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Even in urban environments, nature provides valuable services for people.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: Wetlands and Buffer Zones"
Photographer Keith Ellenbogen goes under the waves to document the strange beauty of California’s kelp forests.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: Diving in an Underwater Forest"
One photographer continues on a mission to document some of the world’s most important coastal ecosystems.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: California’s Elkhorn Slough"
The people of Hawaii have a special relationship with the sea. Hawaiians: Eat more than twice as much seafood, per
Continue reading "Hawaiian Fisheries Program Marks CI’s First Conservation Project in the U.S."
As the United Nations climate talks continue here in Cancun, I heard some disappointing news this morning from back home
Continue reading "What’s the Price of Climate Security?"
Today the lead climate negotiators from the United States and China are meeting behind closed doors to see how they
Continue reading "In Cancun, U.S. and China Have Long Overdue Climate Discussion"
Last month, NOAA-Fisheries, the U.S.’s fisheries management agency, took bold steps to ban the importation of shrimp from Mexico and
Continue reading "Are your shrimp turtle-friendly?"
A small group of Senators are introducing legislation to block the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases, reported Juliet Eilperin in
Continue reading "I Say It Is The Moon That Shines So Bright"
When I come back from vacation, I generally have a lot of unread emails and a very thirsty plant waiting
Continue reading "Make 2010 the Year of Climate Legislation in the U.S."