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Arnold Arboretum Clean-Up Day: Love your Block

Environment,USGBC Massachusetts

by ChristinaC Marketing Student

Arnold Arboretum Clean-Up Day: Love your Block May 13 | 10am-1pm Arnold Arboretum: Bussey Brook Meadow 395 South Street, Boston MA 02130 Join EPMA in supporting the City of Boston’s Love Your Block: Civic Engagement Week for a park c… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 415 views | Posted on: 04/28/2017 | Last updated: 04/28/2017

The Future of Food: Climate, Crops, and Consequences Lecture Series

Climate Change,Agriculture

by ChristinaC Marketing Student

The Future of Food: Climate, Crops, and Consequences Lecture Series May 8 | 4:00pm Biological Labs Lecture Hall, 16 Divinity Ave., Cambridge The Future of Food: Climate, Crops, and Consequences Lecture Series, organized by the Harvard … more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 1231 views | Posted on: 04/28/2017 | Last updated: 04/28/2017

Job Opportunity: Assistant to the New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) Board

clean energy,New England Women In Energy and the Environment

by ChristinaC Marketing Student

Job Opportunity: Assistant to the New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) Board Position: Part-time Assistant to the Board, Contract Position (about 20 hours per week) Description of Responsibilities: Membership/Volu… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 443 views | Posted on: 02/08/2017 | Last updated: 02/08/2017

Community and Urban Gardening: Both An Environmental And Healthy Choice

Environment,Sustainable Living,Green Living,Sustainable Food,healthy living,Urban Gardens,Community Garden,Long Island Community gardens,Organic Authority

by EmmamHowe Marketing/Green Policy Development

Over the past few years, urban farms and community gardens have become increasingly popular throughout the United States. In fact, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations reports that 800 million people worldwide grow ve… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 1232 views | Posted on: 07/21/2016 | Last updated: 02/02/2017

Wow, Check out this Sea Change Map of Boston in 2050 and 2100

Climate Change,Boston,Flooding

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

See what happens in 2050 and in 2100 generally, and with a major flood event. We've got some climatechange mitigation work to do. http://seachange.sasaki.com/ Thanks Mike Duclos for pointing this out at the USGBC MA PLEED v Pas… more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 2270 views | Posted on: 12/15/2016 | Last updated: 12/15/2016

Composting 101: Tips for Everyday Composting at Home (You Can Do It!)

Green Home,Environment,Sustainable Living,Green Living,Nature Conservation,Conservation,Composting

by EmmamHowe Marketing/Green Policy Development

Green Tips For Composting At Home: If you’re thinking about taking up more green living practices, composting can be a great place to start. While composting may seem mysterious or complicated, it’s actually a simple and natural proc… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 4213 views | Posted on: 07/13/2016 | Last updated: 11/03/2016

Bill McKibben "On the fate of the Earth" Lecture - Thursday, November 10, 7-8:30, NY NY

Climate Change,Bill McKibben

by aahassonjee

Bill McKibben ON THE FATE OF THE EARTH by The Nation Institute, The New School, and the Tishman Environment and Design Center a Thursday, November 10 7 – 8:30 PM EST The New School University Center Tishman Auditorium 63 5th Ave… more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 608 views | Posted on: 10/19/2016 | Last updated: 10/19/2016

Global Green Development Goals: The Need For Sustainable Cities

Green Building,Climate Change,LEED,USGBC,COP21,Sustainable Cities,Urban Development,Green Cities,WGBC,IPCC Fifth Assessment Report

by EmmamHowe Marketing/Green Policy Development

There is a direct correlation between climate change and buildings, according to the World Green Building Council (WGBC) CEO Terri Willis. With the increasing incidence of dangerous climatic events such as flooding, heat waves, earthquakes,… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 3213 views | Posted on: 07/29/2016 | Last updated: 08/08/2016

What is a bionic leaf?

Sustainability,biofuel,leaf,bionic

by JackSawyer Student

A bionic leaf? It may sound like something out of a Star Trek movie, but on June 2nd scientists at Harvard University announced that they have created an artificial leaf that is able to perform photosynthesis ten times better than its natur… more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 1485 views | Posted on: 06/04/2016 | Last updated: 08/08/2016

Clean Food Labels Could Change The Future Of The Food Industry

Sustainable Living,Green Living,Sustainable Food,healthy living,Clean Eating,Clean labels,Innova,Whole Foods,Trader Joes

by EmmamHowe Marketing/Green Policy Development

It is clear now more than ever that the “clean label” is no longer simply a tend in the food chain industry. Last year, one out of every 10 new food products in the US and over 9% of all global new product launches were given an “orga… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 2087 views | Posted on: 08/05/2016 | Last updated: 08/05/2016

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