In traditional suburban lawns with scattered trees, the grass dominates evapotranspiration
Implementation of the Endangered Species Act is crucially dependent upon what constitutes a species.
Replacing old forests with young forests to increase carbon sequestration is a fool’s errand.
When the environmental temperature rises above body temperature, the body must dissipate heat via evaporative cooling—i.e., sweating.
Perhaps land developers are poking fun at us
When we manipulate one component of an ecosystem, such as predators, unknown consequences show up…
Areas covered by pavement all contribute to the footprint of humans on Earth.
Removal of groundwaters that were recharged during the wetter Pleistocene epoch is a classic example of non-sustainable human behavior.
Housing a billion chickens in North Carolina is equivalent to living with 10,000,000 people with no sewage treatment.
What constitutes environmental justice seems inherently subjective…