After almost a month of planning and development, our new site will finally be launching this Wednesday (January 17th).
A Tree-mendous Resolution
I have a suggested resolution that requires little to no work and results in a healthier environment: the purchase of a real Christmas tree for the next holiday season.
This week Donald Trump announced his decision to reduce two Utah national monuments, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, by a combined 2 million acres.
GMOS: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
While there has been much concern about the health and environmental risks of genetically modifying our food, scientific evidence suggests that GMOs are perfectly safe to consume and do not damage the environment any more than traditional alternatives.
What Will You Be Thankful For?
It is a Thanksgiving tradition to say what you are thankful for and this year I invite you to be unique by giving thanks to one of 2017’s environmental success stories.
From the Farm Gate to Your Dinner Plate
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of talking to Professor David Kanter - an expert on nitrogen pollution, food security, and sustainable development - about an environmental issue we should undoubtedly be considering when we talk about food waste: nitrogen pollution.
A couple of pics from the amazing and slightly life-threatening "hike" we went on yesterday.
Be Loyal to Those Who Protect the Soil
Soil erosion limits the ability of soils to hold water and nutrients, which impacts both the quality and quantity of crop yields.
Oops They Did It Again!
Scientists at S.U.N.Y-ESF have discovered a way to restore the American Chestnut through genetic engineering.
“And Up Through The Ground Came A Bubblin Crude”
Oil spills can contaminate aquatic food and water sources, cause air pollution, and direct contact with skin may cause irritations.