Written by Mark Tercek | July 18th, 2013
“My generation is leaving a world in a precarious state,” says environmental leader Jonathan Lash. Learn how Lash plans to prepare the next generation for these challenges in his position as president of Hampshire College.
Written by Megan Sheehan | September 13th, 2012
Written by CJ Hudlow | June 17th, 2009
Picture the coral reefs in “Finding Nemo.” The weird and wonderful shapes, the explosion of colors, fantastical fish darting in and out. They seem practically made for children. But children — as well as most adults — living in the heart of the most spectacular coral reefs on the planet — the Coral Triangle — […]
Written by Sanjayan | March 6th, 2009
(Image: Sanjayan (left), lead scientist with The Nature Conservancy, working with local professional scuba divers and non-governmental conservation organization staff, investigates December 2004 tsunami damage to coral reef ecosystems in coastal areas near Galle, Sri Lanka. Credit: Mark Godfrey/TNC. ) “What skills do I need to get a job in conservation”? I visit dozens of […]