Monthly Archives: September 2009

PBS to America: Parks ‘R’ Us

Mainstream history of the US National Parks brings out ecocentric perspectives and moving stories about personal and national identity. Continue reading

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Sourcing Stuff

Via Worldchanging, an update on Sourcemap, a fascinating tool produced by MIT’s Media Lab for learning about and contributing to research on supply chains. It uses Google Earth to display these chains visually. It’s a work in progress, but definitely … Continue reading

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The MAHB and Environmental Communication

The Millennium Assessment of Human Behavior project sounds ambitious and overdue, but needs to clarify its intentions. Continue reading

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Environmental Communication in Europe

Environmental communication initiatives in Europe include a journal, web sites and conferences. Continue reading

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What Does Van Jones Resigning Mean for Environmental Communication?

Like most people, I was surprised and disappointed that Van Jones resigned from his post as Special Adviser for Green Jobs at the Council on Environmental Quality under President Obama’s administration. Jeff Chang has the best background summary post I’ve … Continue reading

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