Underwater noise pollution from military sonar, industrial activity & seismic testing is an increasing threat to marine wildlife & ecosystems…
Arctic Warming: Keeping Ice = Saving Climate More than polar bears at risk in the great Arctic melt-out
The Arctic is an “indicator region” for the rest of the planet: small changes there can have profound ecosystem impacts elsewhere in the world…
What’s Behind So Many Whales Dying In The Gulf of Alaska? Environmentalists worry about humpback, fin and gray whales
Scientists worry that humpback, fin and gray whales dying in the Gulf of Alaska could be a signal of a bigger environmental problem.
Are We Past the Point of No Return on Climate Change? Greens give us five years to cut back emissions
While we may not yet have reached the “point of no return” when no amount of CO2 cutbacks will save us from global warming, we may be getting awfully close.
Just because it’s cold and icy outside this winter doesn’t mean we are off the hook regarding global warming given more extreme weather of every variety.
A thriving coral habitat in the Marshall Islands is under threat of destruction thanks to an airport expansion on Majuro, the capital atoll.
The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) has been helping prevent soil erosion and the deterioration of wetlands, water quality & wildlife habitat since 1985.