Social Responsibility


Improve Your Garden by Jumping on the Vermicomposting Trend

If you’ve spent the last year and a half trading social gatherings for gardening, you’re not alone. Millennials and Gen…

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Earth Just Got a New Ocean. What Does That Mean for the Planet?

On June 8th, World Oceans Day, the Earth gained official recognition for its fifth ocean. Although scientists have been referring…

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Birthrates and Population are on the Decline. What Does it Mean for Our Planet’s Future?

Back at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were a lot of jokes about baby booms and a generation…

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Cultured Meat

The Switch to Cultured Meat Could Change Environmental Impacts in a Major Way

If you’ve been reading the news lately, you’ve probably seen the brouhaha that ensued when people mistakenly believed that President…

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Beyond a Buzzword: What Does Bitcoin Have to do With the Environment?

It’s hard to escape hearing about bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency. Not only has its value skyrocketed in the…

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nuclear test

Newly Released Nuclear Test Footage Shows Devastating Environmental and Atmospheric Effects

There’s no question that nuclear weapons can cause massive damage. One only has to look at the after-effects of the…

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Sustainable Plastic

New Plant-Based Sustainable Plastic Alternatives Could Change the World

Plastic is convenient and versatile, but it’s also an ecological scourge on the planet. Even if recycling is your religion,…

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Heritage Farming Practices Could Save Our Soil

Go to any chain grocery store today and you’ll find a growing section for organic fruits and veggies in the…

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Embrace Darkness: Light Pollution Isn’t Getting the Attention it Should

Imagine walking outdoors at night to be greeted with millions of stars, visible nebulas and galaxies. Over 100 years ago,…

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Episode #44 It’s Good to Wrap It

  2020 has come to an end. Janna and Evan pop a bottle of champagne and recpa some of their…

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Our Kids are Worried About the Environment, According to Child Psychologists

The children are our future. We’ve all heard this statement before and there’s a lot of truth in it. The…

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She/He/They: The Power of Pronouns in Our World Today

Do you take for granted that people know you want to be referred to as “he” or “she?” If so,…

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