Environmental News Roundup – Mar. 4, 2015

Baby Tortoises Born On Galapagos Island For First Time In A Century For the first time in more than one hundred years, researchers have found newborn baby tortoises on the tiny Galapagos island of Pinzón. It’s a major win for a population … Continue reading

How To Keep Your Summer Vacation Sustainable

As most of you young folks may be approaching the end of your school year, or perhaps thinking about making a getaway trip for the summer, it is important to always keep sustainability in mind. Wherever we may travel we … Continue reading

Our Task Inc. – Earth 2100 Conference

Our Task Inc. is an environmental non-profit that we believe everyone should know about. Their mission is simple: To build a mutually enhancing relationship between humans and the Earth. As simple as this message is, it is quite a challenge to … Continue reading

Happy Sustainable Seafood Day!

Friday, March 15th is Sustainable Seafood Day according to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) This day is all about celebrating and rewarding MSC certified sustainable seafood, fisheries, retailers and champions. It’s about empowering seafood lovers and showing them how their … Continue reading

March 23rd is…The Earth Hour.

What is THE EARTH HOUR? The Earth Hour is actually a pretty brilliant concept. It takes place at the end of March each year. This year it will take place on March 23rd at 8:30-9:30 (local time). Between 8:30-9:30pm, people from … Continue reading

Climate Change Rally- What will Obama do about the Keystone XL Pipeline?

Environmental non-profit organizations like the 350 org. and The Sierra Club gathered at the DC Mall on Sunday, February 17th in order to host the biggest Climate Change rally in history. Approximately 40,000 supporters attended the event in order to … Continue reading