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When You Care Enough to Send the Very Best… Make It Green

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you may already be out shopping for your sweetheart. And, on average, you will be expected to spend $116.21 on gifts, meals and entertainment. But before you do any last minute shopping, consider how much of a potentially negative impact just one day can have on the environment.

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Earth Expeditions Registration Open Through January 28, 2014

I have had the most unforgettable experiences through the Earth Expeditions program. I traveled to Costa Rica, Belize and Guyana while pursing a master’s degree in biology with a focus on global ecology and environmental education. My personal studies and missions delve into insect conservation. It helped me to become motivated and have a vision […]

How Green is Your State?

Ever wondered how green the state is where you live and/or work?

MPH Online, an independent online resource for public health students, published a cool, interactive map that shows each state’s rankings on seven environmental categories including mass transit, renewables, recycling, water quality, air quality, gas, carbon dioxide and overall.

Here you can see the […]

“Entomology Inspires” at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

Insects make up the largest and most diverse group of organisms on the planet. They are a critical part of the global ecosystem as well as nearly every aspect of biotechnology from agriculture to biomedical science. Also, insects are one of the best tools for inspiring an interest in science and nature in children and […]

I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas – Santa’s Carbon Footprint [Infographic]

Santa Infographic

The boots that Santa has to fill for Christmas leave a HUGE footprint behind in the winter snow in December. Ethical Ocean took a look at Santa’s environmental impact and tried to help him run a slightly more eco-friendly operation. Learn the dirty truth about Santa’s 122 million-mile trip and the ways he and his […]