Written by Bob Lalasz | January 3rd, 2012
Half a meter in sea-level rise due to climate change — what damage could that little bit do to a crowded coastline? A lot, says a new study coauthored by Nature Conservancy scientists.
Written by Brad Parker | October 10th, 2011
The actress (Veronica Mars, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and activist talks to us about one of the most important issues facing the planet and what motivated her to take up the cause.
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 27th, 2011
This week our lead scientist Sanjayan will speak at the forum about environmental challenges facing planet Earth. What does he think can help? Watch this video for a preview.
Written by Bob Lalasz | April 22nd, 2011
Jeff DeQuattro, our coastal projects manager in Alabama, talks about the health of the Gulf of Mexico today, the weirdest thing he saw wash up after the oil spill, and the nastiest part of restoring oyster reefs.
Written by Darci Palmquist | December 7th, 2010
Written by Darci Palmquist | September 14th, 2010
Written by Darci Palmquist | December 15th, 2009
Check out the Top 5 green news stories we’re seeing on the web this morning: The site of a former brothel in Nevada could become a free-roaming river and sanctuary for wildlife, with restoration help from The Nature Conservancy (NYTimes). Besides the big climate summit, Copenhagen is a city known for its biking culture. So it makes […]
Written by Bob Lalasz | September 21st, 2009
We take the morning’s green news by the horns here at Cool Green Science — including a great story about Central Asia’s saiga antelope (above), being brought back from the brink of extinction by good old-fashioned conservation: European leaders are openly questioning whether the United States has the political will to address climate change, reports […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | September 15th, 2009
There might not be much hope for the Goose Creek milkvetch, but at least you can now heat your home with an ethanol fireplace. Read on for that and weightier topics like sunspots, the Peruvian Amazon conflict and REDD (one of the most important strategies in fighting climate change, says Conservancy president Mark Tercek). Goose Creek milkvetch (pictured […]