The rehabilitation of mine-sites across Western Australia has been a litany of failure on many fronts, particularly in ‘out of the way’ Northern regional areas. Photographer Hugh Brown is concerned. 441 more words
Simply planting trees will not necessarily slow down climate change, an analysis of Europe’s vegetation history shows. Although the continent’s forests have expanded by 10% since 1750, timber harvesting and shifts to more commercially valuable tree species have resulted in a net release of carbon to the atmosphere, a 218 more words
Lynn Lawson with award, December 14, 2015
Ninety year old Lynn Lawson of Evanston, IL passed away on January 30, 2016.
In September, 2015, Mary Lamielle, Executive Director of the National Center for Environmental Health Strategies, named Lynn Lawson the first recipient of the NCEHS EI Pioneer Award: 271 more words
The Cloudspotter’s Guide: The Science, History, and Culture of Clouds is a highly idiosyncratic compendium of, well, clouds, from cumulus to cirrus, with all the species and varieties thereof. 117 more words
SAN DIEGO (CBS/AP) — A starving sea lion has been rescued after finding its way into the booth of a fancy San Diego restaurant.
The pup was discovered on Thursday by 198 more words