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Dr. David Suzuki, photo courtesy of the David Suzuki Foundation

David Suzuki Receives Award for Science

4/7/2014 // By Eva Roben

“In the short term, we must realize that we have better ways to create jobs and build the economy than holding an ‘everything must go’ sale on our precious resources . . . Our highest priorities must be the air […] Read more >

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Rosemary Mosco’s Hilarious Comics Blend Nature, Science and Fun

10/28/2013 // By Danielle Brigida

There’s something magical about learning and laughing at the same time – especially around nature and wildlife. Visiting Rosemary Mosco’s website or Facebook page encourages both with great success.  She’s a refreshing blend of comic artist and educator, mixing the often disparate worlds […] Read more >

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Twenty-Five Years in the Mud: How a Quirky Little Fish Changed My Life

3/21/2013 // By Guest Author

Sometimes it is the smallest things that are life-changing: the simple act of placing four little fish in a bucket led to over 25 years of research and insights into the remarkable life of a very unusual fish. Read more >

Initiating Sustainability through the Production of Biodiesel Fuels

3/8/2013 // By Eriqah Foreman-Williams

In the not too distant future, Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) lawn mowers and yard equipment could be powered by biodiesel fuels produced from cooking oils used in the College’s snack bar. PCC is taking the lead in promoting sustainability and […] Read more >

A Great Week for Momentum on Climate

2/15/2013 // By Adeline Rolnick

We all know that climate change is the single largest threat facing wildlife.  And it’s getting worse: the 12 hottest years on record have all occurred in the last 15, extreme weather events are on the rise, and the disastrous  […] Read more >

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NH Scientists Speaking Up

12/29/2011 // By Amanda Staudt

Today, 50 scientists from New Hampshire released a letter urging candidates for public office to: “acknowledge the overwhelming balance of evidence for the underlying causes of climate change, to support appropriate responses to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases, and […] Read more >

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A Rat in Need is a Friend Indeed

12/9/2011 // By Mekell Mikell

It’s good when a rat has your back. In a series of tests, a majority of rats ignored tempting chocolate goodies in order to free other cagemates. After the rodent rescue, the critters shared the sweet treats with each other. […] Read more >

Climate Deniers Champion Persecution, Not Proof

10/3/2011 // By Larry Schweiger

While we no longer literally burn scientists at the stake, they still face persecution for upsetting the apple cart. Read more >

Will Someone Finally Ask If News Corp. Was Behind Hacked Climate Emails?

8/1/2011 // By Larry Schweiger

It’s been frustrating that for all the rightful attention paid to The News of the World phone hacking scandal, virtually no journalist has been willing to ask if News Corp.’s lawbreaking extended into email hacking. Read more >

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Is There a Concerted Effort in Congress to Wipe Out Environmental Education Funding?

7/28/2011 // By Patrick Fitzgerald

At first glance it seemed to me that environmental education spending cuts in Congress must be symptomatic of the broader trend to reduce federal spending in light of our nation’s deficit.  But looking at the bigger picture over the last […] Read more >