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Go Dark and Go Green! -- 2010 Earth Hour on THIS Saturday!

Posted by Elisa Lai | March 26, 2010

On the night of Saturday, March 27th, you might experience a sudden blackout. If you are shopping or walking on the street, do not panic. It is not an electricity outrage. It is Earth Hour 2010!

Useful resources for bloggers

Posted by Elisa Lai | March 25, 2010

Today, I am going to share my secret weapon—Elisa’s blog collection list! These are not only my favorite blogs on climate and energy, youth and MDGs, but they are also my food for thought when it comes to writing a blog post. These blogs provide in-depth analysis on specific issues and also share the most updated information. You can always dig out great ideas for your research blogs or for your service projects from these blogs. For Global Debaters, this list will be your best friend forever! 

For Movie and Environment Lovers: The Environmental Film Festival Is Here

Posted by Elisa Lai | March 19, 2010

For movie and environment lovers in Washington D.C., this is the perfect chance to satisfy your movie crave.  From March 16th to the 28th, 155 documentary, feature, animated, archival, experimental, and children’s films on the theme of food and environment are at your palate.  There are of course several films featuring climate change and its impacts on soil and food production. 

Celebrating 2010 International Women’s Day: Climate Change and Women

Posted by Elisa Lai | March 17, 2010

In honor of International Women’s Day, we are going to discuss the bond, for better or for worse, between climate change and women.

  

Greening the Campus: Let the Green Eagle Soar

Posted by Elisa Lai | March 10, 2010

The eagle is the mascot of American University (AU). Ever since AU started greening itself, the “green” eagle has become an increasingly iconic figure for students at American University and for alums like me. A new slogan of AU presents its green vision, which says “The American Dream is Green.” Here at the UN Foundation, we wish to see the green eagle not only soaring at American University but also perhaps in a different form, everywhere in campuses worldwide.

 

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