May 10, 2013
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Would you ‘Like’ a drink? Youth drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing

Preventing alcohol abuse, especially among young people, has long been a focus of public-health campaigns. But despite the well-publicized social and medical consequences of drinking too much it’s clear that for many, heavy drinking has become a normal part of life. Continue reading

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May 9, 2013
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No holes in Swiss online networking theory

Often, it’s not what you know, but who you know when it comes to business and research success and that still applies even in the age of online social networking, according to new results. Continue reading

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April 11, 2013
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Texting, social networking and other media use linked to poor academic performance

Freshmen women spend nearly half their day — 12 hours — engaged in some form of media use, particularly texting, music, the Internet and social networking. Continue reading

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March 19, 2013
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Neanderthal brains focused on vision and movement leaving less room for social networking

Neanderthal brains were adapted to allow them to see better and maintain larger bodies, according to new research. Although Neanderthals’ brains were similar in size to their contemporary modern human counterparts, fresh analysis of fossil data suggest… Continue reading

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February 14, 2013
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NYC’s Chief Digital Officer, Rachel Haot on the work of Jane Jacobs

The Verge interviewed NYC’s Chief Digital Officer, Rachel Haot. She makes an interesting connection between urban design and social networking. Continue reading

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January 31, 2013
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Social networking: Gen Xers connect online as often as they socialize in person

Young adults in Generation X are as likely to socialize with friends, family and co-workers online as they are in person, according to a new study. Continue reading

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January 15, 2013
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Facebook concept used by 16th century scholars

Our obsession with social networking is not exclusive to the 21st century, according to researchers. Continue reading

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January 2, 2013
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Bonobos will share with strangers before acquaintances

Bonobos, those notoriously frisky, ardently social great apes of the Congo, value social networking so much, they share food with a stranger before an acquaintance. Continue reading

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August 1, 2012
by Lauren Kubiak
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Facebook Releases Carbon Footprint, Complement to NRDC/Opower Social Energy App

Lauren Kubiak, Energy Fellow, New York
Today, Facebook released a never-before publicly disclosed figure: its carbon footprint. Amounting to 285,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2011, the analysis incorporates emissions f… Continue reading

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November 21, 2011
by Brandi Colander
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2011 Renewable Energy Markets Conference

Brandi Colander, Attorney, Air & Energy – New York City
The 2011 Renewable Energy Markets (“REM”) conference in San Francisco, hosted by the Center for Resource Solutions (“CRS”), highlighted some of the most cut… Continue reading

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October 14, 2011
by Brandi Colander
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Plugging in the Power of Social Networking

Brandi Colander, Attorney, Air & Energy – New York City
Today, NRDC joined forces with Facebook and Opower to launch a landmark initiative designed to kick energy efficiency up a notch. Seizing upon the potential for social networking t… Continue reading

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