Conservation

English Scientists Confirm the Link Between Global Warming and Heavy Rainfall

The Independent has the story: It’s official: the heavier rainfall in Britain is being caused by climate change, a major new scientific study will reveal this week, as the country … Read more

Global Warming in Greenland, DAY 2

Global Warming in Greenland, DAY 1

Fjieldbanken: Mirrored Beauty of the Night

The natural mirrored beauty of the "fjieldsbanken"  at the mouth of the Jakobshavn fjord in the Disco Bay at midnight can be absolutely breathtaking. This is the most active iceberg … Read more

Fishing from Dog Sleds

Ilulissat, Greenland: The Ilulissat harbor is 250km north of the Arctic Circle. Perched above the ice-infested harbor are hundreds of wonderfully maintained, multicolored homes dotting the rocky hills. Rugged hillsides … Read more

Lifting the Fog over Greenland

Ilulissat, Greenland: We are on the world’s largest island that happens to hold the second largest reservoir of frozen fresh water on the planet. More than 80 percent ice covered, … Read more

In the Greenhouse: Confronting a Changing Climate

The National Wildlife Federation recently worked with experts at the Duke Nicholas Institute who  modelled a 2% per year global warming pollution reduction pathway.  The result of Duke’s work is … Read more

Scientists Detail Cost of Global Warming

The Union of Concerned Scientists recently presented a report detailing the consequences of climate change on the economy, tourism industry, coastline and agricultural production in the Northeast.  For example, Boston … Read more

Students Motivated to Fight Global Warming

Students across the country are being motivated to reduce global warming. Read the full story here. Read more

Keep the Momentum Going

I’ve been hearing great stories from my friends and colleagues this week, especially the younger ones, about how much they enjoyed and were motivated by the Live Earth Concerts on … Read more