Innovation

Will Self-Driving Cars Reduce Emissions?

Apr 18th, 2018 | By Katrina Kazda

Despite recent fatal accidents, there is little question that self-driving cars are here to stay. What is not yet clear is whether driverless cars represent an environmental boon or an unforeseen emissions nightmare. The answer is up to us.
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Eco Living

5 Ways to Green Your School

Mar 27th, 2018 | By Elaina Tiller

I’m a junior at New Canaan High School, and I am grateful for the ways my schools have worked environmental lessons into my education. When environmental consciousness starts young, students can form green habits that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. While tight budgets may make it a challenge for schools to make big changes, here are some inexpensive ways to get started greening your school.
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Food System

The Way Cheap Food Feeds Big Hunger and Inequality

Mar 16th, 2018 | By Andy Fisher

Is the growing trend of using food waste as a hunger solution ignoring the more complicated questions of why we produce and waste so much food in the first place? Andy Fisher, author of Big Hunger, argues yes.
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Food System, Eco Living

Seed Sharing in the Age of Climate Change

Feb 22nd, 2018 | By Amy Leibrock

Sharing seeds is the age-old practice of saving seeds from your own plants and sharing them with others. At first glance, it can seem like a quaint hobby, but seed saving and sharing can actually be an act of building resilience.
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Transportation

Police to Motorists: Stop Idling Your Cars

Feb 7th, 2018 | By Amy Leibrock

Letting your car idle unattended is not only bad for the environment and air quality, it could end up costing more—a fine or even your car itself.
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Eco Living

6 Ways to Green Your Super Bowl

Jan 31st, 2018 | By Katrina Kazda

Wondering what you can do to make this your greenest Super Bowl party ever? These tips will help you score an eco-win on game day.
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Food System

Super Bowl LII Aims to Score Zero for Waste

Jan 23rd, 2018 | By Amy Leibrock

No matter who wins the Feb. 4 matchup between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis, this year’s Super Bowl LII will be a victory for the green sports movement. If all goes according to plan, it will be a “zero-waste” Super Bowl. Here's how they're doing it.
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Food System, Eco Living

6 Ways to Shop Smart and Waste Less

Dec 29th, 2017 | By Amy Leibrock

We think of food waste as something that happens at home. But really, it starts with what we put in our grocery carts. With supermarkets designed to tempt us in every aisle, it’s easy to end up overbuying. Here are some tips to help you buy just what you need.
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Eco Living

What's the Greenest Way to Ship Packages?

Dec 15th, 2017 | By Amy Leibrock

If you’ve found yourself buying more of your holiday gifts online every year, you’re not alone. Most Americans, 79 percent, shop online, and the volume of online holiday shopping increases every year. With so much free two-day shipping available, who can blame us? But does it make you wonder what effect all those doorstep deliveries are having on the environment?
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