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 Joe Fargione | September 11th, 2012
Will climate change lead to a future with more war? Some say yes, but past evidence suggests otherwise, says Conservancy scientist Joe Fargione.
Written by Joe Craine | August 16th, 2012
Why do some grasslands stand up to drought, while others (like your lawn) wilt? It’s all about diversity, says a new study coauthored by a Conservancy scientist.
Written by Joe Fargione | July 26th, 2012
Building all the wind energy the United States will need without significantly impacting wildlife? Yes we can, says a new study from the Conservancy and WWF–find out more.
Written by Joe Fargione | July 5th, 2012
Is protection of the environment a partisan issue? Not at all. Our lead scientist for conservation in North America explains why.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | October 16th, 2011
Cool Green Science is participating in Blog Action Day, an annual event that is sparking a conservation about food. Here we break down organic vs. conventional farming.
Written by Nicole Levins | August 10th, 2011
Written by Joe Fargione | August 10th, 2011
Like sequels to a bad zombie movie, the Gulf of Mexico dead zone keeps coming back every summer — aaaggh! Conservancy scientist Joe Fargione explains what it is and how it can be stopped.
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 27th, 2011
When scientific study results get harder to reproduce, does that mean science is in crisis? Conservancy scientists Rob McDonald, Doria Gordon and Joe Fargione respond to a New Yorker article.
Written by Joe Fargione | January 26th, 2010
How will we feed the world in 2050 — and what will it mean for nature? Getting the right answers is as important as dealing with climate change, writes Conservancy scientist Joe Fargione.