Monthly Archives: October 2012

NYC: Sustainable City?

Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting New York City with few friends. The trip itself was fun with visits to the Empire State Building, Central Park, Museum of Modern Arts, 9-11 Memorial, Flushing, China-Town, Time Square etc… … Continue reading

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Renewable Resource: WHY UC SAN DIEGO’s Student Price Center is Green

Yesterday in class, the topic of Renewable Resource was brought up and during the lecture the picture of where these resources are located in the US was brought up. Looking at the map, I laughed a bit on the inside. … Continue reading

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The Broken Cycles: An Overview of Peak Phosphorus and Peak Oil Crisis.

The Broken Cycles: An Overview of Peak Phosphorus and Peak Oil Crisis. It is often hard to imagine that humans have only been on Earth for 200,000 years compared to the 4.5 billion years Earth’s been in existence (Anonymous2007, 1). … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Things Are in the City – Comments on Owen’s Green Metropolis

David Owen in Green Metropolis brought up several interesting topics regarding the current structure of society. One particular thing that kept me reading was the writing style that Owen used. A quick search online and I found that this particular … Continue reading

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