The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released climate change-related data. By looking at these climate change indicators, we can see how our climate has changed over time. Rising global temperatures, which are significantly driven by greenhouse gases, are an important contributor in […]
This article was written by Christina Galardi and was originally published on the Safe Routes to Schools Partnership blog. Look both ways. Wear your helmet. We’ve all heard these maxims about safety, and probably shared them a time or two. Aside […]
This article was originally written by John R. Platt and is published in Take Part. The original article can be found here. Around the world, vital wetlands are being destroyed. Researchers recently estimated that the planet has lost at least 54 […]
A National Climate Assessment confirmed that every region of the country is dealing with the repercussions of climate change. Climate change’s impact on health, energy, economies, agriculture, and society in general is a costly one.
Communities with brownfield sites tend to have some of the poorest residents and lowest populations. It’s a challenge for communities to know where to start in the cleanup and redevelopment process.
We know air pollution is linked to cancer and respiratory diseases, but can it also increase your risk for obesity and diabetes? That’s what the latest research from The Official Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology suggests.
The Ag Site Assessment Tool, known more commonly as AgSite, is a web-based report that describes the physical, cultural, and environmental characteristics of a selected parcel of land and its surroundings.
This week we are trying something a little different and highlighting one of our most active users, John Bilderback, who has used Community Commons for projects since 2009.
Learn about the hearts and minds behind Community Commons: Institute for People, Place, and Possibility (IP3)