Tag: Laura Geselbracht

Cool Green Morning: Monday, July 11

Written by | July 11th, 2011


Happy Cool Green Monday!

  1. Conservancy marine scientist Laura Geselbracht explains why sea level rise is such a big deal for Florida’s Gulf Coast. (Grist)
  2. A new study revealed that today’s polar bears started out brown and Irish. (Scientific American)
  3. Love solar power, but not so crazy about solar panels? Meet solar ivy. (CleanTechnica)
  4. Brand-new South Sudan is home to some increasingly rare African megafauna. (Mongabay)
  5. In defense of “personal liberty,” Republicans in Congress move to stop the adoption of energy-efficient light bulbs. (Guardian)

Nature Brains: The Race Against Sea-Level Rise

Written by | July 6th, 2011


Sea-level rise due to climate change is already picking winners and losers (black bears) on Florida’s Gulf Coast–and it will impact people next, according to a new study authored by Conservancy scientists.

Gulf Oil Spill: A View from Florida

Written by | June 3rd, 2010


Conservancy marine scientist Laura Geselbracht saw the effects of oil spills on wildlife when working in Washington state. Now she’s in Florida — and fears the worst.

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