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The Need for LEED

March 25, 2021 Blog 0

By Michael DuTot Over the last decade, Philadelphia has experienced worsening air quality, fiercer floods, and more frequent heat waves. In 2017, Philadelphia faced 16...

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The Impact of Neonicotinoids on Songbird Migrations

March 18, 2021 Blog 0

By Elizabeth Nguyen Imagine if humans were knowingly poisoning native plants and animals with neurotoxins similar to nicotine. Well, the widespread use of neonicotinoid pesticides...

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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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Carbon and Capitalism – False Promises for Farmers

November 30, 2020 Blog 0

By Seamus Masterson It’s become quite clear over the past couple years that our country needs serious climate change legislation. Wildfires are destroying many areas...

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Solar Geoengineering: Our Future?

November 20, 2020 Blog 0

By Julia Stone Imagine some of the most populous cities around the world underwater: Miami, San Francisco, New York, Venice, Hong Kong. All of these...

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Vegans Are Falling From Their High Horses

November 9, 2020 Blog 0

By Stephanie Varin In the age where everyone seems to be or know a tree-hugging, leaf-eating, critter-cuddling environmental activist, it’s easy to feel accosted by...

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GU Fossil Free Student on Georgetown’s Road to Divestment

February 18, 2020 Blog 0

By Sadie MorrisSFS ’22 Student in the Climate Change Pathway, Member of GU Fossil Free On Feb. 6, 2020, Georgetown University became one of the...

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Author of “Kochland” Speaks to Core Pathways Students about Big Business and Climate Change

February 10, 2020 Blog 0

By Caroline Healey, Student at Georgetown University, Project Associate at the Designing the Future(s) Initiative On Jan. 23, university students gathered for a dinner and...

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