The average U.S. citizen is responsible for 16 tons of CO2 added to the atmosphere each year and nearly 50 square meters of sea-ice loss.
Some of you must have been wondering where I have been this past few weeks. Well, I was off the grid. I was learning about my country and meeting amazing people. I really had anContinue reading
Telling stories about invisible particles in the air and upper atmosphere requires more creativity than most. And I had less than three months to find a way to pull it off.
We will not make America great again if we can’t breathe the air, drink the water, or find mental refreshment and recreation in natural areas.
The R/V Reuben Lasker is a 208 foot NOAA research vessel home-ported in San Diego, California. The Lasker is operated primarily by NOAA Fisheries’ Southwest Center and is used for conducting fisheries science research suchContinue reading
Ecotourism does a lot of good. It helps people create a bond with animals, which might encourage them to help conserve them. But it must be done responsibly.
It gives me pause to see proposals now before government agencies to relax the standards for discharge and stream protection
Every year since 1934, hunters hoping to go after waterfowl or other migratory birds have been obligated to buy a Duck Stamp. Once purchased, 98 cents of every dollar spent on the stamp goes toContinue reading
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)
When I first got to Centre Valbio, I was lucky enough to see a bit of musical Malagasy culture. Whenever a big group of visitors arrived or left, CVB liked to throw a party. TheyContinue reading