Posts by Steve Muzzy

COP26 Notes: Youth Day

Friday, November 5th was youth day at COP26. I attended the Friday’s for Future Scotland Climate Strike. Thousands of students marched across the city to George Square to demonstrate and demand climate action from leaders negotiating climate reduction goals a few miles away. It was amazing to witness the energy and passion of these young leaders. As a […]

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Signatories Support Transition to Clean Transportation Future

Second Nature working with Ceres helped to add higher education’s voice urging Governors in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States to transition to a clean transportation future. Campuses joined the businesses and healthcare systems in seeking solutions to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from transportation activities. Thank you to the following Climate Leadership Commitment Signatories […]

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  • Climate Action
  • Climate Commitments
  • Climate Leadership
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Reporting Carbon Reductions from Renewable Energy Purchases in New Reporting Platform

By Jenn Andrews, Sustainability Projects Director, University of New Hampshire and Steve Muzzy, Senior Manager Climate Programs, Second Nature One of the many challenges of working toward carbon neutrality is that—because of the reality of evolving scientific understanding, policy, and economic responses—the standards and protocols for carbon accounting continue to evolve and change. In 2015, […]

College Can Make the World Better…

[The following post documents my personal journey with higher education. The experiences and views expressed are solely my own.] When I graduated from high school my classmates dispersed in one of three directions; entered the work force, joined the military, or enrolled in college. I was indifferent about my future after high school. Most of […]

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