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MORE – By Design

Guest Blog by Paul Anastas Assistant Administrator for the U.S. EPA for Research and Development and the Agency Science Advisor For too long sustainability and environmental protection have been defined by those saying that we need to do less, have less, expect less.   For too long, we have been told that we need to consume less…

EPA’s P3 Student Design Competition: Sowing the Seeds of a Sustainable Future

Guest Blog By Lek KadeliActing Assistant Administrator in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Research and Development (ORD) Each spring around the same time that so much of the country is swept up in the “madness” of amateur basketball tournaments, a dedicated team of employees at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are finishing…

Blazing A Sustainable Path Forward with Dr. Paul Anastas at X-STEM

If you really want to protect the environment, it’s not enough just to care about it; you need to learn and really understand something in order to protect it. That’s the lesson that Dr. Paul Anastas’ father taught him after bulldozers had destroyed the wetlands down the hill from his childhood home, turning what was…

Thanks EPA for the blog post last week! We need all the help we can get with getting the word out to everyone about the Festival. Each week we write about the science behind environmental protection. Previous Science Wednesdays. By Aaron Ferster Back to school season always seems so refreshing. I find the excitement my…