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Mary Hoff 8h
What does community resilience really look like? via
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Opinion: A new generation of leaders understands that individual actions won’t fix our environmental problems on
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Roald B. Larsen 6h
As the climate heats up, efforts to build more resilient communities go beyond infrastructure via
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Chris Corbin Jul 21
Are bioplastics better for the environment than conventional plastics? via
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Pacific Northwest Building Resilience Coalition 8h
Across the U.S., flood survivors are growing in number — and they aren’t just seeking restitution, but answers via
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"Those in the vanguard of the environmental revolution that we so desperately need will not spend their waking hours discussing the finer points of eschewing plastic straws. They will be pounding on the doors of their Congressional representatives."
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AESS Jul 21
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Mary Hoff Jul 20
Scientists scramble to understand the invisible creatures around us before it’s too late via
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Mustafa Santiago Ali 15 May 18
U.S. environmental groups are largely white. Here’s what some are & some aren’t doing about it. “If we truly want to win on climate & environment we must have diverse leadership at organizations that protect Health & Environment”, Mustafa Ali
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Mary Hoff Jul 20
Take a look at some of the billions of organisms that keep our soil healthy via
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Jennifer Firn Jul 19
Climate change is fueling wildfires around the world. Can indigenous knowledge help us manage them? My answer to this is absolutely yes!! Important and inspiring piece by via
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Carolyn Lochhead Jul 16
Sounds like bioplastics need more work. via
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GreenBiz Jul 16
Scooters are a controversial issue in many communities. Seen as an environmentally friendly option or a public nuisance, often, their impact actually varies by city and local government. From :
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EHN Jul 17
Important piece from at — Can bioplastics play a role in tackling environmental problems? Or are they merely greenwashing? The most accurate answer is, it depends.
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Chris Kassotis Jul 17
Really nice piece on "bio-degradable" . TLDR: most are really not in normal environmental conditions, and may still have biological effects on humans/animals.
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Sonia Smallacombe Jul 18
Climate change is fueling wildfires around the world. Can indigenous knowledge help us manage them? via
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Amplify News Project Jul 18
Eating a green bed of lettuce grown with recycled wastewater might trigger concern or even disgust — a response known as the “yuck factor.” (via )
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Terry Tamminen Jul 18
Good summary of the pros/cons of "bio" + plastic. Bottom line? Use/waste less, because there are no easy, feel-good fixes to plastic pollution! Are bioplastics better for the environment than conventional plastics? via
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Responsible Business Jul 19
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Ensia Jul 19
As palm oil production ramps up in Africa, communities work to avoid problems plaguing other regions
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