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Molly Greenwood, NRDC alum, Santa Monica

Molly Greenwood

Recent Posts

Spending Earth Day in Our Own Backyard

Posted April 21, 2010 by Molly Greenwood

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  With the 40th anniversary of Earth Day fast approaching, the Eco Committee here in NRDC’s Santa Monica office has been hard at work planning a week’s worth of events worthy of commemorating four decades of environmental activism and awareness. ...continued

No Impact Week: A Few Thoughts on Getting from Here to There

Posted October 20, 2009 by Molly Greenwood

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It is now Day 3 of the No Impact experiment, and I've already broken one of my commitments!  My plan was to avoid buying any food item with a package this week, but when I went home last night to...continued

No Impact Week: Consumption and Garbage

Posted October 19, 2009 by Molly Greenwood

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On Days 1 and 2 of my HuffPost No Impact Week experiment, my first thought was to reconsider some wise words from my favorite provider of quotes -- my mom.  She loves to point out that when we throw something away,...continued

Commuting With Strangers: Diary of an LA Bus Rider

Posted March 23, 2009 by Molly Greenwood

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Life in Los Angeles has a lot going for it.  The most obvious "pro" is the weather--the temperature reached a balmy 83° here at the end of February as the East Coast was gearing up for a blizzard.  We also...continued

Beat Variance Meets Beet Variance

Posted February 6, 2009 by Molly Greenwood

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One of my favorite things to do on my bus commute to and from work is to catch up on the news by listening to NPR.  Unsurprisingly, a lot of the segments lately have focused on the economy.  The recession...continued


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