Essential Reading

The Green Column

W. Cecil Steward, President and CEO of the Joslyn Institute, penned 56 timely and pertinent essays for the Lincoln JournalStar Neighborhood Extra editions beginning in April 2009. We are publishing them here for you to read as well.

Green Column #56  Buildings and cities as green designs   click here

Green Column #55  Downtown: A tale of two cities   click here

Green Column #54  Luddites and Flat Earth advocates   click here

Green Column #53  The language of meaning & the meaning of language: Sustainability   click here

Green Column #52  New gold found in Lincoln   click here

Green Column #51  More evidence that Lincoln is a special place   click here

Green Column #50  Paradigm Lost: Can Americans Change Course?   click here

Green Column #49  Centennial Mall—the difference between a green space, and a green, green urban space   click here

Green Column #48  New green environments benefit 35,000 Lincoln citizens   click here

Green Column #47  Lincoln’s Well-Being Index: Proof of Sustainability   click here

Green Column #46  Think Green It’s Thursday: New Green Social Networking   click here

Green Column #45  Jane Goodall in Nebraska   click here

Green Column #44  Water Wars? Ten Years of Funding Will Not Be Enough   click here

Green Column #43  Nebraska’s Destiny is Yet to Come   click here

Green Column #42  New Green Products Exhibit and Learning Center   click here

Green Column #41  22 Sustainability Resolutions for 2011   click here

Green Column #40  So, You Are Anti-Sustainability?   click here

Green Column #39  Local Opportunities in Home Energy Efficiency Upgrades   click here

Green Column #38  Green Marketing: Smart Consumers   click here

Green Column #37  Working in Lincoln: Ideas for the Future   click here

Green Column #36  Visions of Play in Lincoln’s Future   click here

Green Column #35  Lincoln’s Future Housing and Neighborhoods   click here

Green Column #34  Lincoln’s Transportation Future   click here

Green Column #33  Lincoln’s Future Beautiful Places   click here

Green Column #32  Community Ideas for Lincoln’s Future   click here

Green Column #31  Sustainability: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally   click here

Green Column #30  Businesses and Portfolio Investments: How Green Is It?   click here

Green Column #29  Urban Chickens: Small Beginnings for Local Foods    click here

Green Column #28  Here’s Your Chance to Help Update Comprehensive Plan   click here

Green Column #27  Meeting of the Minds 2010 Convenes in Omaha, a First for the Midwest   click here

Green Column #26   Sustainable Landscaping . . . The Logical Choice   click here

Green Column #25   Earth Day 2010 Aims to Educate, Empower and Celebrate   click here

Green Column #24   But Wait A Minute, Will It Be Sustainable?   click here

Green Column #23   Greens Want To Reverse Wasteful Throwaway Culture   click here

Green Column #22   City’s Sustainability Coordinator Loves Green Challenge   click here

Green Column #21   Lincoln Residents Choosing Now Between Efficiency and Coal   click here

Green Column #20   Lincoln Couple Journeys Toward Energy Independence   click here

Green Column #19   Humans Must Learn to Engineer Repairs to the Planet   click here

Green Column #18   How Far is it From Copenhagen to Lincoln?   click here

Green Column #17   Green Building, Green Campus, Green Planet   click here

Green Column #16   Keeping it Local Saves Money, Resources and Builds Community   click here

Green Column #15   Vote with Your Dollars to Steer Corporate Merchandising   click here

Green Column #14   Three Workshops Promote Greener Construction, Remodeling   click here

Green Column #13   Measuring Lincoln Green by Design’s Own Sustainability   click here

Green Column #12   Billions at Risk of Dying from Starvation, Disease   click here

Green Column #11    Net Zero Houses Buffer Rising Energy Prices   click here

Green Column #10   Green Buildings in a Cleaner Greener Lincoln   click here

Green Column #9   Cap and Trade Bill Urgently Needs Public’s Support   click here

Green Column #8     Can ‘Sustainability’ and ‘Faith’ be Compatible?   click here

Green Column #7   Can Americans Think In Terms Of Sustainability?   click here

Green Column #6   Who Could Possibly Be Against Sustainability?   click here

Green Column #5     Groups Making Lincoln a More Sustainable City   click here

Green Column #4   A Sustainable Community Nurtures Local Food   click here

Green Column #3   It’s Not The Economy, It’s Consumption   click here

Green Column #2     Green Retrofits Would Stimulate Lincoln Economy   click here

Green Column #1   It’s Time to Define New Green Vision for City   click here