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Climate change is a disaster for the millennials, an inconvenience for the boomers

This is not the defining issue of my generation. But it is of yours.

How are those New Year’s resolutions going? 3 ways forests can help

If your resolve is already waning, you’re in good company. According to one study by the University of Scranton, only eight percent of us see our resolutions through to the end of the year.

How one company removed 1,000,000 pounds of trash from our waters

United By Blue is not messing around.

Extraordinary photos from an Antarctic expedition

The Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise is on a 3-month Antarctic expedition, supporting an international proposal for the world’s largest protected area.

Do you know how to use a water fountain?

Some head-scratching tips from The Guardian are a reminder that there are young folks unfamiliar with these old fashioned devices!

U.S. imposes 30 percent duty on Chinese solar panels

It’s not protecting U.S. panel manufacturers, it’s protecting coal and gas.

World’s oldest insurance market to stop investing in coal

Lloyd’s of London joins the ranks of big insurers who no longer see coal as a viable investment.

Facebook is ‘parasitic,’ says Zuckerberg’s former mentor

From political manipulation to dangerous addiction, Roger NcNamee insists that Facebook needs to change its business model to be less harmful.

Short List for Amazon’s second headquarters speaks volumes about cities

There are not many surprises, other than Columbus, Ohio and Toronto, Canada

No, your microwave oven isn’t killing the planet

These stupid headlines miss the whole point. Microwaves use very little power, slightly more than a 7-watt LED bulb over its lifetime.