Some homeowners in the UK are reluctant to make the switch to energy efficient homes. What’s holding them back?
In 64% of our national parks, human activity is resulting in nitrogen levels that exceed critical levels. There is still a chance to turn things around — S&S looks for solutions.
A new week has rolled around and, with it, our selection of news from around the web!
According to recent reports, climate change will have a definite impact on the world in the very near future. The question remains: how will climate change affect your life?
The Harvard Kennedy School awarded the Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership to The Nature Conservancy and Dow Chemical Company. S&S looks at this unorthodox partnership and the impact it could have on the future of our environment.
Research in the field of education has long reaffirmed what we already know: teachers matter. Maybe research should be looking for ways to tap into education’s overlooked purpose: character-building.
Quick Hits II brings you this weeks news, from temperature predictions to new nuclear plants in Vietnam.
Taking aggressive action to green schools might be a profitable path for achieving real improvement in educational performance across the nation. S&S takes a look at how this can be done.
With the release of the latest IPCC Report, it is obvious that something must be done to curb global greenhouse gas emissions. But what?
The environmental impact of our current food systems has become an increasingly heated topic. Environmental and demographic pressures mean that we need food policy fit for the 21st century.