“How the Field Museum accelerated sustainability”

“If you’ve traveled to Chicago, you likely are familiar with the Field Museum, a grand building from 1893 filled with world-class artifacts and active research on one of the world’s top natural history collections. While this building houses… Read More

“5 Times People Used Trees to Change the World”

“In honor of Earth Day, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite National Geographic stories on people making a big impact around the world through trees—planting them, climbing them, and advocating for them. Here are five stories celebrating… Read More

“Visit These 6 Countries Known For Sustainable Tourism”

“There are lots of beautiful places in the world. Lots. Without seeming overly alarmist, though, they are dwindling in number. Climate change, population growth, urban overdevelopment, overtourism, and loss of biodiversity are all contributing to detrimental change that… Read More

“In Norway, an Ambitious New Standard for Green Building Is Catching On”

“In Drøbak, Norway, there’s a little school that’s one of the most unique — and possibly the greenest — in the world. On top, solar panels face the sun at a 33-degree angle, and beneath, energy wells tap… Read More

“In Norway, an Ambitious New Standard for Green Building Is Catching On”

“In Drøbak, Norway, there’s a little school that’s one of the most unique — and possibly the greenest — in the world. On top, solar panels face the sun at a 33-degree angle, and beneath, energy wells tap… Read More

“How the Paris climate accord is becoming reality at UC”

“Universities across the United States have set ambitious goals to shrink their carbon footprints, including the University of California, which launched its Carbon Neutrality Initiative in 2013, aiming for carbon neutrality by 2025. But amid broad support for… Read More

“73 Percent of Millennials are Willing to Spend More Money on This 1 Type of Product”

“”Despite the fact that Millennials are coming of age in one of the most difficult economic climates in the past 100 years, they continue to be most willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings–almost three-out-of-four respondents,” says Nielsen.”… Read More

“Climate Change Threatens Bird Migrations, Habitats In San Diego County”

“On a recent, bright and early morning at Lake Murray, a dozen birding enthusiasts gazed through binoculars, seeking a glimpse of the feathered species singing in the brush- and tree-covered landscape. “I have a California thrasher in my… Read More

“Can 1.5 million college students address climate change?”

https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/can-15-million-college-students-address-climate-change

“Can Throwing a Tantrum Help Save Us From Climate Change?”

“Climate scientist Michael E. Mann and children’s book author Megan Herbert want kids (and maybe also adults) to learn that their voices can and must be heard.” http://therevelator.org/tantrum-climate-change/