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In Search of the Sustainable City: The Hammarby Model

For the first time in world history, a majority of Earth’s people currently live in cities. Every day, thousands of people around the world uproot themselves to move from the …

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12.15.2016

Seeking justice in a world of environmental racism

Members of the Flint community, 42% of whom are living below the poverty line, were told for eighteen consecutive months that their water was safe to use. Meanwhile, …

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03.09.2016

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Moral Considerability and Environmental Degradation

A few months ago I attended University of Oregon’s Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) in Eugene, OR, and listened to a lecture by Dr. Stephanie Jenkins entitled Moral …

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07.27.2015

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Methane Capture and Use as Clean Energy Source

Our daily activities emit greenhouses gases (GHGs) such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) into the atmosphere. These green house gases are responsible for global warming. GHGs …

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06.16.2015

My Renewable Energy Training in Israel Experience and It’s Relevance to Developing Countries

Attending the 2015 Renewable Energy as a Catalyst for Regional Development training seminar has been a rewarding and unique experience, particularly because of the opportunity to speak …

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05.28.2015