There is tremendous growth in wind and solar installations, with good reason—free market economics.
I remain determined to visit all of the 175 state parks, trails and historic sites in Florida. In December, I officially crossed the three-digit threshold, and my current total stands at 101.
Aside from taking in Raleigh’s New Year’s celebrations, I came back to the Triangle for the rest of winter break hoping to straighten out my schedule and commitments for the semester
Transportation in Beaufort is changing and these changes will affect how people commute to the Duke Marine Lab.
The last thing anyone expects in paradise are GMO testing sites. And yet, vast swaths of the southern part of Kaua’i are becoming just that: open-aired laboratories for some biotech companies.
I often find that a personal connection to the lands that we so often speak of is best translated through poetry.
In Houston’s most flood-prone neighborhoods, hard questions linger in the background of any conversation about Hurricane Harvey and recovery.
I don’t know what 2018 has in store, but I know that as long as there are places on the planet worth celebrating and protecting, there will be people throwing their all into the job of doing so. And for that, I’m incredibly grateful.
The decline in δ13C to a more negative value is not compatible with the idea that fossil fuels are the source of rising methane in the atmosphere.