Cory Booker’s presidential bid addresses environmental justice

Cory Booker’s presidential bid addresses environmental justice

Last Friday New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (D) announced his campaign for president. Booker, who is one of only 3 sitting African American senators, made his announcement on the first day of Black History Month likely as a symbol of his commitment to racial justice. The senator specifically has been outspoken on the issue of […]

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Interview with Ertharin Cousin On Climate and Food Insecurity

Interview with Ertharin Cousin On Climate and Food Insecurity

Ertharin Cousin is the Distinguised Fellow at the Center on Food Security and the Environment and the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.  She previously served as executive director of the World Food Programme from 2012 until 2017.

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One Fun Throwback for #Pour It Forward

One Fun Throwback for #Pour It Forward

Last night’s Super Bowl will, of course, be remembered for its best commercials!  Last year, Stella Artois made a splash with its #PourItForward campaign, teaming with Water.org to provide 5 years of clean water to someone in the developing world. They are continuing the campaign in 2019.  If you purchase a limited edition glass “chalice” you […]

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Rubber chicken is not fake news!

Rubber chicken is not fake news!

If you thought those frozen chicken nuggets from Perdue and Tysons Foods tasted terrible, there could be a reason why — they had bits of rubber and wood and unlabelled other products like milk (an allergen) in them.   Consumers found pieces of “soft, blue rubber” inside the food and contacted Tysons; similarly, consumers found wood […]

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Patriots win Super Bowl in world’s most sustainable sports venue

Patriots win Super Bowl in world’s most sustainable sports venue

Congratulations to the New England Patriots on their 6th Super Bowl win last night! While this is a huge achievement for Tom Brady, the real star of the show may have been the stadium in which the game was played. Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium is the world’s most sustainable sporting venue and has the highest LEED […]

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50 years after Santa Barbara oil spill, the call remains: ‘Get oil out’

50 years after Santa Barbara oil spill, the call remains: ‘Get oil out’

Fifty years after a California oil spill launched the modern environmental movement, we may finally be moving beyond the age of oil, and none too soon.

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