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The Green Space | Breaking Down Bags

The Green Space | Breaking Down Bags

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor April 16, 2021
In this edition of The Green Space, contributing editor Sarah Stager breaks down how bags break down and the environmental impacts of different types of shopping bags.
The Green Space | Pittsburgh Air Pollution

The Green Space | Pittsburgh Air Pollution

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor April 1, 2021
In this edition of The Green Space, contributing editor Sarah Stager explores an issue close to home — air pollution.
The Green Space | Elon Musk and Ecomasculinity

The Green Space | Elon Musk and Ecomasculinity

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor March 18, 2021
In this edition of The Green Space, contributing editor Sarah Stager breaks down ecomasculinity and Elon Musk’s specific brand of it.
The Green Space | Extinction

The Green Space | Extinction

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor March 4, 2021
Every ecosystem exists in a delicate balance in which each component — soil, fungi, bacteria, plants, animals — fits with the others like a puzzle piece to create a coherently working whole.
The Green Space | Ode to Winter

The Green Space | Ode to Winter

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor February 18, 2021
It’s February — dark, gloomy, gray and cold.
The Green Space | What’s the Deal with the Paris Climate Agreement?

The Green Space | What’s the Deal with the Paris Climate Agreement?

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor February 4, 2021
On his very first day of office, Jan. 20, President Joe Biden rejoined the international Paris Climate Agreement. Considering how swiftly the president hopped on this task, one might think that it’s quite important — and it is.
The Green Space | Let’s Talk Renewable Energy

The Green Space | Let’s Talk Renewable Energy

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor January 21, 2021
We often think of electricity as being clean — a silent, invisible stream of energy generated by some unseen force. Out of sight, out of mind.
The Green Space | Carbon and NET goals

The Green Space | Carbon and NET goals

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor November 13, 2020
The term NET describes a wide range of techniques for pulling carbon out of the atmosphere and either storing it elsewhere or making use of it.
The Green Space | How I Fell in Love with Nature

The Green Space | How I Fell in Love with Nature

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor October 29, 2020
I believe that anyone can learn to love nature, and that it’s incredibly beneficial to your mental and physical health to try.
The Green Space | Gettin’ Twiggy With It

The Green Space | Gettin’ Twiggy With It

The Green Space is a biweekly blog about all things environmental — whether we’re talking a mason-jar compost heap or the entire world.
By Sarah Stager, Contributing Editor October 1, 2020
I’m going to tell you how to identify a few of the most common Pennsylvania trees so that next time you take your friends for a socially distanced hike through Schenley Park, you can wow them with your infinite leafy wisdom.
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