Access to Nature Key to Reducing Violence

While increased green space seems like an easy fix, in modern cities the priorities tend to be housing and commercial space. However, small urban farms, greenhouses and gardens are becoming increasingly popular in the inner city.

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Climate Change & The Role of Paris | The Real Ratigan

For the next two weeks the world is gathered in Paris. Peasants of the world, Prime Ministers of the world, gathered to solve the world’s climate problems. But make no mistake my friends; Paris is not where we are going to solve the world’s climate problems. The game is not being played in Paris.…

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Forming the Renaissance Preparation Committee

Distributed power eschews the castle’s illusion of fortitude for the invincibility of the Hydra. With tech-driven magic, it moves forward without a central system of absolute control. It is laying the groundwork for our future.

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It’s the Culture

Through our 30 Million Jobs Tour, we began to discover a community that was driven not by the rules of the traditional system, but rather one that was focused on getting more for less. This new culture is one that places connection, community, and sustainability at the top of its priorities, and there are millions of people throughout the United States that are working to problem-solve our country’s greatest problems.

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It Ain’t Easy Going Green

Our Congress is trying to intervene against the Pentagon to prevent the military, which wants to go green, from doing it. Bob Deans from the National Resources Defense Council Action Fund, and author of Reckless: The Political Assault on the American Environment, joins Dylan to talk about Congress’ steps to prevent the military from going green.

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The Empire State Building’s Energy Efficient Facelift

Who says you can’t learn new tricks in your golden years? At 80 years old, the Empire State Building is already one of the world’s tallest buildings, and now reinventing itself to be one of the world’s most energy efficient.

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Obama Awards 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom

In an afternoon ceremony at the White House, President Barack Obama will awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom to thirteen winners. Here’s the full list of awardees this year.

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The Big Story: Why Oil Wars are Bad for America

We need a real debate about more efficient, lower-cost energy that doesn’t tie us to the fates of other countries. Our troops also need a new mission when they come home from combat — why not use their talents and expertise to get us off foreign oil?

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