Most Urgent Threats to Life on Earth Today
Global Warming Not Even in Top Five Nowadays, to hear some lightweight, so-called environmentalists yammer and yack, the one and only environmental... Read More
Most Creative Water Conservation Award Goes to San Rafael Pacifics Baseball Team
As California enters its summer and early fall months – the mostly rainless June, July, August and September – Hollywood’s rich and... Read More
World Water Day Promotes Conservation: Is Gov. Jerry Brown Listening?
On Sunday, World Water Day will be celebrated. The annual event is intended to help understand the vital role water plays in... Read More
Diamonds (and Human Impacts) Are Forever: The Long-Lived Consequences of Growth
A “long time” depends on perspective – to an impatient child it’s measured in minutes, to a historian in decades or centuries,... Read More
Fresh Water from the Sea?
Desalination Is No Panacea As California’s epic drought continues, many in the state are considering sea water desalination as a solution. The... Read More
Population and the National Climate Assessment
If you are a population activist, you are likely to be disappointed if you do a word search for “population” in the... Read More
Is Abundant Human Population Compatible with Abundant Wildlife Populations?
As an undergraduate majoring in fisheries and wildlife management, I learned numerous wildlife management techniques, tools and technologies. Later, as a fisheries... Read More
Overpopulation Causes More Roadkill Across the Land
The earth is our home. Unless we preserve the rest of life, as a sacred duty, we will be endangering ourselves by... Read More
Earth Day 2014: Act Now to Save Some of California for the Future
Gaylord Nelson, founder of Earth Day, at the Apostle Islands, Wisconsin. On Earth Day, Americans should revisit a cause that was once... Read More
Concerned Maui Residents Join Together to Save Species, Beaches
On Maui’s southern coast, tourist foot traffic and development have gradually increased dune erosion and left the Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus pacificus) without... Read More