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NASA and Eco-Schools USA – Get Your Techno On!

11/2/2010 // By Laura Hickey

The inaugural NASA/Eco-Schools USA Climate Change Connections professional development institute is happening this week just outside of Washington, DC. Read more >

Colleges & Universities Share Advice on Financing On-Campus Renewable Energy Installations at AASHE

10/11/2010 // By Cheli Cresswell

At the AASHE Conference campus leaders from diverse backgrounds gathered to share their knowledge, experience and advice on a variety of topics — among them the perennial question of “I want to help my campus adopt sustainable energy practices, but how do I pay for it?” Read more >

Automotive Xprize–still more super-efficient vehicles are here today

9/17/2010 // By NWF

This post was written by Zoe Lipman, Senior Analyst of Climate and Energy Policy for National Wildlife Federation. Yesterday on the lawn of the DC Historical Society, the Xprize foundation awarded $10 million in prizes to three teams who built […] Read more >

Reduce, Reuse, ReTweet

4/13/2010 // By NWF

New courses and campaigns that take place online, specifically in social media, are changing the way students and staff talk about sustainability. Read more >

TALK L8R! 2 MUCH TXT-ING, GOING OUTSIDE

1/21/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

The bottom line—families need to Be Out There more than they are. Kids who spend time outside have fitter bodies, better eyesight, less stress, and better grades.
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School Daze and Frog Craze

11/9/2009 // By Mary Quattlebaum

Mary Quattlebaum shares a favorite book about a scientist whose career resulted from a childhood love of frogs. Read more >

The Snow Leopard: So Much More Than An Operating System

8/31/2009 // By Danielle Brigida

Apple’s newest system upgrade brings attention to one of the most majestic large cats out there, the snow leopard. It would be a shame to know more about Apple’s product than the Snow Leopard itself, so I wanted to share […] Read more >

Migration Begins!

8/24/2009 // By David Mizejewski

August is waning and school is about to start.  Even though it’s technically still summer for another whole month, fall migration is already beginning for some species. The change of seasons is an important influence on animal behavior. Whether it’s the […] Read more >

Chill Out goes to Hollywood!

8/21/2009 // By Jen Fournelle

Our Chill Out: Campus Solutions to Global Warming program has been nominated for an award from The Imagen Foundation for its positive portrayals of Latinos and Latino culture in entertainment.  NWF is thrilled to be nominated for this prestigious award! […] Read more >

Success: Elephant Gets An Artificial Leg

8/16/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

We can rebuild her–we have the technology…. Jack Loftus at Gizmodo Science reports: “Motola, like so many who must share their lives with former war zones and forgotten minefields, lost a limb in 1999. Thankfully, she walked again today courtesy […] Read more >