Written by Dave Connell | February 19th, 2010
Gary Neville, an international soccer star and a guy’s guy, is an unabashed greenie. The enviro movement needs more like him, says Dave Connell.
Written by Matt Miller | January 18th, 2010
A pygmy hippo — a native of Africa — shot in Australia? The Nature Conservancy’s Matt Miller says it’s true — and an example of a brave new world.
Written by Matt Miller | November 23rd, 2009
Imagine sitting down to a Thanksgiving dinner in a world without wild turkeys. It’s hard to conceive—if you live in the United States, chances are you’re just a short distance away from a large population of these birds. They roam forests, wood lots, farm fields and prairies from Maine to Florida, from New Jersey to […]
Written by Matt Miller | September 17th, 2009
Hate mail, angry community meetings, hyperbolic letters to the editor. No, not health care reform: Wolf hunting. Here in Idaho, it seems, the wolf hunting season — which opened earlier this month — has pushed all other news aside. Many environmentalists are mad as hell that wolf management has been turned over to the states […]
Written by Matt Miller | July 14th, 2009
Can hunters and anglers make a difference for climate change? After all, sportsmen and sportswomen have a long history of solving conservation challenges. Hunters — and I am one — take justifiable pride in their role in purchasing national wildlife refuges, restoring wildlife populations and conserving wetlands and other habitat. And they have a history of getting […]
Written by Bob Bendick | June 1st, 2009
A couple of weeks ago I blogged about a late-night, long distance phone conversation with my daughter, Becky, and her fear that climate change might so disrupt human communities around the world that it would threaten all of our security. Now, following weeks of working on climate and energy legislation in Washington, I was taking […]