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So, this hit my inbox: Happy Earth Day! You are receiving this email as someone who has participated in the University of Rochester’s Go Green Pledge. As of April 1, 2015, you, along with 2,060 people have taken the pledge including students, faculty, staff, andRochester community friends. On this Earth Day, we invite you to […]

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Our family purchased some tea on Wednesday night:       Can someone remind me again why we need to mandate GMO labeling? For those interested, that B logo stands for a Certified B Corporation (again, I don’t know how we’d ever survive without government entities certifying corporations …). Here is the CCOF certification, again, […]

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I Hope He’s Not Right

In today’s news trumpeting the “big” US-China carbon deal: This is, in my view, the most important bilateral climate announcement ever,” said David Sandalow, a former top environmental official at the White House and the Energy Department. The MOST IMPORTANT? Wow. Consider the other things we learn from the piece: Yet it wasn’t clear how […]

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On Being “Ethican”

My wife and I spent five wonderful years in Ithaca, NY. It likes to think of itself as a leading example of an environmentally conscious community. That was one of the attractions for me, at least when I was 24 years old. We coined the term “Ethican” to describe those Ithacans who took this idea […]

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