Pine Island Sanctuary & Audubon Center Director, Robbie Fearn believes coastal resilience efforts must address nature & humanity, & need community support
Environmental educators face increasing pressure to provide students with the education, tools, and opportunities to overcome the threat of climate change.
As stewards of the earth, we have an obligation to manage it wisely. The poor and disadvantaged are least likely to escape the effects of climate change.
Locals with deep roots in the Outer Banks face challenges of over-development and continual threats of ocean-front flooding and hurricane damage.
The Outer Banks is at the frontline of climate change. Subsidence and escalating sea level rise make this shoreline one of the most threatened in the US.
A revenue-neutral carbon fee is one strategy to drive change in the private market and to mitigate the detrimental effects of climate change.
The rest of the world will advance combating climate change by embracing alternative energy solutions that bring jobs & prosperity to their countries.
One of the primary responsibilities of human beings to is ensure the maintenance of that universal harmony and balance that is creation.
While the President told the world that “we’re getting out” of the international agreement, experts note that the US cannot simply walk away.