World’s Largest Waste-to-Energy Plant Opening in Tennessee
World’s Largest Waste-to-Energy Plant Opening in Tennessee
Grace Gray November 27, 2016

What would you do if you knew that your trash could be used to help power your entire community? The western Tennessee town of Lebanon will discover the answer to that question o

The Problem With Fossil Fuels
Gabby Sanders November 27, 2016

Our atmosphere has just passed the 400 PPM threshold of Carbon Dioxide, but what does that mean for us? While 400 PPM may seem a small percentage, its environmental indications ar

Olympic Sustainability
by Pedro Sanson

Behind the explosion of colors, music and happiness, the Rio 2016 opening ceremony had an overarching theme that reinforced the importance of our environment. After sharing their

Declining Bee Population
by Lauren Leatham | Safa Firas | Isabella Hillman

The first thing people think of when they think of bees, is how annoying they are. They buzz around and when you get to close to one, it stings you. Some even believe that the dec

Environmental Justice
by pedro sanson

Humans are on the track of facing mass extinction due to the non-stop release of greenhouse gases fueling climate change. The consequences of this release will destroy the human p

The Effect of Climate Change on Wars and Forced Migration
by Will Kalikman

For hundreds of years, the root causes of war could be attributable to a combination of factors: ideological change, self-determination and national control, battles over natural

Mrs. Miniver
by Lily Friedland

I often wonder how to go about making more people aware of the desperate nature of climate change in a way that’s convincing and productive without being aggravating. So, if I cou

Oregon: Coal Free
by Pedro Sanson

In early March 2016, the state of Oregon passed a law that will make the use of coal for the production of energy extinct by 2035. This means that, eventually, none of the