A stereotypical college professor is the picture of wisdom, precision, and hard work. With a tweed coat with elbow pads, they drag through their many classes Ben Stein style, without ever learning anybody’s name, and leaving no room in class for discussions or debate. There’s no way a college professor […]

You expel 20.2 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. You’re not the only one. So does every other person in the United States. That’s approximately 6,218,772,000 tons. That number, in part, explains why the United States is responsible for 30.3% of the global contribution to global warming. […]