Indeed, Florida’s manatees have come back from where they stood on the brink of extinction in the late 1960s, when only a few hundred individuals remained in the wild. But …
Has anyone calculated the positive health & economic impacts of international efforts to protect the stratospheric ozone layer
“It’s very encouraging.” she added. “It shows that, given the will, the nations of the world can come together to solve global environmental problems.”
How are bird populations faring in the U.S. and around the world? What are some ways to help them?
Over the past few years, organizations such as Ducks Unlimited, Pheasants Forever, the National Audubon Society, and the California Waterfowl Association have collaborated to conserve waterfowl habitat.
EarthTalk Q&A: November 21, 2021 – Conservation Dogs To The Rescue
Simply put, conservation dogs are canines specially trained in sniffing out evidence of specific wildlife species that scientists are seeking to learn more about for one reason or another.
EarthTalk Q&A: November 14, 2021—Dishwasher or Handwashing: Which Is Better?
Here is why hands-down, the dishwasher is the way to go, not only from the standpoint of water waste and energy use but also to preserve your own sanity.
EarthTalk Q&A: November 7, 2021—Are Environmentalists Happy With Biden?
Donald Trump, given his administration’s interest in pursuing sustainability and climate goals.
EarthTalk Q&A: October 31, 2021—Ditch The Gas Stove?
Walking into your kitchen to make dinner appears relatively simple with a gas-powered stove readily available to cook your every desire.
EarthTalk Q&A: October 24, 2021—Should Tribes Take Back National Parks?
Prior to white settlement, as many as 15 million Indigenous people inhabited what would come to be called the contiguous United States; by the 1890s only about 250,000 remained.
EarthTalk Q&A: October 17, 2021—Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena
When Seattle’s new sports and concert arena opened its doors to the public in October 2021, many were left scratching heads as to what the heck the building’s name was about.
What’s the latest on efforts to force Procter & Gamble to stop using virgin forest fiber for its toilet paper products?
Strolling down the toilet paper aisle, one is faced with a grave decision: 3-ply or ultra-plush? For consumers, factors like price, size and comfort always come to mind first, yet why do we fail to prioritize the environmental impact of toilet paper?
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