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Over the last nine months, juniors and seniors in Jim Maycomb’s Sustainable Development and Design class at Blue Desert High School have worked with local architect Ana Jemez to design the first 100% solar powered high school in the country... Read More »
New advances in high-yield crops are producing multiple benefits in the Amazon Jungle where forest dwellers historically have made ends meet by slashing and burning hundreds of acres of the rainforest daily to raise livestock for their sustenance... Read More »
Congress passed sweeping environmental legislation today that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles, trucks, coal-burning power plants and other polluters by a whopping 50% by 2027. The president applauded the new requirements,... Read More »
The Environmentally Friendly Auto Dealers Association (EFADA) released today the results of its five year-long study of how electric and hybrid cars are increasing the bottom line for the automobile industry and at the same time reducing greenhouse gas... Read More »