Written by Megan Sheehan | November 6th, 2013
Written by Megan Sheehan | August 21st, 2013
We’ve got climate change updates, nasty plastic news, showers of poison and more in today’s green news.
- IPCC is near certain that climate change is caused by humans. (The New York Times)
- A poison shower to kill rodents on an island could help rare seabirds recover, say the Feds. (Huffington Post)
- Fukushima is leaking 80,000 gallons of contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean every day. (NPR)
- More dolphin deaths are found off the coast of Virginia, with little evidence as to why they’re dying. (Washington Post)
- Rare sea turtles are eating plastic at a record rate. (MNN)
Written by Daniel White | July 3rd, 2013
This Independence Day, our guest blogger reflects on how fortunate we are that so much of America has been preserved for our enjoyment and enlightenment.
Written by Jon Schwedler | June 10th, 2013
As kids we’re taught not to play with fire. So how do you explain your job to your sons when you’re setting managed, controlled fires for a living? The Conservancy’s Sam Lindblom shares his story.
Written by Sarah Hauck | March 26th, 2013
A native Virginian finds common ground with a Virginian community who fought for their survival with the help of The Nature Conservancy.
Written by Megan Sheehan | August 22nd, 2012
Written by Megan Sheehan | August 16th, 2012
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | October 7th, 2011
Written by Daniel White | July 7th, 2009
What — has Cool Green Science suddenly morphed into another blog for foodies? “From Sausage to Fish” may sound like advertising in the window of a diner catering to carnivores. But in reality, it captures two quite different sensory experiences described by participants in the world’s largest seagrass restoration project, co-led by The Nature Conservancy. […]
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | June 15th, 2009
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… wait… it’s a bird wearing a backpack!? That’s correct, bird lovers. This summer, The Nature Conservancy and the Center for Conservation Biology have teamed up again to track the migratory routes of tagged whimbrels from Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Inspiration for this project was born in June 2008 when researchers […]