The Nature Conservancy, is involved in a very exciting agreement between the Indonesian and U.S. governments and WWF to inject significant additional investments into forest conservation efforts on the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo.
Archive for September, 2011
Stay busy and stay outside … a simple message from my grandparents that helped me develop a deep connection to our planet and an appreciation for those who use it sustainably
Late-season produce wraps up summer’s garden-share but health and carbon benefits of simple meals linger into fall.
A new, simplified version of The Nature Conservancy’s Climate Wizard interactive tool was featured today on Huffington Post in a piece by Climate Central’s David Kroodsma talking about the record-setting summer of 2011 and what the future holds.
A new film called Weathering Change tells the story of women struggling to care for their families as the climate changes around them.
Editor’s Note: The Nature Conservancy actually has two Babble.com “mominees” in the “Green” category — Sarene Marshall and Stephanie Wear. Below is a brief commentary by Marshall on why the “mominee” means something to her in the context of her work and her kids. Also check out the Conservancy’s Cool Green Science blog for a […]
Irene – worse than at first thought – could have been bigger.
American teens tell pollsters: we can solve climate change now.
The Nature Conservancy’s Frank Lowenstein – who leads the Conservancy’s program for utilizing nature to help people prepare for and adapt to climate change – has been selected by the U.S. Department of State to serve as a senior fellow for the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA).
The worst of Hurricane Irene has now passed, but if we ignore the threat of the climate storm scientists warn us about, the adverse impacts can be expected to last for generations.