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by Bill Schelesinger in Environment
Mon Aug 24th, 2015

Taking our reported annual emissions and the size of the U.S. population, the average American is responsible for about 17 tons of carbon dioxide emitted to the atmosphere each y...

by Bill Schelesinger in Environment
Wed Aug 19th, 2015

August 20- Soon college campuses will be bustling with activity for the new fall semester. We are sure to hear a call from students to sell endowment investments in the...

by Tom Parrett in Environment
Sun Aug 16th, 2015

This story originally ran May 21-June 4, 2014 and is being re-posted to link with a story on the future of the Hudson River by Antonia Shoumatoff:

by Bill Schlesinger in Environment
Thu Aug 13th, 2015

August 14-
After carbon dioxide and methane, the third most important “greenhouse” gas in Earth’s atmosphere derived from human activities is nitrous oxide (N2O). It is odorless and colorless...

by Bill Schlesinger in Environment
Sun Aug 9th, 2015

July 10-There are lots of potential impacts associated with the ongoing changes in global climate, and changes in the distribution of vegetation are among them. Most plant species have adapted...

by Tonia Shoumatoff in Environment
Tue Aug 4th, 2015

Combining art and science may seem like a new idea, but the two are intrinsically interlinked and are complementary. Natural pigmentation can be a learning tool for studying science.  Extracting...

by Bill Schlesinger in Environment
Mon Aug 3rd, 2015

August 4. 2014
Environmentalists can be a depressing lot. Nothing seems to be good in their world. Too many people, no clean water, global warming, rising seas...

by Diane Engleke in Environment
Mon Aug 3rd, 2015

This Green Heron is fishing in an almost dry pond. The bird will sometimes use twigs to lure in fish.
Dianne Engleke is an artist, photographer and naturalist living...