Written by Nicole Levins | November 2nd, 2011
Written by Julia Kumari Drapkin | July 19th, 2011
New research indicates the color of our carbon storage matters. Nature Conservancy scientists take a closer look at blue carbon and find it’s looking better than green.
Written by Darci Palmquist | March 31st, 2011
Written by Michael Looker | October 21st, 2010
The director of The Nature Conservancy’s Australia program explains why that country is a major player in fighting climate change, and how some simple changes could make it even more effective.
Written by Nicole Levins | July 14th, 2010
Lions and zebras and giraffes, oh m… hey, where did they all go? Find out that and more! in this morning’s round-up of the day’s best green news.
- The Gulf of Mexico will recover eventually– but how long are we talking here? (Christian Science Monitor)
- Let the countdown begin: a Senate climate and energy bill could be just two weeks away. (AFP, via Grist)
- Catching carbon with science…rocket science. (EcoGeek)
- The numbers of Africa’s iconic, charismatic megafauna are declining pretty significantly– even the ones living in national parks. (Treehugger)
- Some parking lots may soon turn into “solar forests. ” (Green)
Written by Bob Lalasz | November 13th, 2009
Feeling unlucky this Friday the 13th? Fortify yourself with the latest in green news — recycled diapers, undersea gliders, a historic comeback and a new way to shut up those global warming skeptics close to you (speaking of superstitious…) So you’re at a family gathering, arguing with Uncle Climate Denier over the reality of climate […]
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | October 15th, 2009
Thirteen years ago, The Nature Conservancy teamed up with Fundación Amigos de la Naturaleza, American Electric Power Company, BP America and Pacificorp to buy out four logging concessions adjacent to Bolivia’s Noel Kempff Mercado National Park. In addition to protecting almost 832,000 hectares of forest habitat and doubling the size of the national park, this […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | September 28th, 2009
We’ve got some meaty topics for you today (um, literally). And yes, we know it is Monday morning, so if you need to take the easy way out, start with this report on the gorgeous fall foliage bursting across Maine. Then buck up and dig in to our top Cool Green News links below. Over at The New Republic, […]
Written by Karen Foerstel | December 10th, 2008
POZNAN, Poland — The big names begin arriving in Poznan today as negotiations ramp up in the final three days of the international climate change meeting. And U.S. congressional staffers warn that passage of cap-and-trade climate change legislation is unlikely to happen in the next 12 months. Former Vice President Al Gore is scheduled to […]