Top 10 Movers And Shakers In Sustainability – 2016

–Co-author ROSALY BYRD– 2016 was a year of extremes: from the Paris Agreement going into effect to a White House full of climate deniers, from the halting of the Keystone XL Pipeline to the horrendous treatment of protesters standing up against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Although the trajectory of environmental policy has taken a divergent…

2017: A Year of Vigilance

The restful winter vacation is my favorite time of year. It’s time away with family and dogs, surrounded by trees in the mountains; time sorting life at home and getting prepared for an effective year to come. But, our work never ends. Despite the fact that the calendar will be changing to 2017, old battles…

TerraCycle 2016 Recap: Looking Back on Our 15th Year

This year was one of historic significance. The global community had a front-row seat to developments on the world-stage of international politics, the movements of which have implications for this coming year and all those to follow. More connected by technology than ever, the world’s citizens engaged in discussions of pressing issues like human rights…

Scientists Stumped By Thousands Of Dead Fish Off Nova Scotia

Weeks of tests have failed to find the cause of the mysterious mass die-off of thousands of fish washing up on the southwestern shores of Nova Scotia. Besides a tsunami of dead and dying herring, creatures that have washed ashore include lobsters, starfish, scallops, crabs, clams and apparently a humpback whale, Canadian TV reported. The…

Last Dog At The Shelter Receives The Sweetest Farewell Party

One shelter is ending 2016 on a very happy note. Thursday marked the first time the Hawaiian Humane Society in Honolulu adopted out all of the animals in its shelter. As seen in the video below, Beauty the dog was the very last animal to be adopted that day, so volunteers formed a human tunnel…