June, 2008

Seven Tips for Bird Feeding on a Budget

It’s no secret that the economy has slowed down in recently months.  Gas and grocery prices are up, and we’re all looking for ways to save a buck. So what’s …

Round-Up from the Chronicle of Higher Education

  |   June 9, 2008

Several posts over at the Buildings & Grounds blog have caught our eye recently for their focus on environmental initiatives on campus. Part of The Chronicle of Higher Education‘s site, …

GOP Filibuster Can't Slow Momentum for Climate Action in 2009

  |   June 6, 2008

Though an attempt to break through Senate Republican leadership’s filibuster fell short, today’s historic U.S. Senate vote on the Climate Security Act, the strongest global warming bill ever acted on …

Vote Creates Momentum to Continue the Fight

  |   June 6, 2008

Thank you to everyone who worked so hard with us this week on the Climate Security Act. I am pleased with all the new and important voices that joined together …

They Need to Be Held Accountable

  |   June 5, 2008

The Climate Security Act being debated today is the most important climate legislation our lawmakers have ever considered. This bipartisan bill would reduce global warming pollution, recharge America’s economy by …

Island Nation Going Under While Our Lawmakers Delay

  |   June 5, 2008

The president of Kiribati said today his country may already be doomed by climate change. At international meetings on climate change this week, President Anote Tong listened in frustration while …

Here We Go! Call to Action on the Climate Security Act

  |   June 5, 2008

Here we go! We are getting the vote we have been looking for on the Climate Security Act (S. 3036) tomorrow morning at about 10 am. There could be an …

The Big Vote – Your Action Needed Today on Climate Bill

  |   June 5, 2008

We are getting the vote we have been looking for on the Climate Security Act (S. 3036) tomorrow morning, Friday, at about 10 am. There could be an agreement later …

Two Steps Forward on Global Warming Legislation

  |   June 4, 2008

Senate debate this week on climate change is a step forward, even if it doesn’t produce a law limiting carbon emissions. A vote on such legislation was unthinkable as recently …

5 Wild Edible Foods

For most folks, dinner comes neatly packaged from the grocery store. But before it reaches the shelves, all of our food comes from the land in one way or another. And …

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