by Leah Feor July 20, 2016
Last week there were headlines in the news about an important discovery. Scientists, researchers, and environmental experts came together to present their findings of approximately 12,000 tree species identified in the Amazon Rainforest.
by Leah Feor July 15, 2016
While it’s understandable that there is a lot to grasp when it comes to carbon, it’s important that we begin to familiarize ourselves with the topic, and not shy away from it.
by Leah Feor July 04, 2016
I’ll be the first to admit, science was not my friend in high school. Although I enjoyed it as a kid, when I hit my teens it was a source of anxiety more than anything.
by Leah Feor July 01, 2016
A tree has so many benefits on its own – even just one tree planted can make a big impact to the global ecosystem. What about when we get many of them together, you know, like in a forest?
by Leah Feor June 24, 2016
Take a deep breath in….and now slowly exhale. Going back to your breathing can be an excellent technique to relax and center yourself.
by Leah Feor June 20, 2016
As this word becomes further integrated into our daily vocabulary, it’s important to make sure that we are all on the same page.
by Aleksandra Todorovska June 14, 2016
by Diana Chaplin June 01, 2016
by Aleksandra Todorovska May 27, 2014
by Aleksandra Todorovska May 26, 2014
Our carbon footprint is the yardstick by which we measure our impact on the world around us, and careful study reveals the truth in the saying "for every action there is an equal reaction" — especially when it comes to the planet.
Saying that we rack up HUGE carbon footprints as we make our way through the world is not an understatement. Every breath we take and every action we take echoes through the atmosphere. And sure, some footprints are a lot bigger than others, but only a few are so small that they don't have a noticeable impact. So instead of pointing fingers, let's explore some of the major factors that help to determine your unique carbon footprint.
by Aleksandra Todorovska May 25, 2014
Just because you're in college doesn't mean you can't reduce your carbon footprint. In fact, this is a great time to develop habits that will help you to be a lifelong friend of the planet. In addition, by making these changes yourself, you'll be part of a grassroots movement to improve your community and the world. Others will see what you do and make changes in their own lives.