- Mar 8
UN High Seas Treaty Reached
On the heels of last year's historic climate and biodiversity conservation agreements--multinational agreements to slow the climate's...
- Mar 3
The Climate Crisis is a Water Crisis
A n article published in The Proceedings of the National Academies of Science lays out a developing cycle resulting from increasing...
- Mar 1
Indigenous Peoples as Protectors
It's been said that forests are the lungs of the planet. Saving the Earth's tropical and temperate forests is an essential element in...
- Feb 2
Legend Keepers receives award
In the Feathered Quill national book awards competition, the second novel in the Legend Keepers series, The Partnership, won first place...
- Jan 30
Going, going, gone
The world's glaciers are frozen reservoirs of water that sustain nearly 2 billion people worldwide. As glaciers melt away, so do the...
- Jan 1
Just hanging on ...
A bit of good news in the New Year. The most recent gathering of the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montreal produced a...
- Dec 15, 2022
For Young and Old Alike
If you're like me and haven't yet finished your Christmas shopping, here's an idea. Get those readers in your life who like a good...
- Dec 2, 2022
A phenomenon known and ceremonialized for thousands of years by Australia's Aboriginal people is receiving scientific interest. A paper...
- Nov 10, 2022
Tasmania or bust!
Birds have always fascinated us. We mere mortals are enamored by their colors, behavior, song, and diversity. Most of all, perhaps, we...
- Oct 24, 2022
Where did all the critters go?
I've written several blog posts earlier this year about the continuing loss of Earth's biodiversity. Not a happy subject. Yet, as with...