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Farmed or Wild-caught Fish: Which is Better for the Environment?

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content   Florida is a state with a long coastline and an understandable passion for seafood. We enjoy a huge variety of fish as consumers, while commercial fishing provides a livelihood for many people. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Florida was one of the top 3 states in …

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Greener Gift Giving

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content This week, as we turn the corner towards Christmas, you may be struggling to find gifts for some of the people on your list. If so, think GREEN – greener gifts, that is. Check out the suggestions below to both generate great gift ideas and to be kind to the …

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Tampa Bay Universities Offer Sustainability Degrees

By Jacqueline Calla, Amherst College class of 2017 There are a surprising number of excellent sustainability education programs provided by Tampa Bay universities, of which few people are aware. These programs not only focus on sustainability locally, but also worldwide.  Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the term “sustainability” as “a method of harvesting or using a resource …

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Demystifying “Cradle to Cradle”

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content Being “green” or “sustainable” is not exactly top-of-mind for many people. Part of the reason is that the jargon can get in the way of understanding what are often pretty straightforward ideas.