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Recent News

  • Taking Big Oil to Court For ‘climate homicide’ Isn’t as Far-fetched as it Sounds
  • No Birdsong, No Water in the Creek, No Beating Wings: How a Haven For Nature Fell Silent
  • Who’s Afraid of a 300-mile Transmission Line That Could Help Decarbonize the Southeast?
  • FEMA is Making an Example of This Florida Boomtown. Locals Call it ‘revenge politics.’

Octopuses Are Highly Intelligent. Should They Be Farmed for Food?

A Spanish company is aiming to factory farm octopuses for their meat, contending that it would help conserve the creatures in the wild.

Silence And Wonder: Rachel Carson And The Power Of Words

“Nothing in science has any value to society if it is not communicated.” – Anne Roe, 1952

Black History is More Than a Month

I wrote this photo essay in 2019 about the growing danger of the disappearance of Black history, of environmental justice, and of the wonderful wildlife in the rivers and estuaries of historic Eastern Shore, Maryland, because of climate change, sea-level rise, and the need for more Americans to take action.

US Approves Orsted’s Sunrise Wind Offshore Wind Farm to Power New York Homes

The announcement was the latest positive development for the project.

The Downballot Races That Could Transform Energy Policy in Arizona and Nebraska

The energy future of fossil-fuel dependent Phoenix could be reshaped by some clean-energy advocates.

Rachel Carson’s Legacy in West Virginia

Mackenzie Kirschbaum, M.S., the Rachel Carson Council’s Associate Director of Campus and Civic Engagement, was a featured speaker at West Virginia University (WVU).