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The Biker's Dilemma

The Biker's Dilemma

Mountain biking is one of the most common outdoor activities in the United States. It’s fast, thrilling, physical, and calming all at the same time. No wonder people love it. Although there is one downside to being a mountain biker; you are not allowed in designated wilderness areas. Some people...

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Our Expanding Collection

Our Expanding Collection

We confess our excitement as the second edition of Engaging Students through Global Issues finds its place in Facing the Future's expanding library and brings a major update to a cornerstone of our sustainability program studies. What’s more, and with as much enthusiasm, we also welcome our newest curriculum, Big World, Small Planet, which...

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World Affairs Council and WWU

World Affairs Council and WWU

Hosted by Western Washington University and Facing the Future, you are welcomed to join the World Affairs Council on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., at the SEA Discovery Center in Poulsbo, Wash., for an educator’s workshop about climate change and its relationship to issues of social justice and...

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How to get involved with conservation

How to get involved with conservation

Conservation of the planet is one of the most important subjects we can care about. So, what can we do to ensure that the planet and all its creatures are cared for? Here are some tips on how to promote conservation: Advocate Arguably, one of the most important aspects of improving...

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Energizing with Solar Power

Energizing with Solar Power

In the U.S. and around the world, the use of solar energy is on the rise. So, is solar energy the energy source of the future? Who is even using it, anyway? In Ethiopia – and in a growing list of other nations in Africa – Solarkiosks were introduced and...

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