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Army Corps Of Engineers Will Shut Sacred Stone Camp By December 5, 2016

From Popular Resistance: RESIST!#NODAPL, DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE, MILITARY, PROTESTS By Staff, November 26th, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. – According to the Morton County Sheriff’s Office, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants all people camping on its property north of the Cannonball River to leave … more

Anna Maria Caldara: ‘Protecting Children From Smart Boards’

From Anna Maria Caldara, Bangor PA, April 18, 2014: Are parents of toddlers aware that their children’s pre-school may contain a Smart Board? Installed as the latest learning tool, teachers probably do not realize that Smart Boards emit DNA-damaging radiation. … more

We’re All In This Together

by Trina Lacey-Flores Why cooperation and service create more sustainable prosperity than competition and profit Having lived the harrowing tale of a fallen industrial giant, Bethlehem should know better than anywhere that the current “system” doesn’t work, economically or environmentally. … more

At a Crossroads

by Al Wurth The Lehigh Valley, like so many other regions, is at a crossroads. In choosing which path to take in regional planning, our choice is between business-as-usual, 20th century approaches, a path often characterized as “New Jersification”, and … more

It’s Symbiosis, Stupid

by Tom Church & Sheila Gallagher We, the people, get it. Why not our “Leaders”? We are just back from the February DC rally—Forward on Climate—attended with 40,000+ of our friends and neighbors. Marching past the White House. Past the … more

Is Sustainable Urban Living a Viable Outcome of Our Current Political System?

by Dennis R. Lieb “Without systemic change, sustainable communities are not possible.” This is the opening statement from a whitepaper by Ben Price, Projects Director for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF). He is speaking here of our political … more

How Will We Shape Sandy’s Legacy?

by Rachel Hogan Carr To those who endured and watched as the storm passed along the East Coast of the United States, the story of Hurricane Sandy is one of heartache and devastation. To those who follow weather, the storm … more

Moravian College at the United Nations Climate Negotiations

by Garth Denton-Borhaug In 2009, Moravian College became one of a handful of small liberal arts colleges accredited to participate in the annual United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference as civil society observers. The convention is a … more

The End of an Age

by Jerz E. Brown What does the end of the Industrial Age(s) mean for the average person? There was a time long ago when our great-grandfather’s great-grandfather was there when they invented steam power! Back when people started going to … more

Voices of the Valley from Sustainable Lehigh Valley 2013

Sustainability and the Rights of Future Generations, by Leah Boecker The End of an Age, by Jerz E Brown Moravian College at the United Nations Climate Negotiations, by Garth Denton-Borhaug How Will We Shape Sandy’s Legacy, by Rachel Hogan Carr … more