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Category Archives: Public Interest
Ranked Choice Voting
In order to create more interest in the election process, we need to make the process fair for all candidates. Not only will Ranked Choice Voting create more interest in the election process, but it would also allow for the election of more independent candidates. Continue reading
Posted in Constitution Rights, Politics, Public Interest Tagged Politics Leave a comment
Has the world become unsustainable?
Last month the world population reached seven (7) billion, a landmark event that started me thinking about how this large population might affect the world economy. Is our population growing beyond what we can feasibly support? Will we ever be … Continue reading
Current RFPs and Funding Opportunities for Sustainable Projects
The opportunities posted here are provided for reference and inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement. Click on the title link for further information on submissions. Sustainability Research Networks Competition (SRN) National Science Foundation Funding: $36,000,000 Preliminary Proposal Due: December … Continue reading
Warning: Back-to-School supplies can be unhealthy
Time for mom and dad to do a little reading. Even though the temperature shows no indication of change, fall will soon be here. And for many of you that means back-to-school. This morning I was listening to NBC’s Today … Continue reading
Posted in Environment, Green, Public Interest, Sustainability, Uncategorized, Waste Minimization Tagged Back to School, Chemicals, Plastic, Polyvinyl Chloride Leave a comment