Day: November 2, 2017

Waste Not, Want Not

In today’s political climate, the question of the need for environmental protection feels uncertain because of retracted federal policies and refused international agreements.Read More

The Ocean: Our Most Valuable Resource

It’s difficult to think of Volusia County without an image of the ocean coming to one’s mind. Our 47 miles of beaches not only steal the hearts of many tourists each year, but also of the over half-million people who call the county home.Read More

Higher Education at Forefront of Sustainability Movement Shaping a New

A week after Hurricane Irma ripped through the Sunshine State, a group of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University engineering and Daytona State College interior design students scrambled to prepare a 1,000-square-foot house they built for shipment to Denver, CO., in time to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s prestigious Solar Decathlon 2017 held 
Oct. 5 – 15. Read More

Green & Business Lifestyle Resources

Cities and states across the country are implementing green programs to support environmentally sustainable practices. And increasingly, businesses are taking measures to move forward with innovation in energy, design and manufacturing that harness green principles.Read More