Lots of recent innovation in waste management promises to improve efficiency and leave behind less of a negative footprint.
The Irma Diaries: Lesson for a Warmer World Compelling Survivor Stories from The Virgin Islands Inspires To Fight Climate Change
The Irma Diaries: Compelling Survivor Stories from The Virgin Islands is a new book which can inspire readers to take action to fight climate change….
Sea level rise, more frequent & intense storms and wildfires means fewer and fewer of us live in areas safe from some of the ravages of climate change.
Are Paved Driveways Contributing to Stormwater Pollution? Getting Rid of the Asphalt Can Solve Our Runoff Woes
If you really want to be green, it may be time to think about digging up your paved asphalt driveway and replacing it with soil and native plants…
Disaster historian John Withington proves that storms are getting worse with lots of evidence in his new book Storm: Nature and Culture…
One thing has become clear, the frequency and strength of hurricanes and other storms will continue to increase as the climate warms.
Is Extreme Weather Connected to Climate Change? No Direct Link, But Circumstantial Evidence Compelling
Is there a clear connection between extreme weather and climate change? And if so what are we doing to be prepared?
Stormwater runoff is the number-one cause of water pollution and the greatest threat to our country’s estuaries. Rain gardens offer a beautiful solution.
Tropical storms and invasive species are endangering Louisiana’s drinking water supply.
After the media spotlight has moved on, a toxic legacy continues to haunt New Orleans. Will the state and federal government get serious about protecting the city?