Inspired by Kids: Green Kids Conference

BY ON June 24, 2011
My two children amaze and inspire me everyday. My almost 5-year-old is always coming up with the most incredible ideas. Out of the blue, she’ll say stuff like, “Mami, why don’t we visit the North Pole tomorrow so I can see real penguins?” I love...


Existing Technology Can Slash Mercury, Toxic Power Plant Emissions That Harm Children

BY ON June 23, 2011
This piece was written by Dan Weiss, Valeri Vasquez, and Stewart Boss and cross-posted from Think Progress. Coal-fired power plants shoot 772 million pounds of airborne toxic chemicals into the sky every year—more than 2.5 pounds for every American man, woman, and child. In March the Environmental Protection...

TOPICS: Coal, Economics, Mercury Poisoning, Politics, Pollution