Sustainability refers to any article or event addressing mechanisms, strategies and tactics to maintain environmental progress.
Originally Published by ENS - Industrial pollution is a critical public health threat on a par with malaria and tuberculosis, but while 125 million people around the world are at risk from toxic pollutants, these causes of illness and death are underestimated.
- People aren’t conserving energy for love or money—you have to trick them into it.
August 26th, 2012
The American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) is honoring ongoing Earth Day efforts by recognizing colleges and universities who have excelled in attempts to further the field of ecological sustainability.
As America’s Next Eco-Star, Katelyn Romanov says she intends to make it her personal duty to bring young people back into the environmental equation, and make clean energy and energy efficiency just as popular as March Madness.
Alex Steffen, keynote speaker at the IEEE Professional Communication Society conference at the University of Cincinnati, says small steps can result in big changes, and we need to better educate the public on scientific findings that demonstrate the need for action.
- New projections put the earth's population at 10 billion in 2100.
May 6th, 2011
If a nation's GDP is not enough to define human welfare, what is? Author David Hastings explores the idea of a human security index, and shares progress on creating a standard measurement for human well-being.