The Green Cheapies

The State of Our Parks

Chad W. Lutz

As political tides shift and funding falls prey to bipartisan bickering and legislative standoffs, the state of our parks has diminished.

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The Roads of the Future May Be Closer Than We Think

Chad W. Lutz

Revolutionizing an industry can't be easy. Revolutionizing the world, damn near impossible.

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Hello Green Brick Road

Chad W. Lutz

Researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands finished conducting an experiment earlier this summer testing a new eco-friendly road surface that just might, literally, save the planet.

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Cracking The Keystone

Lauren Berlekamp and Jeff Cobb

Secretary Kerry must lead once again, “for peace and justice, and to try to make this country wake up once and for all”

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Can't Get No Relief

Chad W. Lutz

Earlier this morning, reports began filing in about a large sheen of oil spotted off the coast of Louisiana. Officials state the oil sheen spans one mile in width and spreads ten miles wide. So far, no causes for the oil sheen have been determined. Nearby Shell Oil rigs drilling offshore stand as the lone suspects.

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Green Adventures in Boating

Tony Parete

Remember your grandfather’s old boat? Smelly, oily, rotten, and parked behind the garage under a tarp for ten years? As they used to say in those Virginia Slims cigarette ads, “we’ve come a long way, baby!”

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Ohio: The Hub of It All

Chad W. Lutz

Here in Ohio, steps have been taken to improve our infrastructure to ensure that we stay as competitive as possible with the rest of the metropolitan world.

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The End of the World As We Know It

Hallie Witwer

Something tells me that the Ohio Division of Wildlife should keep its eyes and ears open because 2011 could turn out to be quite an interesting year…

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Going Green (No, Orange! Red!)

Chad W. Lutz

Since 2008, the balloon, which is illuminated at night, is now used to indicate the city’s current air quality. During the day, high intensity LCD banners and screens flash the same shades of Green (good), Orange (meh), and Red (dust off the SARS mask) to indicate levels of pollution.

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Ohio's Great Aquatic Face Off

Hallie Witwer

No one wants to see an entire ecosystem brought down.

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