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Green Classroom Retrofit Creates Learning Lab for Students & School District

September 20th, 2012 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

What gets measured gets managed, right? This longstanding business maxim gets thrown around a lot in green circles: data's a necessary element of making the case that sustainability makes sense. At Orange County, California's Davis Magnet School (which focuses on math, science, and technology), measurement's already present in the curriculum; now, it's also a part of the school's efforts to determine if efficiency retrofits make sense for the district's bottom line and the students' performance


Redefining Security for the 21st Century

May 31st, 2012 | by Earth Policy Institute

The situation in which we find ourselves pushes us to redefine security in twenty-first century terms. The time when military forces were the prime threat to security has faded into the past. The threats now are climate volatility, spreading water shortages, continuing population growth, spreading hunger, and failing states. The challenge is to devise new fiscal priorities that match these new security threats



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