Category Archives: Sustainability in the News

Why Solar Panels are Becoming a Middle-Class Commodity

Solar panels have been prevalent in the news for several years now and were first thought out to be an expensive investment, but, with technology advances and a lot of research, solar panels are now affordable and accessible to virtually … Continue reading

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Endangered Species: You Can Help!

There are currently over 16,000 endangered species around the world due to causes such as deforestation, industrialization, and climate change. Although there are some forces that we cannot stop, there are some ways we can help. Read the article below … Continue reading

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Hope for the Dramatic Climate Change

By now, we have all probably realized the weather has been all over the place the past few years; crazy snow storms to sweltering, hot temperatures (especially these past few weeks). These factors are due to the amount of greenhouse … Continue reading

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What’s Actually Driving Opponents of the Clean Power Plan?

Climate change is a global issue; this means that everyone is affected and therefore has to work together to combat this problem. Some though, argue that the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan is a waste of money, time and … Continue reading

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9/21 People’s Climate March

As is noted on the People’s Climate March Website: “In September, world leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. UN Secretary­ General Ban Ki-­moon is urging governments to support an ambitious global … Continue reading

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