Education for Sustainability

submitted by: valerieh2009

This research examines the success of China’s and Great Britain’s programs implementing education for sustainability with their Green Schools and Forest Schools and provides the benefits of having sustainable schools for the environment and student learning. Current research on the success of China’s and Great Britain’s schools suggests that such sustainable programs could also be established in the United States.

Greenhouse gas emission reduction strategies - Transportation planning in San Diego

submitted by: w5wong
California has been one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emission in the United States; and the majority of greenhouse gas emission is from the transportation sector. In response to the greenhouse gas emission reduction required in the California Environmental Quality Act, the City of San Diego Environmental Service and Planning Department are currently developing a Sustainable Community Program and Climate Action Plan to reduce the greenhouse gas emission in San Diego Region.

An Investment Today, A Sustainable Tomorrow

submitted by: cklou

Efforts to encourage participants in traffic reduction programs

Cultures Magazine Launch Event - MWV84

submitted by: MicrobeWorld

Watch highlights from the Cultures Magazine Launch Event held on January 23, 2014 at American Society for Microbiology headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Cultures is a free, online, open-source publication available for viewing at www.asm.org/cultures.

Ecomindedness: Benefits of Urban SPIN Farming in the San Diego Community of North Park

submitted by: dylanjsack
The goal of this study is to show how urban small-plot intensive (SPIN) farming produces value in the San Diego community of North Park from the perspective of the community members involved, and the perspective of those who operate The Nectary, a local SPIN farm collective. Value is defined in terms of social and communal benefits, development of a land ethic, and in terms of economic viability. This is a participatory ethnographic study of three homeowners who are members of the...
Authors: Dylan Sack