Posts Tagged ‘environmental economics’

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    Green Blog: Do You Make Green By Being Green?

    Feb 20, 13 • 182 Views • Environment, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University On Sunday afternoon, I accidentally but fortuitously read a certain New York Times article.  Since I now live at a research center in the

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    Green Blog: The Economic Efficiency of the Last Mango

    Feb 12, 13 • 157 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger Jambo from Kenya again this week! The class has finally reached our destination: the beautiful Mpala Research Centre where we can see elephants grazing across the river from our rooms and giraffes line the side of the road as you

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    Green Blog: Global Edition

    Feb 6, 13 • 185 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University Hello to all from Kenya! For those of you who didn’t catch the postscript of my last blog, I am studying abroad here on a joint

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    Green Blog: Inauguration Edition

    Jan 23, 13 • 173 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger Watching the presidential inauguration on Monday was both an inspiring and entertaining event.  Listening to Obama’s inaugural address, I was pretty happy to hear him specifically bring up the country’s need to tackle

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    Green Blog: A Tragedy for All

    Jan 16, 13 • 236 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University This past summer, I was fortunate enough to travel throughout China for a few weeks.  I ate dim sum, climbed the Great Wall and was a