Support Economy Wide Transition to Renewables

For decades the Atlantic was protected from offshore oil drilling. Unfortunately, our federal government allowed a ban on drilling to expire. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is planning to open up the Atlantic to new oil drilling in its next five-year drilling plan; its draft EIS for offshore drilling will be released in the spring of […]

EcoValuate Alternatives Analysis Software Tool – Beta Testing

Beta testing begins early this year on the EcoValuate alternatives analysis software tool. The software is designed to help users visually compare multiple alternatives when greening their products or conducting any other type of environmental, economic, and/or social impact assessment. The tool is highly customizable, yet is also populated with evaluation criteria and categories identified […]

Sustainable Alternatives to Unfettered Offshore Drilling

This month, our CEO (Joanna Malaczynski) was invited to write a blog article for the Surfrider Foundation on offshore drilling (pressure is now building to expand drilling offshore on the East and West Coasts).  You can view the full article—“Sustainable Alternatives to Unfettered Offshore Drilling” at the following link: http://www.surfrider.org/coastal-blog/entry/sustainable-alternatives-to-unfettered-offshore-drilling.

Tackling Climate Change Through Six Degrees of Separation

Posted by on May 29, 2014 in Climate Change | No Comments

You may have heard the phrase “six degrees of separation,” which commonly refers to how many people maximum separate you from a famous actor like Kevin Bacon, or any other person you don’t know.  It turns out this same principle is true for other kinds of networks as well.  Ecosystems, communities, and economies are all […]