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Running the Numbers With Art
by Chris Jordan
In this striking speech Chris Jordan eloquently explains his Running the Numbers series of photographs: "This new series looks at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics. Each image portrays a specific quantity of something: fifteen million sheets of office paper (five minutes of paper use); 106,000 aluminum cans (thirty seconds of can consumption) and so on.
Chris Jordan on Colbert Report
by Chris Jordan
Photographer Chris Jordan shows Stephen Colbert how he makes art out of our excessive waste.
Ain’t No Reason
by Brett Dennen
Prepare to be moved. Brett Dennen shows in "Ain't No Reason" that we are connected to everything and everyone on earth.
AASHE 2nd Biennial Conference
This year's biennial conference of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Teaching Climate: Scientists and Kids Explore Global Warming
by Gary Braasch, Lynne Cherry
Award-winning photo-journalist Gary Braasch has joined forced with kids author Lyne Cherry to tell the story behind the big climate change headlines and introduce 5-8 graders to the science of global warming.
Teaching Global Warming in Tumwater
by Jana Dean
Jana Dean tells her inspiring story of what happened when she took teaching about climate change beyond the text books. What happens when you pause and listen to your student's fears and allow space for them to work through their feelings of powerlessness? In Tumwater they created a new recycling system for the entire school.
Teaching Climate: Digital Story Telling
BRIDGES to Understanding has developed teaching tools around the issue of Climate Change that focus on journaling and digital story telling for your students. As your students develop their stories you can follow the work of other schools on-line.
Recensión de libro: Mas allá de los cárceles
by Carol Estes
El nuevo libro de Laura Magnani y Harmon L. Wray, Beyond Prisons, es un manual fascinante para re-inventar la justicia criminal. Recensión por Carol Estes.
Pete Seeger :: Un músico revolucionario
by Sarah van Gelder, Pete Seeger
No es fama lo que ha estado buscando durante sus décadas de canto. “La fama es una trampa y una ilusión”, dice el. Él marchó por los derechos civiles de Selma a Montgomery, tocó música en los bancos de su amado rio Hudson, y fue celebrado en el Carnegie Hall. Ha estado trabajando por el cambio toda su vida, y ha visto realizarse algunas de sus más tiernas esperanzas.
Los jóvenes sienten el poder
by Shadia Fayne Wood
Los jovenes están cambiando el clima político respecto del clima. Nace un movimiento verde da la juventud.
¿Tienes miedo al clima?
by Joanna Macy
Si realmente estás prestando atención, es difícil escapar de un sentimiento de indignación, miedo, desesperación. La escritora Joanna Macy, profunda ecologista e intelectual budista, nos dice: Ni siquiera lo intentes. ¡Pero no te quedes atascado!
Reclama tu pedazo del cielo—se acaba rápidamente
by Peter Barnes
Hay una forma correcta y una equivocada de hacer el “comercio de emisiones”. Sentirás la diferencia en el clima—y en tu bolsillo.
Electricidad sostenible: Una abundancia asombrosa.
by Guy Dauncey
¿Sol o carbon, viento o nuclear? Podemos cubrir nuestra demanda energética con electricidad verde.
Edificios inteligentes ecológicos
by Guy Dauncey
Los Estados Unidos emiten el equivalente de 7,26 billones de toneladas de CO2 anuales y los edificios contribuyen con 2,49 billones de toneladas. Para cambiarlo necesitamos casas neutrales en carbono que crean su propia energia.
La solución yace en nuestra cena
by Guy Dauncey
La indústria agrícola crea el 18% de todas las gases de efecto invernadero a nivel global. Comer una dieta local y vegetariana es parte de la solución.