Monthly Archives: December 2011

Building Strength for Green Purchasing in Education

Schools are a big player in the consumer economy. Public school districts spend approximately $450 Billion per year, and that figure doesn’t even give a complete picture since teachers spend approximately $1.3 Billion per year out of their own pockets … Continue reading

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The Sound of Sustainable Travel

There’s something about a train whistle that makes me stop what I’m doing to look up over the tops of trees, toward where the sound is coming from. That sound, riding easy on the air, tugs at me every time, … Continue reading

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Do You Have WaterSense?

You’re a conscientious water consumer. You take quick showers and turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth. You’ve even stopped rinsing your dishes before putting them in the washer! Great work! But do you have WaterSense? The global water crisis … Continue reading

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