April 5, 6pm – 8pm | Salon Juste No. 4 – On Land: Climate Change & Environmental Justice in Miami

You can’t talk about the future of Miami without also reckoning with the impact that sea level rise and climate change will have on the landscape, geography and people of Miami. The environmental forces will not impact everyone in the same way, and some are more vulnerable than others. While the challenges on the horizon

Health First: Reimagining the Conversation on Sustainability

Could a greater awareness of our own health become the catalyst for transforming the way we think about the wellbeing of our planet? That is the question Paulette Frank, Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability at Johnson & Johnson asks in this video from the Sustainable Brands 2016 Copenhagen summit Today, people are thinking

Trump Administration Silences the EPA

Apparently, the Trump administration has barred staff at the Environmental Protection Agency from awarding any new contracts or grants, or from issuing any press releases, blog updates, or posts to the EPA’s social media accounts. According to the Associated Press, “the Trump administration has also ordered a “temporary suspension” of all new business activities at the department,

#DontFeedtheLandfills on #NationalTrailsDay

What better day to share this beautiful video from Subaru and the National Park Service than National Trails Day? Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, …announced [last year] it will share its knowledge of zero landfill practices with the National Park Service to reduce landfill waste from

See Earth’s Temperature Spiral Toward 2°C

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I think this compelling graphic from Ed Hawkins showing the advance of the earth’s temperature towards the tipping point is worth far more. The steady rise of Earth’s temperature as greenhouse gases accumulate in the atmosphere and trap more and more heat is sending the planet spiraling

Florida Brewery Creates Edible Six Pack Rings to Save Marine Life

This is just sheer awesomeness for marine animals, seabirds and, frankly, all wildlife (including the human kind)! Saltwater Brewery, a craft beer brewery located in Delray Beach Florida, in partnership with We Believers in New York, has invented six-pack rings made from barley and wheat, two by-products of the beer brewing process. The 3D-printed six-pack rings

“This is what we get when we don’t take care of Florida Bay”

There is a massive seagrass die-off in Florida Bay that experts say “is the latest sign we’re failing to protect the Everglades.”  Since the middle of 2015, approximately 40,000-acres of the bay have been affected with dead seagrass clouding the waters and creating a perfect environment for algae blooms; and this is not the first