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The American Dream Reborn Through Sustainability

Future Generations Go Green
by in Blogs | Green

When my father’s grandparents immigrated to America, they had one objective: to give their children, and some day their grandchildren, a better life. They worked hard and sacrificed to instill the desire to make thing better for the next generation, my grandparents. Maybe you can remember the sacrifices you saw growing up, how past generations… Read More →

Green News Roundup – Greenhouse Gases, Biogas-Powered Data Centers & More

Green News Roundup- Biogas Powered Data Centers
by in Blogs | Green | Tech

Welcome to our weekly green news roundup. This week we’ve gathered stories about greenhouse gases, biogas-powered data centers and more. Feel free to send along any stories you’d like to see in the roundup by e-mailing me at Also visit AZ Green Scene for informative articles on sustainability endeavors in the Valley and state.… Read More →

U.S. Commits To Change At Copenhagen Climate Talks

Climate Change Talks
by in Blogs | Green | Politics

As some of you may be aware of, the historic United Nations Climate Change Conference is underway right now in Copenhagen. The conference began on December 7 and will continue till the 18th. It is the largest international political conference ever to be held in Denmark, with participants from 192 countries meeting to reach an… Read More →

How Does America Feel About Sustainability?

Sustainable America
by in Blogs | Economy | Green | Politics

In a previous blog post I wrote about the amount of money being set aside for sustainability in the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act — $467 million to be exact. With so much money being spent, are you wondering what the American people really think about sustainability-related matters? Me too. As luck would have it,… Read More →