Written by Megan Sheehan | October 21st, 2013
Another mysterious fish washes ashore in today’s green news.
- How many tree species do you think reside in the Amazon? A new report estimates just how diverse the rainforest is. (Pentagon Post)
- Another rare oarfish has washed ashore in California, and scientists are stumped as to why. (Reuters)
- This report has us wondering what our oceans are going to look like by 2100. (Environment News Service)
- The end of an oil era is 2070, says a major oil company. (MNN)
- Giant Asian tiger shrimp — we’re talking the length of a forearm — have invaded U.S. waters. (TreeHugger)
Written by Megan Sheehan | October 16th, 2013
Written by Bill Ulfelder | January 24th, 2013
Our blogger follows his grandfather’s advice and travels to the Amazon. But will it be there for his grandchildren to see?
Written by Jack Hurd | January 3rd, 2013
Jack Hurd makes some New Year’s resolutions for 2013 and introduces a fun new infographic that explains how individuals can help save Asia-Pacific’s forests.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | May 3rd, 2012
Written by Phil Hoose | April 17th, 2012
For a group of Heiltsuk First Nation fourth-graders, learning about their community’s connection to herring is about much more than history — it’s about the future of Great Bear Rainforest.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | February 17th, 2012
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | February 10th, 2012
Written by David Cleary | September 3rd, 2010
Is there really a link between the economy and levels of deforestation in the Amazon? David Cleary, our director of conservation strategies in South America, looks at that relationship and some interesting trends in Brazil.