Chicago Shines a Light on Puerto Rico

Chicago Shines a Light on Puerto Rico

Following two devastating hurricanes, American citizens in Puerto Rico could face up to six months without power. A collective of Chicago clean energy organizations has banded together to respond to this challenge and is appealing to the public to help sponsor safe,...
Sowing Seeds of Change for 25 Years

Sowing Seeds of Change for 25 Years

Wow, As You Sow (AYS) is celebrating its 25-year anniversary! Congrats Board Chair Tom Van Dyck for founding this visionary advocacy group, CEO Andy Behar for leading the gamechanging course and the entire powerrhouse team for keeping corporations accountable when it...
Stunning Living Laboratory at UD

Stunning Living Laboratory at UD

Wonderful to see sustainability students raising the green roof at the University of Dayton!  This Daily Dayton News article highlights the project. . . . New rooftop garden ‘a stunning living laboratory’: Project continues UD’s focus on sustainability By Pamela...
Fear and Hope in the Climate Conversation

Fear and Hope in the Climate Conversation

This guy in the plaid shirt has created an uproar for being too scary. David Wallace-Wells wrote the July New York Magazine cover story “The Uninhabitable Earth.”  It fast became the magazine’s most-viewed article ever. Six million views last he checked. It lays out...