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By Matt Shedd | October 23, 2013
Notes on an ex-president's Sunday School class.
By Alan Flurry | April 13, 2011
Large corporations and trade groups representing the oil, coal and auto industries are quietly moving onto the next phase of their strategy.
By Alan Flurry | May 6, 2009
Just as was in evidence last summer, the price of gas is going to climb again soon.
By Alan Flurry | April 22, 2009
What is it about regulating carbon or driving less or voting more that frightens us into the arms of triviality and indulgence?
By Alan Flurry | April 8, 2009
Does poverty help the planet?
By Alan Flurry | March 25, 2009
Will the recession defeat efforts to combat climate change?
By Alan Flurry | March 11, 2009
Whether using a stimulus bill or a war, we are building the future. Will it be sustainable?
By Alan Flurry | February 25, 2009
The recent Green Life Expo revealed issues with which our sustainable business community needs to grapple.
By Alan Flurry | February 11, 2009
The Southeast has no regional energy policy, while the New England states, the Mountain West and the Pacific Northwest forge ahead in the race to get a better deal for their citizens and their utilities.
By Alan Flurry | January 27, 2009
With our ability to supply basic necessities at a zenith, we strain for meaning and stimulation, indebting ourselves to buy things for a holiday we swear is not about material objects.
By Alan Flurry | December 24, 2008
Suspended over the gap between what we know and how we live, we are open to manipulation, even and especially by the products we love.
By Alan Flurry | December 10, 2008
Buying a new car? Consider some greener options...
By Alan Flurry | November 26, 2008
It will be far easier to embrace what we mean by sustainability when we can, as now, begin to separate our red state past from our "green" state future.
By Alan Flurry | November 12, 2008
The stress on our system is showing, and the seamless integration of buying and feeling good is showing signs of fissure.
By Alan Flurry | October 29, 2008
Understanding the systems that surround us…
By Alan Flurry | October 15, 2008
This new column takes a look at the "green movement," both as an environmental discourse and a marketing ploy.
By Alan Flurry | October 1, 2008
Jason Thrasher’s photography show at Mercury Art Works seems intended to assure us that we’re in the know, even if his subjects aren’t.
By Alan Flurry | January 21, 2004
Gabe Vodicka | March 13, 2015