Are We Overestimating How Much Trees Will Help Fight Climate Change?

September 4, 2019 by Jan Ellen Spiegel Bob Marra navigated his way to the back of a dusty barn in Hamden, Connecticut, belonging to the state’s Agricultural Experiment Station. There, past piles of empty beehives, on a wall of metal shelves, were stacks of wooden disks — all that remains of 39 trees taken down …

How to photograph wildlife ethically

Our friends at National Geographic have built a long history and stellar reputation documenting our world with captivating photographs and educational stories. A number of their photographers have shared insights and experience in capturing compelling photos while maintaining an ethical respect for the animals being photographed.

Cars and their societal impact

There has been a long-held belief that the auto industry has a great deal to answer for in it's impact to our communities globally. Many Western societies enjoyed fairly capable and well-servicing public transport systems across the 1950-1970s. That is, until the auto industry in partnership with steel, rubber, and mega-industrial conglomerates orchestrated a buy-out …

A plan to reduce global warming… Project Drawdown

Project Drawdown gathers and facilitates a broad coalition of researchers, scientists, graduate students, PhDs, post-docs, policy makers, business leaders and activists to assemble and present the best available information on climate solutions in order to describe their beneficial financial, social and environmental impact over the next thirty years.