The Yellowstone River’s oil spill was the first in U.S. frozen water in two-plus decades.…Read More
POLL: MOST AMERICANS WANT POLITICIANS WHO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE…
This is a headline that caught my attention and the rest of my attention was taken by the story and poll. Candidates who are planning on running in 2016 might want to have a look at this too. It might give them some insight on how Americans overall are feeling about the environment they are living in, and what type of candidates are being looked at by the public when it comes to environmental issues.…
Last month I had the opportunity to discuss the dilemmas that India faces in tackling air pollution. A select audience of India’s most influential policy makers, scientists, academics and NGOs, hosted by National Geographic, convened to debate the challenge of meeting India’s rising demand for energy at the same time as addressing the growing threat of climate change.
At current rates, the global population is increasing by 200,000 people a day. By 2050, 75% of the world’s 9 billion people will be living in cities, up from 50% today.…Read More
For decades, the Forest Service has disregarded its legal responsibility to manage snowmobiles sustainably. In 2013, a federal court ruled that the Forest Service was violating an executive order on off-road vehicle management and ordered the agency to fix this violation.
The Yellowstone River oil spill raises drinking water alarms but is unlikely to affect Yellowstone National Park.…Read More