

Is second best still okay?

Is the fact that America is America a good reason for not passing an effective response to climate change?

Is it really happening?!

A little bit of hope at a time where everything environmental seems to kick in light-years into the future.

From ethics to ecology in MBAs

Ethics courses and pledges in business schools across America are just one very small step in the right direction.

Building a Personal Environmental Impact Report from Scratch

Last week Jeff Burke of UCLA pointed me in the direction of PEIR, a unique collaboration of cell phones and environmental software that allows individuals to create their own Personal Environmental Impact Reports (PEIR). It is really a revolutionary idea and allows participants to take ownership and responsibility for their everyday decision-making.


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