The impacts of climate change are likely to cause a 1.2% decline in GDP across the U.S. per one degree rise in temperature (C)
I watched a TED Talk by the policy advisor Simon Anholt the other day, titled “Who would the rest of the world vote for in your country’s election?” He asserted the following: “I think that ifContinue reading
Costa Rica’s coasts, long renowned for being rich in biodiversity, have recently come under attack by industrial fishing. While living in the country for 10 months as a Hart Leadership Fellow, I interviewed fishermen onContinue reading
Throughout my course, ENV212: U.S. Domestic Environmental Policy, I have been studying various United States policies centered around environmental issues. I have learned how to take a critical lens to some of these policies, oneContinue reading
Most people don’t think climate change will matter to them.
Though controversial, responsibly feeding sharks has created a win-win where livelihoods are generated from dive tourism while the reef and its predators including bull sharks, lemon sharks, trevally and groupers return to healthy abundancesContinue reading
Did you ever imagine that such an unassuming ecosystem could be so essential to life on this planet?
Maybe, just maybe, what is happening at Oroville will begin to wake up the American public to what is happening all around them when it comes to dams.
How does the difficulty of combatting climate change compare to the war on poverty or the race to put a man on the moon?
When people mention the Republic of Seychelles, plush beach vacations most often come to mind. However, these islands may soon be known for something else: marine reserves. With the help of the Nature Conservancy, SeychellesContinue reading