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Why Being Pro-Business Does Not Mean Being Anti-Environment

March 5, 2021 Blog 0

By Scott Kase For far too long, successful business ventures have come at the expense of sustainability and environmental protection. The main critique of business’s...

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Why Sports Need to Be the Next Frontier for Climate Activism

February 16, 2021 Blog

By Shoa Moosavi “Mars.” “Jimi Hendrix’s ‘The Sky is Crying.’” “The apocalypse.”  These are a few of the comments made by Oakland Athletics players and...

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The Myth of Recycling

December 10, 2020 Blog 0

By Elizabeth Nguyen R-E-C-Y-C-L-E, please recycle each and every day! This song was my first formal education in sustainable living. For a whole day of...

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Unexpected Consequences: Climate Change and Malaria

November 2, 2018 Blog 0

My name is Paul Roepe, I am a professor of chemistry in Georgetown College and a professor of biochemistry & cellular & molecular biology at...

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Chile’s Drive to Renewable Energy: A Conversation with Dr. Paul Sullivan

October 22, 2018 Blog 0

Last spring, Dr. Paul Sullivan returned from an energy field study in Chile and sat down with Core Pathways to discuss some observations from his...

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CARBON ZEROW – A CARBON NEUTRAL TRANSALTANTIC OCEAN ROWING EXPEDITION.

June 16, 2018 Blog 0

by Brian Kerr: Team CarbonZerow Georgetown MSFS Class of 2019 I was a part of a team of 4 persons who successfully completed the Talisker...

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Introducing the Tipping Points Project

June 15, 2018 Blog 0

This blog post was written by Dr. Dagomar Degroot, Georgetown University. It was pulled from the Historical Climatology host site (https://www.historicalclimatology.com/blog/introducing-the-tipping-points-project) on Jun 15th 2018.  4/30/2018...

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5 tips to get your climate ideas off the ground:

June 13, 2018 Blog 0

By Kelsey Harrison: At the same time that I was starting as a Pathways Fellow, last winter, I was entering my second semester in the...

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Pathways of Possibility

September 18, 2017 Blog 0

by Randall Amster The climate is changing rapidly, with effects being felt in real-time and not just on the inexorable scale of geological eons. Our...

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