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Why Ecology and Economy Policies are Inseparable – Andrew Hutson

Erik: What are common misconceptions about green initiatives and what are you doing to educate corporations about what it really means to be green today? Andrew: The most common misconception is one that’s been out there probably since the beginning and that there’s a trade off between ecology and economy, when realistically you can’t separate […]

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UTS Science: Get out of the classroom – Forest and Mountain Ecology

Jessica Tanna (Combined Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Laws): It has been a really valuable learning experience, which has been really surprising because I’m not really that into, um, camping… as much, um, I’m a real city girl. like, you don’t even realise that’s all out there happening while you’re in you, you know, cosy […]

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Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps

Over 200 young people ages 14 to 21 were employed in this summer’s Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps. The youth worked for eight weeks on ecosystem restoration projects throughout Sonoma County earning eight dollars an hour. The project hosts were environmental and conservation-related nonprofit and government agencies from around the county. They provided work that […]

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Adaptation and Nostalgia on an Alien World: Scavengers Analysis & Speculative Biology

Scavengers is a beautiful animated short film that aired on Adult Swim’s Toonami block in late 2016. Adult Swim advertised the 8 minute animation with a brief promo, which I’ll feature right now: [“All contact has been lost with the Vesta-1 command crew. They are cut off and all alone. Or are they?”] The promo’s […]

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