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A couple of years ago, when Steve Jobs appeared before the Cupertino, Calif., City Council to discuss Apple's proposed new campus, he mentioned that the company had even hired a "senior arborist" from Stanford. Since then, the identity of that arborist...
READER SUBMITTED: Students Raise $2,900 To Flow Clean Water To Indigenous Families In Peru's Amazon RainforestBristolRainforest Flow Banks: Area Students make a $2,900 Drop for Change. In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, St. Joseph's School in Bristol, made banks out of used 16.9 oz water bottles as part of the Rainforest Flow Banks program being piloted by...
Tags: Students, Peru, Education, Teaching and Learning, New Britain
For too long, many environmentalists have been ambivalent about nuclear energy. It conjures fears: meltdowns, cancers, Chernobyl, Fukushima, overtones of nuclear bombs. Yet, we also know that nuclear power provides 70 percent of all the greenhouse gas-...
Summer's coming up quick, and the Southland's craft breweries are preparing a varied slate of new brews to bottle (or can) for your summertime celebrations. Summer Ale and IPAs Golden Road Brewing has begun to can a new seasonal beer for the warmer...
What does South Florida nature look like? For 12-year-old Jordan Hessler, it's a canvas of clouds, the sun, palm trees and a bobbing boat. His vision is emblazoned on tote bags now for sale at Whole Foods Market in Coral Springs. The boy won a contest...
Tags: Coral Springs, Whole Foods Market, Tamarac
When Muslim students at Sandburg High School were brainstorming ways last year to combat negative thinking about Islam, they came up with the idea of an informal group that would nourish their culture and religion as well as combat stereotypes. Now...
If electric cars are to succeed, they need to be more visible. Only approximately 50,000 were sold nationwide last year, and that means that, everywhere but California, they're still pretty much under the radar. I've long believed that car buyers are...
The newest classroom at Hawthorne Elementary School in Elmhurst is like all other classrooms — at least in some ways. It has seating for students, a spot in front for the teacher and loads of instructional materials. But instead of the books and...
Staff WriterSaige Mayfield, 11, from Imperial, said she loves the environment and felt the best way to learn more about preserving our environment was by attending Earth Day at Bucklin Park. On Saturday hundreds of families and children learned green conservation...
Climate change is causing glaciers to melt, heat waves to become more intense, species to become extinct and low-lying island nations like Tuvalu to disappear altogether. To this list of calamities, U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee has added another: Climate...
Central Library 10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia. 410-313-7800. •All Together Now. Saturdays, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. All ages; 30 minutes. •Crafternoon. Wed., April 3, 2 p.m. Drop in and make crafts. •Employment Edge. April 4, 6:...
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