Trey is an inspired writer and aspiring architect, moved by the traditional ideals of simplicity and self-sufficiency. Originally from New Hampshire, he received an English degree in 2007 from Otago University in New Zealand, before relocating to the Bay Area of California. He spends his days working for a prominent green architect in Berkeley, while working on his Masters thesis at San Francisco Institute of Architecture and directing a schoolyard greening non-profit, The Living Labs Project. He enjoys biking to work, as well as along the rolling hills of the park behind his house.
A group of students from Prasetiya Mulya Business School in Indonesia recently won the 2009 Global Social Venture Competition with their "EcoFaeBrick", a quality, easily manufactured, low-cost
The Mayor of the fine city of San Francisco has a bit of blogger in him. Just yesterday Mayor Gavin Newsom wrote a guest post on our favorite beyond petroleum blog gas2.0, kicking off the race
University of Sheffield's new £4.4 million Arthur Willis Environmental Centre will allow researchers to study future climate scenarios and their effects on local biology, including plants and
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