Reducing greenhouse gas emissions can be as simple as changing a light bulb, walking to the store, basking in the sunshine, eating locally grown food, upgrading industrial equipment, or adding curtains to a window.
Then again mitigating climate change can be as complicated as launching thousands of ships to seed clouds or 16 trillion sunshades into orbit around Earth.
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Reducing Dickinson's Carbon FootprintLast Updated on 2013-05-16 at 20:15
Students in this service learning/community-based research course worked together as a consulting team to research options for reducing campus greenhouse gas (GHG)... More »
Simulation - C-ROADS Last Updated on 2013-05-14 at 20:33
C-ROADS is a computer simulation that helps people understand the long-term climate impacts of policy scenarios to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It allows for... More »
Case: Is Anybody Listening? Last Updated on 2013-05-10 at 18:21
The case is an example of how Western-based property law, Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act, Public Law 93-531, has undermined traditional Native American practices... More »