Green pioneering on the Southern Oregon trail, part 2

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150 hurricanes later, these island people can teach us a few things about surviving climate change

Green (Living) Review

These are the people, descendants of enslaved Africans, who live among a string of islands stretching along the Atlantic seaboard from Jacksonville, N.C., to Jacksonville, Fla. As coastal cities and states strategize ways to protect residents from climate change impacts , they would be well-served to talk with members of the Gullah/Geechee Nation.


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Friday Beer Post: We may suck, but at least we're drunk

Environmental Economics

The winless Jacksonville Jaguars have released their own strategy to increase ticket attendance to this week’s game and prevent a blackout: free beer. The NFL club is entering its fourth week against the Indianapolis Colts, and in an effort to draw fans to EverBank field they have taken to Twitter to announce: “2 free drinks for next 2 hrs” with a ticket to this Sunday’s game. via Economic lesson for the day: there's no such thing as a free beer.

South African Archbishop unites U.S. and African corporations to announce the Economic Empowerment Partnership

Green (Living) Review

-Archbishop in Jacksonville on June 18th, 2012- Jacksonville, FL, June 16, 2012 : In the first-ever global business initiative of its kind, The Most Rev. located at 7220 Financial Way, Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256. Thabo Makgoba, Anglican archbishop of Cape Town and metropolitan of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, will come to the United States to officially announce the Winds of Change Economic Empowerment Partnership.

I know I live in a sports crazy town, but this is surprising to me

Environmental Economics

Jacksonville              53.3/70. Top 10 Metered Markets For Super Bowl XLVII. Baltimore                59.6/83. New Orleans             57.1/77. Washington, DC        56.9/80. Norfolk                     55.8/76.

Wendy’s tests plant-based black bean burger in three cities


and is available in Pittsburgh, PA; Columbus, OH; and Jacksonville, FL. Wendy’s begins testing a new plant-based burger this week in three U.S. markets. But unlike other fast food joints, Wendy’s is using a good old whole food — black beans — rather than ultra-processed pea proteins used in more realistic faux meats. The Spicy Black Bean Burger costs $5.79

Earth and Basketball

Environmental News Network

Jacksonville, Florida. I admit I am not the biggest fan of sports, so last night when my brother suggested that we change the channel to watch the Nets-Celtics game, I wasn’t very excited. Then my brother sparked my attention by adding that this week was NBA Green Week. I asked him if he was sure because Earth Day is not until the 22 nd. He assured me he was right by pointing out the recycle emblem on the court floor and the banners in the stands.

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Dine with an Unconventional “Green” Sheikh

Green Prophet

The Green Sheikh goes to Jacksonville. In the summer of 2008, my wife and I visited Jacksonville in the United States and met many important people at our host Suzanne Perritt’s home. This image was taken from our interview with the Green Sheikh in Dubai earlier this year. And this is his first column on Green Prophet. We are thrilled to announce that the Arab world’s most famous environmental activist will pen a monthly column for Green Prophet. Born H.E.

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Reflections in Oil

The Green Samaritan

Tagged as: Oil Disater , Oil Spill Ann I just came back from Jacksonville Beach. Home About Terms of Use & Privacy Policy Disclosure Contact Product Reviews Monthly Eco-Resolutions Quick Reference Guide Subscribe Reflections in Oil June 29, 2010 Returning from a really nice family visit to Florida, a few reflections to share… At a neighborhood lake in Orlando, my son Jack with Audubon bird directory in hand to id the local flock, saw a soda can floating in the lake.

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Which cities are the most sustainable? WalletHub releases Top 100 Greenest US Cities 2019


Jacksonville, Florida 93. Ever wonder which American cities are the most eco-friendly? WalletHub recently unveiled its list of 2019’s Greenest Cities in the U.S., after comparing 100 of the country’s most populated cities across 28 underlying indicators of environmental-friendliness and sustainability. Some of the key factors surveyed were greenhouse gas emissions per capita, green job opportunities per capita, smart energy policies and clean initiatives.

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Nina and Toulouse Go To Georgia (as told by Toulouse)

The Alien Next Door

Well, we actually stopped in Jacksonville and drove to St. The Alien Next Door Musings of Nina Munteanu, SF writer and Ecologist Friday, September 4, 2009 Nina and Toulouse Go To Georgia (as told by Toulouse) Nina’s too busy (writing 90 articles for her publisher) to post so she asked me if I could post for her. I said, “ok, dude. I can write as good as the rest of them!”

Protecting the Cultural and Natural Heritage

The Green Changemakers

May, Commander, Jacksonville District, U.S. in the Western Hemisphere: Lessons from the Past; Looking to the Future Harvard University - December 5-7, 2002 [link] Introductory Session Welcome by Peter Rowe, Dean, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University Welcome by Thomas M.

"Trump's solar tariffs" are likely being oversold

Environmental Economics

While at least one company has reportedly expressed interest in opening a 1,000-worker module assembly plant in Jacksonville, Fla.,   Economists don't like tariffs. In a 2011 survey of AEA members , only 5% disagree with the statement: "Tariffs and import quotas usually reduce general economic welfare." " The U.S. has been generally moving towards freer trade over the past 35 years.

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