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Get out and hike

By Sarah Martinez, Sustainability Office Alumni

One of the many perks of living in Utah is the proximity to some of the most pristine wilderness in the world. 472 more words

University Of Utah

Being Clear on Transparency

By Angela Magnusson, Commercial Relations Manager, Fairtrade America

“At its core, transparency is the free and open access to knowledge, which implies that information flows all ways.”

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History of the Future: Narratives of Hope & Despair

Below: scribblings that comprised my presentation at the 2015 American Society for Environmental History annual meeting in Washington, DC. I was the gadfly on a panel that investigated the viability of the history of sustainability as a distinct line of subdisciplinary inquiry.  1,957 more words

History Of The Future

The Big Shop

Time for me to be ‘untrendy’. When we hear about how grocery shopping habits are changing, it’s all about ‘a little and often’ and how we are falling out of love with the big weekly shop. 363 more words


Musings on the psychology of place

I have a fair number of research articles that I have collected and analysed in relation to the psychology of place. I will quite likely write a post on the topic at some point. 646 more words

The Green Mary Garden

If you’ve seen various Tweets, Instagram and Facebook posts about the #GreenMaryGarden and want to find out more, you’ve come to the right place!

We’ve been getting quite excited about this on our social media accounts and we’ve already held a small launch as part of Green Mary Week, but we are yet to write an old fashioned blog about it, so here we are! 684 more words

Bay Area Maker Faire '16 and Why Making Is So Darn Important

Content Warning: This post contains a lot of gushing about how much I love Maker Faire.

The Bay Area Maker Faire has got to be the coolest Maker Faire in the whole continental United States. 405 more words