My Experience Building a Computer

Nate Dobbins Do-It-Yourself projects – whether they be repairs, improvements, or brand new creations – are often highly regarded among sustainably-minded people, and for good reason: getting into the habit of ‘doing-it-yourself’ will lengthen the life of your possessions, thus reducing the amount of ‘stuff’ you consume. It also affords …

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Spiritual Progress: Congregations Going Green

By Sean Gosiewski & Wanda Copeland Congregations Caring for Creation (C3) Congregations Caring for Creation (C3) is an interfaith network of more than 80 congregations that are making the active care of Creation integral to spiritual life and social justice in their congregation. C3/MNIPL is the Minnesota chapter of a …

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What Does a Sustainable Clean Water Future for Minnesota Look Like?

Frontiers in the Environment: Big Questions with: Bonnie Keeler, Lead Scientist, Natural Capital Project; Deb Swackhamer, Program Director, Water Resources Center; and John Linc Stine, Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Minnesota has a reputation as a land of abundant, high-quality lakes and rivers. But is our water clean enough? Addressing …

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Green Educational Materials

Ami Voeltz The Twin Cities Green Guide Here are some resources for teachers or presenters that are looking for materials on environmentalism or sustainability. Consider enhancing your curriculum on these important issues. Organizations that have materials or offer presenters: Eco-Education 210 E. 10th St., Suite 375 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 …

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