January, 2013

A Changing Climate and Keystone XL — Yes They’re Connected

Are you familiar with tar sands oil? It’s the black sheep of the oil family. It’s extremely difficult to get out of the ground (using three times as much water as …

The Future of Campus Sustainability

On the afternoon of Tuesday, January 29, as part of the Johnson County Community College Center for Sustainability webinar series, Dr. Jay Antle, Executive Director, and Dave Newport, Director of …

Loggerhead shrike

Photo of the Day: Loggerhead Shrike

Photo by Matt Bryant See more of Matt Bryant’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one of your nature photos to be the next Photo …

Thousands Brave the Cold to Say NO to Tar Sands in New England

Sub-zero temperatures were no match for an enthusiastic crowd in Portland, who protested a plan to bring the world’s dirtiest oil through their backyard.

Protecting Our National Treasures by Confronting Climate Change

River otter

Photo of the Day: Curious River Otter

Cedar waxwing feeding on white mulberry

Nonnative Plants: Ecological Traps?

Advice from Moms & Dads on Getting Outside, Even When It’s Chilly

On January 17, Be Out There held its first ever Facebook Chat, “Bundle Up and Be Out There.” We asked for tips, tricks, success stories, and even some concerns about getting …

Pine Middle School Teaches Life Skills and Environmental Stewardship in the Garden

On any given day at Edward Pine Middle Schoolin Reno, Nevada, you can find students out in the school garden: building raised bed boxes, weeding, filling them with compost or …

Northern harrier searching for prey

Photo of the Day: Northern Harrier On The Hunt

Photo by Larry Keller See more of Larry Keller’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one of your nature photos to be the next Photo …

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