Guest Blog: What We Can All Learn from Laguna Chicabal

Guest Blog By: Kelley Scholl Kelley grew up in lovely Northborough, Massachusetts, but is now lucky enough to have pieces of her heart scattered the world over.  Her interests are: politics, kind people, pretty places, and good beer.  She attended University of Delaware where after approximately 80 majors, she graduated with degrees in Sociology and [...]

Guest Blog: Saving the Environment, One Local Pond at a Time

Guest Blog By: Linda Grand Linda Grand is an incoming senior at the University of Delaware majoring in Environmental and Resource Economics.  She is vice president of Students For the Environment on campus and is participating in undergraduate research at UD.  On 20-something Environmentalist, Linda writes about her experience educating folks on the water quality [...]

Guest Blog: Electronic Waste, Where it Ends Up and What You Can Do About It

Guest Blog by: Craig Dsouza Craig Dsouza just graduted from the University of Delaware with a Masters degree in Environmental Policy.  Read his blog 'People and the Planet: The Spotlight on India' here. On 20-something environmentalist, Craig writes about a common environmental issue in his native country: e-waste in India. A worn out old personal computer, [...]