How an LA Nature Garden Stays Green During the Drought: “Over at the the Los Angeles Natural History Museum, staff is taking a high-tech approach to keeping its Nature Gardens lush without wasting precious resources.”

Clean Ride Mapper helps cyclists avoid polluted air, find quietest route to destination: Maria Hatzopoulou, assistant professor of civil engineering at McGill University, has created a tool that not only looks up the shortest and fastest biking route, but also the quietest, the one with the least traffic, and offers the rider the cleanest air!

The most environmentally-friendly high school prank of all time: “As far as senior pranks go, this one from Ohio has to be one of the best, most environmentally conscious ones you will ever see.”

Arts-Based Education Will Power the Creative Economy: “Arts education, which is an investment in our future creative workforce, will become a crucial element in our education system. A resilient economic growth and prosperity in the 21st century will depend on our arts education.”

100 Ideas That Changed Photography: “While it may seem that a new photo technology is born every day, photography is still what we make it, not what it makes us.”

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  1. May 15, 2015

    Reblogged this on Typefiend™ and commented:
    The most environmentally-friendly high school prank of all time: “As far as senior pranks go, this one from Ohio has to be one of the best, most environmentally conscious ones you will ever see.”

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