Green Knowledge: the type of information and understanding you will need to achieve your green goals. Whether at home or in the garden, at work or at play, at the grocery and the mall—even at the ballot box, Green Knowledge is a welcome tool.
To be of most use, the Green Knowledge that you develop and use needs to be based, in part, upon reliable and defensible science.
Year of Science 2009 Kicks Off Across the Nation
The Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science (COPUS) kicked off Year of Science 2009 (YoS2009) -- a national, yearlong,...
Climate Change: Pandora's Box?Last Updated on 2010-09-04 at 19:38On the Nature Blog, 'The Great Beyond', on January 27, 2009, Daniel Cressey wrote
No way back from climate change
Much like the sins in Pandora’s Box, once carbon dioxide is... More »
Careers Away from the BenchLast Updated on 2009-04-24 at 19:49Career Trends:
Careers Away from the Bench
Increasingly, Ph.D.-level scientists are searching for career opportunities beyond bench research. Not only are scientists interested in... More »
Volunteers Taking the Pulse of our PlanetLast Updated on 2009-03-04 at 12:37The U.S. Geological Survey, in partnership with the USA National Phenology Network at the University of Arizona, announces that "Volunteers across the nation are being recruited... More »
EnvironMentorsLast Updated on 2009-01-16 at 22:02Welcome to EnvironMentors
EnvironMentors is a national college access program that prepares high school students from under-represented backgrounds for college degree programs in... More »
Torquing Science?Last Updated on 2009-01-13 at 14:34The Center for Science in the Public Interest has prepared and released a report on how science and science advice can fall victim to politics (Twisted Advice: Federal Advisory... More »