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Workgroup releases report on riparian carbon
Final report of the American Southwest Carbon Marketplace Workgroup provides recommendations on carbon finance for riparian restoration
Biophilia Foundation releases new report on collaboration in the Sky Islands
A new report from the Biophilia Foundation includes information about the organizations and agencies that are active in the Sky Islands, an inventory of recent and current multi-organization collaborative efforts, and a list of spatial planning processes that prioritize locations for their ecological value and/or threats they face.
Monarch Overwintering Population Count Results for 2021-22
The 2021-22 Eastern Monarch Population Count increased from the prior year but remains a small fraction of what is needed to secure wild populations.
Biophilia in the Works
Read more about the psychology of biophilia and its implications in this month’s issue of Follow the Cairns.
Restoring the Chesapeake Bay
The Chesapeake Bay is among the greatest ecological treasures of North America. Environmentalists have advocated restoration for decades. What makes restoring the Chesapeake Bay so difficult?
Hope in the Age of Humans, A Call to Action including Voting!
This piece was originally posted on www.rewilding.org We encourage folks to read other articles from their site. Hope in the Age of Humans, A Call to Action including Voting! By Kim Crumbo While there’s life, there is hope. Stephen Hawking Unless someone like you...
Migration Barriers Threaten Wildlife
Manmade Barriers Threaten Wildlife Migration Manmade barriers to migration jeopardize one of the great wonders of the natural world. Migration is a critical part of many species' life cycles. But barriers such as fences, roads, dams, and windmills can have a...
Weavers in The Age of Restoration
Weavers in the Age of Restoration: The Beginnings of an Ecological And Social Renaissance I recently read a much needed uplifting opinion piece by David Brooks titled “A Nation of Weavers: The social renaissance is happening from the ground up.” In it, Brooks...
US Department of Defenses Prepares for Climate Change
The United States Department of Defense Prepares for Climate Change As the climate warms, ice caps melt, sea levels rise, and the weather becomes more unstable, the United States Department of Defense is preparing for climate change. They are acknowledging that...
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