Written by Megan Sheehan | November 25th, 2013
Written by Wayne Klockner | May 3rd, 2013
By 2050, the Earth’s population is expected to exceed 9 billion, and our climate is changing at a rate even faster than anticipated. How can we continue to meet the needs of nature and people?
Written by Jack Hurd | February 12th, 2013
In honor of Valentine’s Day, Jack Hurd examines the history of the cacao bean and explains how you can make sure your chocolate is responsibly harvested.
Written by Mark Tercek | November 21st, 2012
Ken Burns called the Dust Bowl “one of the great cautionary tales of all time.” We learned, then, about the need to care for nature. Are we so absorbed today by political division that we cannot or will not heed nature’s latest warnings?
Written by Mark Tercek | June 15th, 2012
Our president and CEO Mark Tercek urges congressional leaders not to further cut funding to vital conservation programs in the Farm Bill — programs that protect the health of America’s soil, water, wildlife and other natural resources essential to our lives and livelihoods.
Written by Brad Parker | March 28th, 2011
Local food pioneer Alice Waters talks about her favorite weekly outing and why she’s hopeful that we’ll finally start making smarter choices about what we eat.
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 19th, 2009
From Washington to Thailand to Gabon — we’ve scoured the world for the top environmental stories that you should read today. It’s all here at your fingertips in our Cool Green Morning news round-up. Ocean acidification has hit the courtrooms — the first lawsuit over ocean acidification has been filed by the Center for Biological Diversity against the EPA, […]
Written by Matt Miller | March 31st, 2009
Visit an Andean village, and you have a decent chance of seeing a few cuy — also known as guinea pigs — running around homes. These aren’t pets. If you stick around that village, you may very well be served one for dinner. Cuy is a dish served in many parts of the Andes on […]