Josh Gellers

 

Josh is a LEED Green Associate and Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of North Florida residing in Jacksonville, FL. Despite being a career student, he has worked extensively on climate change and sustainability issues in academia, local government, and the private sector. Josh holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Florida (Go Gators!), an MA in Climate & Society from Columbia University (Go Lions!), and a PhD in Political Science from UC Irvine (Anteaters? Really?). Follow his digital antics on Twitter: @JoshGellers.

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How Sustainable is Mitt Romney’s Vision for America and the Environment?

How Sustainable is Mitt Romney’s Vision for America and the Environment?

The 2012 Presidential Election is tomorrow, and critical decisions regarding how the United States should tackle climate change and energy security will need to be made in the near future.

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Green-Roofed Shopping Mall in China is Topped With 4 Rooftop Villas

Green-Roofed Shopping Mall in China is Topped With 4 Rooftop Villas

While New York is making strides in promoting the installation of green roofs throughout NYC, the city of Zhuzhou in Hunan, China is taking the idea of green roofs to new heights with a shopping

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New Report Lauds Intel, HP, Apple for Manufacturing with Conflict-Free Minerals

New Report Lauds Intel, HP, Apple for Manufacturing with Conflict-Free Minerals

In a world where consumers are becoming increasingly socially conscious, "conflict minerals" are to electronics what blood diamonds are to jewelry. A new report released by Enough Project, a

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New Study Finds Groundwater Demand Outstrips Supply For Over 1 Billion People

New Study Finds Groundwater Demand Outstrips Supply For Over 1 Billion People

Water Levels Photo from Shutterstock Over 1 billion people live in areas where groundwater is disappearing faster than it can be replenished, according to a new study published in Nature.

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$11 Billion Worth of Recyclable Packaging is Buried in American Landfills

$11 Billion Worth of Recyclable Packaging is Buried in American Landfills

Photo via Shutterstock Americans may produce more municipal waste per capita than any other country in the world, but improving our recycling rate is one major way we can turn the tide and

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New Study Suggests Pacific Ocean is Polluted With… Coffee?

New Study Suggests Pacific Ocean is Polluted With… Coffee?

People aren’t the only ones getting a jolt from caffeine these days; in a new study published in Marine Pollution Bulletin, scientists found elevated concentrations of caffeine in the Pacific

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Sman Cruisers’ Classic Wooden Bikes Take to the Streets With Sustainable Style

Sman Cruisers’ Classic Wooden Bikes Take to the Streets With Sustainable Style

With summer in full swing and temperatures soaring across the states, why not stay cool and reduce carbon emissions at the same time by taking to the streets on a wooden bicycle by Sman

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The Flaca LED Lamp Shines Bright With a Striking Minimalist Form

The Flaca LED Lamp Shines Bright With a Striking Minimalist Form

Traditional reading lights are often serpentine eyesores that appear to channel the ghosts of external computer microphones or clunky bookmarks, but Masiosare Studio's Flaca LED lamp offers

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