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How Schools Can Reduce Energy Costs and Promote a Sustainable Future

5.19.16 | Blog

Part III of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published by The Huffington Post and Maria Rodale’s Farm Country Kitchen website.

When you think back on your education, what experiences had the most impact on you? Many would cite team projects, fieldwork, and hands-on learning experiences as their strongest memories. Personally, my 8th grade camping trip helped me retain more information about the environment than any previous classroom lecture ever did.

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Three Things You Need to Know About Carbon

5.19.16 | Blog

Part II of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published by The Huffington Post and on Maria Rodale’s Farm Country Kitchen website.

You may recall learning about the carbon cycle in your school days, but did you know that understanding this cycle is imperative to understanding climate change and sustainability?

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On History, Sustainability, and Community

3.11.16 | Blog

Part I of a three-part sustainability series by Managing Principal Larry Eighmy. Published on The Huffington Post and Maria Rodale’s Farm Country Kitchen website. 

Even if you don’t believe in climate change, you must believe in sustainability. As former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson said, “Economic growth and environmental protection are not at odds. They’re opposite sides of the same coin if you’re looking at longer-term prosperity.” Sustainability is the key to our future–it also has deep roots in our past…

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