Written by Brad Parker | September 28th, 2011
The double whammy of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee had a major impact on the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Mark Bryer looks at the effects and how to restore the Bay’s resilience for people and nature.
Written by Jeff Opperman | April 29th, 2011
A controversial decision to blow up a levee on the Mississippi and cause an intentional flood pits one state against another. Our Jeff Opperman looks at the science behind the battle.
Written by Brad Parker | December 10th, 2010
Written by Dave Mehlman | December 8th, 2010
A mysterious disease is causing major bill deformities for birds, mostly in Alaska. Our avian expert looks at some of the worst effects and the potential causes.
Written by Darci Palmquist | August 4th, 2009
Feeling sluggish this morning? Our top five Cool Green Morning news links will perk you up! Are kids getting enough exposure to nature? The opinion of one New York Times columnist is “no.” Read his editorial… and find out why kids need to know what happens when you lick a banana slug. Take it from a […]