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The Green Economy Takes All Kinds (Even Business Majors)

3/31/2011 // By Max Greenberg

I almost missed it in a week of big news and early baseball, but this op-ed from Sunday’s Richmond Times-Dispatch brings up a few good points about America’s growing green economy: A few years ago, there was a predicted shortage […] Read more >

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Chill Out: Submit Your Campus’ Video Today

10/21/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

NWF is hosting its fifth annual national Chill Out: Climate Action on Campus competition. Enter your video, and you could win one of many prizes for your school. Read more >

NWF Activist Joins White House Clean Energy Economy Forum

12/2/2009 // By Miles Grant

The Obama administration is hosting Clean Energy Economy Forum at the White House tonight. Read more >

‘Generation E’ Leading Campus Sustainability Revolution

11/20/2009 // By Amanda Cooke

NWF’s Campus Ecology program has released its anticipated study of Generation E: Students Leading for a Sustainable, Clean Energy Future, which highlights the unique and critical role college students play in the climate flight. Published just weeks before the international […] Read more >

Wolves Do It, Moose Do It, Even Orange Clownfish Do It. Will You?

10/15/2009 // By Julia Marden

Today a college student will graduate with thousands in debt and a difficult job search. Tomorrow, if we take action now to confront the climate challenge, college students might find themselves in a booming green jobs market. Today, American children […] Read more >

Laid-off Auto Workers Re-train for Green Jobs

8/3/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

America’s community colleges are moving toward re-training America’s workforce. One school in Dearborn, Michigan is an example. The Straits Times reports: “In a crowded classroom at Henry Ford Community College, laid off auto workers are learning how to install and […] Read more >

“The Quiet Generation” No More

11/15/2007 // By Kristin Johnson

NWF Campus Field Director Lisa Madry just emailed around a great recap of Power Shift 2007 that I had to share… It was amazing to have the opportunity to experience the energy of 6,000 students converging at the University of […] Read more >